Other Kink Techniques
Other Kink Technique Workshops by Wintersong
This level class will cover how to play “safer” with blood, and techniques that involve blood. We’ll cover the vital points of cross contamination procedures, blood safety, cleanup, dungeon courtesy, and good tools to have in your kit. We’ll also talk about techniques specifically for “playing” with blood in scene safely, whether blood is the point, or merely a byproduct of your play.
Sex that Hurts
Genitorture and fucking are rarely put together, at least in that order. We’re going to talk about techniques and practices for combining CBT or twat torture with various forms of good old fashioned, orgasm inducing activities like intercourse, oral sex, and “hands on” stimulation. Join us to discuss the do’s, the don’ts, and the didn’t know you could’s of “Sex That Hurts.”
Basic Kink Techniques Overview & Exploration
In this interactive workshop we’ll discuss the reasons why people enjoy a variety of kinky activities, as well as cover basic strategies for doing them safely and properly. Attendees will then have an opportunity to try out flogging, paddles, some basic restraint techniques, and sensation play for themselves or with a parter.
Intermediate Kink Techniques Overview & Exploritoration
This interactive workshop covers some of the more involved activities found in the kink/bdsm scene. After a discussion of why people enjoy these various techniques and how to do them safely and effectively, participants will have a chance to try wax play, violet wand play, canning, and fire cupping.
Advanced Kink Techniques Overview & Exploritoration
This workshop contains more advanced material for people interested in pushing the boundaries in their exploration of kink/bdsm. Topics discussed and demonstrated with include basic needleplay, urethral sounding, and punching play. The discussion portion will include why people choose these techniques, how to do them as safely as possible, and ways to extract the most enjoyment/use out of them.
“Gunplay” Mindfucking Done Hot & Safe (only offered in New Hampshire and reciprocal states)
Guns are scary, and that’s a good thing. Disrespect a gun even once and you or someone else can wind up injured or dead. But for many of us, that also makes the idea of playing with them incredibly hot. However gunplay done wrong can be disastrous. Moreover, many of us may not have access to firearms or want to use our weapons as toys, and the idea of gunplay is highly controversial in the BDSM community. This class will look three different tools for building scenes around gunplay: Stripping actually firearms and using separated components that are harmless on their own. Using toys and replicas in place of actual guns. And finally, using everyday objects as stand-ins during scenes by comparing various household items to the real firearm component they are supposed to stand in for. We will also discuss what makes a hot scene and how to know when and where to “draw the line” for both physical and emotional safety.