Foundation for Sex Positive Culture presents:
Sir Dart in Seattle!
Three workshops with the host of Dart's Domain Podcast.
Saturday, August 20 at 5pm; Sunday August 21 at 4pm & 6:30pm
Join Dart for three workshops over the weekend of August 20-21! Bondage for the Male Body on 8/20 at 5pm, Bondage Bullfighting on 8/21 at 4pm, and "Damn...I F@%KED UP!" on 8/21 at 6:30pm.
Dart's interest in leather and BDSM play can be traced as far back as his early childhood years, citing a huge fascination with what was being done to Robin on the Batman television series…and to the furry cowboys on Gunsmoke. When other boys were caught with porn magazines under their beds…Dart was caught with a roll of duct tape. Since then he has developed an immense passion for rope bondage, not to mention the men he likes to tie up with it. Dart began his leather journey as a collared boy and gradually developed into the dominant he is today. He believes in the importance of “balance” when exploring one’s dominant and submissive side in play, and that great benefit can come from experiencing both elements. Dart’s kinky interests in addition to rope bondage include puppy play and training, chest and gut punching, and most recently, fire play. He sees himself as "proudly New Guard" because he feels that what is most important is not what happened in the past but what is happening NOW, and that our sexual self-expression should not be hindered by rigid or judgmental 'rules' from our past. Among the cities, organizations and events Dart has presented in include sitting on the educational board for Mr. Leatherman Toronto, Spring Iniquity in Houston, Thunder in the Mountains in Denver, GEARED Ireland in Dublin, Leather Pride in Amsterdam, and the Rome BDSM Conference. This November he will be presenting at the very first BDSM conference in Budapest, Hungary. He also hosts his own leather podcast program on ITunes, called Dart’s Domain. He shares his life with his husband, Bart.
You can visit Dart's website, with podcasts: www.sirdart.com
This event is 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.