Vintage Prometheus: May 1985

Did you know that TES had an anthem? Really! Our founder Pat Bond was also a musician, and, as you’ll see below, he adapted a Pride Parade chant into a full song— “The Better You Feel.” This issue was the Jack Jackson Memorial Anthology, honoring the...
Tie and Draw Adventures!

Tie and Draw Adventures!

TES periodically holds “Tie & Draw” events, where artists have the chance to sketch live models who are in rope or other bondage. Here are a selection of some amazing results, from both 2016 and 2017:

Vintage Prometheus: Fall/Winter 1995

This vintage Prometheus is a bit meta— TES founder Pat Bond used his column to share an older essay of his, so consider this its second resurrection. Check out how overtly political it is—  how he warns against fascism, violence, and how governments and power might...
‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’

‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’

Blink and you might miss it, but there’s a new movie that features not only a romantic triad, but a historical look at the importance of kink education. Anyone in one or more circle of that Venn Diagram of queer, polyamorous, and kinky absolutely needs...

Vintage Prometheus: Issue 7

In this first look into Vintage Prometheus, we bring you an editorial from Issue #7, from 1976. The author of this essay was Pat Bond, TES’s founder.  I won’t set it up too much, but his questions about guilt, community, and what it means to be in the...