Its a Trap! Playful Scenes & Non-bondage Predicaments w/ Stefanos & Shay
This isn't always serious work we do! Predicaments are all about getting between the proverbial rock and hard place (and laughing as your partner is flummoxed by their situation); playful BDSM is about giggling together in scene, with bottom and top both participating creating the torment. This class will show you how to bring a different level of engagement to your BDSM play and go beyond giving and receiving sensations -- create storylines and connect mentally with your partner.
Stefanos & Shay will also address both the top and bottom's perspective, including communicating within the mood of your scene and discussion of bratting.
Leave your rope bag at home -- this is NOT a bondage class! In addition to demonstrating many specific predicaments and games, Stefanos & Shay will discuss this type of play in a broad sense to guide you in developing your own unique scenes.
Stefanos & Shay are a vivacious, unconventional D/s couple whose entertaining, information-packed classes have been called "better than a Vegas act. Shay is the author of Tying & Flying, the first-ever book on self-suspension; Stefanos is the CEO of Bondage-a-Go-Go and Steward of The Upper Floor on Kink.com. They identify as pansexual polyamorous playsluts, purveyors of perversion, and alliteration fetishists! In between traveling internationally to present and perform, they are based in San Francisco, where they host over 60 events a year (including BENT, Twisted Windows, Self-Suspension Open Space, & Bondage-a-Go-Go) and were named King & Queen of Pervert's Prom in 2006!
Please note that the Wicked Grounds Annex space at 293 8th St is ADA friendly once upstairs, but stairs are the only means of ingress and egress to the Wicked Grounds Annex space. If you have any questions, please message the event organizers and we will do our best to answer them!
Wicked Grounds Annex (View)
293 8th St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|