The Casting Couch

By Kendra Holliday | November 13, 2021

Queen Bee, by Hot Octopuss

I have many wonderful clients. One of my favorites is an older gentleman. We’ve been exploring together since 2013!

He’s sweet, considerate, brilliant, generous, respectful, easy going…I love him!

He greatly admires strong, intelligent women – for REAL, he’s not just saying that like so many other men do. His actions match his words.

We usually meet twice a month, alternating between talk and touch sessions. He’s the person I did the Orgasm Experiment with, and he’s a big fan of creative sex.

Usually, our sessions involve me taking on the role of a bossy, demanding woman, such as a stepmother or teacher or nurse. But every once in a while, he tries to get outside his comfort zone and he assumes the power position, such as creepy boss “Mr. Jones.”

Recently, he suggested this roleplay to me:

How about a scenario where you play an aspiring young actress being harassed by a Harvey Weinstein type? Can you stomach that? The casting couch wasn’t just a myth. LOL

I said sure! We set up a time, and he sent me this note:

I was very impressed with your audition videos and I think you are a promising prospect for the lead role in a romance-adventure movie. I’m looking forward to our meeting tomorrow to discuss the script and where we go from here.


Oh, the shame! 🙂

I went to his “hotel room” to meet with him. He acted all slimy and sociopathically “charming”.

As I sat on the couch, he excused himself to go to the bathroom to take a shower, due to his busy schedule, and when he came out, he was only wearing a towel around his waist!

It was so fun resisting his relentless wheedling and creepy advances. Sometimes, roleplay scenes can be very draining, but his sessions always feel fun and playful.

He did research for his role as Harvey. He asked me to give him a “harmless” massage, and used some of the lines he read in interviews, such as “C’mon, don’t embarrass me,” and “Don’t ruin your friendship with me for five minutes.”


When he finally ejaculated, I broke character by asking, “Should I get a potted plant for you to cum in?”

After our session, he sent me a note:

Thanks for being such a good sport today and putting up with “gross advances”. You definitely “earned” that movie contract!

Keep in mind that Harvey had multiple layers of coercion and defense I didn’t roleplay, and he got countless women stopped in his defense layers for many years. If you reported it to police and got a lawyer, he would have his lawyers threaten you with a countersuit, and then offer a Non Disclosure Agreement with $100,000-$500,000 settlement. But the women who signed those agreements often regretted it because they became trapped in the worst possible way — they couldn’t talk to anyone about what happened, which is psychologically the worst way to deal with a trauma. Technically, you weren’t even allowed to share it with a therapist.

Then if you went to the media, he tried to settle with an NDA, which again prevented you from telling your story to the media.

Then if the media was working on the story, he’d have another media buy the story exclusively, and then “kill it” by never publishing it, again leaving you with no permission to tell your story anywhere.

Then if you succeeded in getting the story out, he would threaten you with a defamation lawsuit, leaving you with the possibility of losing and having to pay Harvey if you couldn’t prove what was often not provable in the first place.

And if those things didn’t work, a company Harvey had hired to “manage” the situation would hire still shadier characters, sometimes burly guys with Russian accents and names like “Igor” to trail you around and intimidate you, without doing anything illegal.

Total psychological warfare.

He went on to say:

The session convinced me even more that I would never want to be Harvey Weinstein, even with all the money, fame, and success. It just seems like such a shallow pleasure, completely devoid of a mutual sharing of fun and positivity, humor, shared discovery and also the validation of having someone think you’re an honorable, trustworthy and kind person. And on top of that, every moment with an unwilling partner is an experience of personal rejection.

In short, it’s kind of a way of proving to yourself that you’re so pathetic that the only way you can have intimacy is by threatening women with the loss of their careers, and even then they are trying to reject you. It makes no sense to me.

I still feel there is much to learn. Thank you for being such a great teacher!

Hear, hear! I know Harvey is a narcissist and sociopath, but I truly don’t understand how some people can run around exploiting others, instead of lifting them up.

Thank goddess for the good humans in the world!


Mikej 2021-11-13 20:07:00

Very interesting blog. I for one couldn’t be that pathetic or abusive just to get what I wanted from a woman or anyone for that matter. Even in a roleplay situation. I think I could be dominant, but NOTHING like Harvy was. Great job playing that role, I can only imagine it may have still been a little tough. Knowing you, there is no way I could treat you that way even playing around and acting. Again, you have impressed me with your ability to act out a role, even one like this. Good job, Kendra. Your ability to teach us is amazing. Keep up the blogs and good work.


Hector 2021-11-25 08:52:18

This is off topic, but do you set as a rule a minimum age? I mean, how old was the youngest client you have accepted? Not that I’m underage, just curious!


    Kendra Holliday 2021-11-25 12:09:07

    Many women won’t see men under age 35 due to time wasting/financial reasons, but I’m open to seeing men 21 and up, as long as they can follow my guidelines/afford my services.


Brian 2022-01-11 14:22:45

You and what you do sound delightful. I can totally relate the the role play your older gentleman enjoys. I too would love a submissive experience. I find it so fascinating that most mature men want this. We live our entire lives the fighters, the rock and thats fine. However at this stage i would so love to experience something very similar to how you two play. Lets stay in contact


GenericUsername 2022-04-15 20:49:45

Now THIS makes me smile! Taking a character and twisting with a positive spin. Wait…..waitwaitwait… were the initials of this particular client “H. W.”? Is….is this a cry for help? Are you trying to say something without saying it? Blink once for yes.


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