Women-Owned Fetish Space. 35 Years of BDSM Experience.
Sub Rosa is the kinky brainchild of Mistress Viola and Princessa Natasha Strange – two professional dominants with a passion for building community. If you are interested in their services, please contact them directly by following the links below.
Natasha Strange has been playing professionally for 25 years, specializing in creative sadistic escapism. Offering sessions in a wide variety of disciplines, she has cultivated a deep understanding of what draws people to kink. Miss Strange loves deep and longer term relationships with submissives above all, so she can truly invade their brain and bring their kinks to life. She believes that most people who indulge in kink and BDSM are searching to fulfill emotional needs. As a dominant she uses those emotional goals as a guide when addressing physical desires.
She is well known for her love of sissification and emasculation, and loves to transform macho men into her sissified playthings. Few things bring her more joy then spanking, caning or whipping a pantied masculine ass.
When not tormenting her adoring submissives, she is a BDSM coach and and kink educator helping destigmatize non-standard sexual desires. She is the author of a BDSM primer for adults who are curious about kink called Kinky Sex Tips for Curious Girls: A BDSM Activity Book for Beginners. It’s full of color pages, geeky puns, fun activities, puzzles and solid information about kink, consent and communication.
Mistress Viola has 10 years experience as a professional dominant, with her roots in a San Francisco house of domination. Over the last several years in Portland, she has been active couples coaching, teaching workshops, and hosting local femdom events, including the popular monthly parties at Sanctuary – 50 Shades of STFU and Quink.
Creating femdom community and safe spaces for submissives of every gender is near and dear to her heart. Sub Rosa has been a work in progress for many years, and she is so excited to keep the community growing, building stronger connections.
The Willamette Weekly recently featured her as one of the icons of the PDX kink community.