Foundation for Sex Positive Culture presents:
Right Bondage, Right Bottom
Matching Your Bondage to Your Partner
Sun, Jan 3, 2016 at 3pm
This workshop starts with the different ways bottoms respond to bondage, and then works backwards to technique.
We'll start off with a series of demos showing different types of bondage scenes. We'll pull volunteers out of the audience for this portion of the workshop.
As we exit the scenes, we'll ask the bottoms to talk about their experience and how the specific elements of the bondage impacted them physically, mentally and emotionally.
After a short break Max will present a model for categorizing bondage bottoms and will facilitate a panel discussion on the bottom's experience in bondage scenes. We'll be sure to leave plenty of time at the end for questions and discussion.
This workshop is designed to help tops craft scenes that are more satisfactory and more impactful to the bottom.
It's also designed to help bottoms understand what works for them and why. Plus - you might get tied up!
If you are looking for a "beyond technique" bondage workshop, this is for you. Hearing what's going on in someone's head when they're bound will make you a more capable bottom and a more creative top.
This workshop assumes no previous bondage experience, and is appropriate for all genders and orientations.
Cost at the door: $40
Attendance is limited to 60 people.
Questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Educator:
Max has been active in Seattle's kink community since 1992 and has been teaching bondage, BDSM, and polyamory workshops since 1999. He's actively and successfully polyamorous and has several wonderful long-term partners. While he is proficient with a wide range of BDSM skills, Max especially enjoys the intimacy of rope bondage.
Please refer to Max's web site, www.BondageLessons.com, for detailed information about this workshop, other upcoming workshops, or private instruction.
This workshop is produced by the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture, producer of the Seattle Erotic Art Festival. Please go to TheFSPC.org for more information.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Sex Positive Culture.