Foundation for Sex Positive Culture presents:
Tie Me To The Bedpost, Please!
A Bedroom Bondage Basics workshop by Jim Duvall
Sat, Apr 11, 2015 at 7pm
Restraining your partner or being restrained can be a very erotic, sexy and sensual experience. Getting them tied up in a safe and still sexy manner can be a challenge. In this class we will explore a myriad of ways to restrain your partner safely and explain why some of the common methods are not. There will be sexy demos, explanations of common and not so common ways to tie someone down. And ideas on what to do with them once they are tied. For the recipients of bondage there will be explanations of how to turn your fantasy into an effective reality. Please bring an open mind and be ready to explore and have fun.
Basic Bondage Kits for $25 include rope, pallet wrap and other things you will learn how to use in the class! Available only for advance purchase.
Cost at the door: $30
Questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Educator:
Jim Duvall began his career as an erotic photographer in the early days of the World Wide Web when he started janesguide.com with his former partner. He provided content for many online endeavors including bondage.com. His art has been shown at the Seattle Erotic Art Festival and many other art festivals around North America. He helped start The Betty Pages, an LGBT magazine, and was a writer and photographer for the magazine for 5 years.
As a sexuality activist Mr. Duvall has volunteered for many organizations over the years. He is a founder of the Center for Sex Positive Culture (CSPC) and the Seattle Erotic Art Festival. He is a past President and Board member of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom and CSPC and the current President of the Board for the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture.
Jim Duvall teaches on a variety of topics from erotic photography to rope bondage all over North America. Currently he works as a fine art photographer and practices hypnotherapy in Seattle WA.
A workshop presented by the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture. Please go to TheFSPC.org for more information.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Sex Positive Culture