screwup: BDSM for trans people, genderqueers and their friends, presents...
Flogging? Yes, flogging, really!
Friday, May 11, 2007 from 7:00 to 9:30 PM
New College of California in San Francisco, Room 22 (2nd Floor), 766 Valencia Street (near 18th Street), San Francisco
Well, now you have a flogger and…what do you do with it?
You might be surprised at the answers!! There are lots of things you can do with a flogger, and this class is going to show you exactly what those things are. We’re going to help you explore various flogging strokes, strike zones, ways to use a flogger sensually, warm ups, flogger materials and how to buy a flogger.
We’ll teach you the gamut from nice to nasty as far as technique. And we’ll discuss positioning the bottom for each method.
Bring a flogger if you have one. Domina will be bringing a few from her collection so you can see examples of well made equipment from different makers. So there will be a few available for borrowing.
Since this is a workshop, everyone gets to feel it and to try it. Bring a partner, or match up with someone at the class.
Domina, owner of the Frugal Domme Website, is a familiar sight in the Bay Area BDSM community. She started the Modesto Discussion Group, The Northern California Ladies Tea and Discussion Society, and several elists. She is an Emeritus member of the Dungeon Monitors Association Board of Directors, and teaches a lot of different classes in the bay area. She currently helps to organize the Petaluma Munch.
She identifies as a bisexual dominant, and lives in the woods near Forestville with her husband Lee and three very dominant cats.
screwup is for trans people, genderqueers and our friends. This event is open to all genders and will be held in Room 22 at the New College of California. Folks often go out for coffee or food afterwards, so come prepared...
$0-5 donation will be accepted to cover the cost of supplies and flyers. No one turned away. The New College of California is wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral bathrooms!
Spread the word by downloading, printing, and distributing flyers.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like us to arrange for an ASL interpreter, to get involved, make suggestions or with any other requests.
Directions to the New College of California
The MUNI BUS LINES 14, 22, 26, 33, and 49 all run within a few blocks of the New College of California, many run within 1 block. Also, BART runs within 3 blocks (exit at 16th and Mission Streets in SF).
Please use public transportation - parking near the New College of California is not easy.
If you do drive, please be considerate of the New College of California's neighbors and do not block driveways or park in blue or white zones.
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