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Friday, August 11 • 10:00pm - 11:00pm
Developing Your Rope Risk Profile - brazenprofessor

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Developing your rope risk profile

Rope involves risk. Both the fibers we use and the people we tie with are imperfect. We can’t control everything that happens in a scene. But we can make informed choices about which types of risk we may be more willing, or entirely unwilling, to assume.

Risk profiles are highly individual creatures: what seems reasonable to one person may not make sense for another. Class participants will actively work through a framework identifying the various levels of risk involved with different types of ties and suspensions. The purpose of the class is to encourage participants to develop their individual risk profile, and to consider how that profile can function as a foundation for play and communication.

This class is taught from a bottom’s perspective, but will also be useful for tops interested in thinking through and developing a framework for what types of risk they are comfortable in engaging.

Though focused on rope-related risk, those interested in impact or edge play may also find the framework to be valuable in their kink activities.

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brazenprofessor is actively engaged in the Boston kink and rope communities, and has been 'power bottoming' for a year and a half. She trained in Muay Thai for six years, and had several fights on the amateur circuit until cartilage injuries put an end to high impact sport. Thoug... Read More →

Friday August 11, 2017 10:00pm - 11:00pm
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