Exploring Extreme Role Play
A Workshop with Jim Duvall
Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 7pm
When: Tuesday, 3.29.16 / 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: FSPC Annex
Who: Anyone 18+ with ID
Cost: $25 Door / $18 Solo Advance; $32 Duo Advance; $50 Triad Advance
How to explore the fantasy of Abduction and Ravishment/Rape Play while supporting Consent Culture.
The last word in this title is the most important: "play". This class is about how to make this seemingly illegal and non-consensual activity in the outside world a part of our play. This is a daunting task that requires close examination of your physical, emotional, philosophical and social concerns of rape and abduction play. The questions we will explore are how far are we each willing to go for realism and/or how far are we willing to go for safety. I will talk about my previous play experiences as examples and give details on the ins and outs of negotiating and executing these hot scenes.
This workshop is limited to 30 people.
Please direct questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Educator:
Jim Duvall is a sexuality activist who teaches on a variety of topics from erotic photography to rope bondage all over North America. 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 a current Board member and past Board President for the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture.
Mr. 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. Currently, he works as a fine art photographer and practices hypnotherapy in Seattle WA.
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.