Want to support us getting into our new building and go to some sexy, rough workshops? Roughinamorato has graciously donated 3 workshops as perks for our IndieGoGo. The only way to get tickets for these workshops in September is to contribute to our campaign.
Smoke burns your eyes, you feel the hot ember nearing your skin, and you shudder at what might come next. You’re sitting at your Top’s feet, when they indicate a nice plump cigar ash on their boot… just for you. People walk by and wonder if your hair is on fire (even though you know it’s not).
Cigar play is slow and erotic, delightfully varied, from fear play to ritual branding, sensation play to beautiful sexy smokey images to actually singing hair off your bottom… even eating ash.
Nothing brings together so many possible elements: from high protocol to primal energy, power exchange to sensation play; so many choices await the cigar player. Come to this class to learn about the many forms of cigar play available to us, and see how they can be used as anything from casual play to intense scenes.
Boots are sexy; they’re heavy and strong, and the imagery of power that they evoke runs from the force of kicking to the mental aspect of being on the ground looking up. Whether the feet are clad in combat boots, lineman’s boots, high heels, or even bare, force and fetish meet up powerfully in our feet.
Come learn more about kicking (how, where, techniques and warnings), as well as stomping, trampling, and even a little about breathing restriction. We’ll also explore the headspace of bottoming to boots, from worship to fear and intimidation.
Bondage can be mean, but let’s make it meaner! We’ll take a little time looking at some common ties and new approaches to making them meaner, both in approach, attitude, and techniques. Beyond the tie, let’s remember that there are lots of things to do with rope – lots of awful, mean, wonderful things – that have nothing to do with bondage, and we’ll explore some of them. Floggers, whips, cudgels, gags, and a quick run-through of the patented (not really) Roughinamorato Ropefist.
Bring your rope. If you already know how to tie a TK that’s great, but if you don’t know what a TK is that’s fine too – you’ll still learn some good (terrible) stuff. Attendees should bring rope if they would like to practice or follow along.