Phoenyx: Flesh & Fire by Morgana Blackrose
Old Berlin, the late 1970s. As a somewhat innocent and hopeful girl of twenty-one years old, Phoenyx applies for a job as a stripper in the Kitty Klub of Old Berlin, a venue with a long and respected history of adult entertainment. New in town and in need of rent money and friends, Phoenyx soon finds both among the other entertainers and regulars at the Klub – and much more besides. Along the way, she slides from one breathless erotic experience to the next: from her first lesbian and group encounters with the flirty Olivia, to her first taste of transgender sex with the feisty and fiery hermaphrodite Honey, Phoenyx experiences the full range of tease, love and lust, including a walk on the darker side of desire with her frustrated and dominant landlady, and passing encounters with just about anyone she takes a fancy to. All the while developing her on-stage persona as she gradually becomes the performer she’s always longed to be, thrilling her audiences and her colleagues alike. But as her ambitions are gradually realised, can she also find true happiness within the whirlwind world of adult cabaret – and whatever would her mother say if she found out about it all?