Want to add some spice to your sex life? Want to learn how to add fetish and bondage to your bag of blow job tricks? |
In this workshop, sexpert Madison Young will show you how to pervert your average house hold objects such as clothes pins, shower curtains, scarves, neck ties, and stockings. You will learn easy to use fellatio techniques that incorporate basic bondage, deep throating, sensation play, role play and even how to make a DIY glory hole. Get ready to learn techniques that will prepare you to gift long, luxurious oral worshipping of the cock. Learn how to talk to your lover about your kinky desires and how to build new levels of intimacy, trust, and connection.
This workshop is open to all regardless of gender, orientation, or relationship status.
Workshop attendees also get a 15% discount on any store merchandise while they're at the workshop.
Madison Young is a sex positive Tasmanian devil. This sexpert grew up in the suburban landscape of Southern Ohio before moving to San Francisco, California in 2000. Since then this mid-western gal has dedicated her days to facilitating safe space to dialogue on the topic of fringe identities and cultures as well as documenting healthy expression of sexuality. Young's breadth of work in the realm of sexuality spans from documenting our sexual culture in her feminist erotic films to serving as the Artistic Director of the forward thinking non-profit arts organization, Femina Potens Art Gallery. Young, values sexual education in her work and has taught workshops, lectures, and acted as a panelist on the topics of sexuality, feminism and pornography, and kink around the world including at Yale University, Hampshire College, University of Minnesota, and UC Berkeley. Her writings have been published in books such as "The Ultimate Guide to Kinky Sex", "Baby Remember My Name", "Rope, Bondage, and Power", and "In Soumises". Young's soon to be released memoir "Daddy" will be available in fall 2013 through Barnacle Books Publishing.
Wild At Heart (View)
1111 NW Leary Way
Seattle, WA 98107
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|