Friday, May 2, 2008

Education Program for Leather Pride Week, Sydney

Sydney Leather Pride Association is planning some some interesting educational workshops as part of this year's Leather Pride Week.

The following is xposted from FelixforSLPA Edu via SydBdsm ("an ADULTS ONLY mailing / discussion list for the Sydney, NSW, Australia kink/fetish and related community" - worth joining if you want to make contacts in the Sydney kinky community). The Sydney Leather Pride Association website will hopefully be updated to include details soon:
  • Sunday 18th May CBT part 2 5pm-7pm presented by Bob Moore continuing on from last year's incomplete session. Think of it as CBT the Sequel, with a very full couple of hours planned by Mr Bob to demonstrate all manner of interesting and complex things you can do to the C & B! This is an advanced session but if you have never perhaps you should come just to see.Bring an open mind.
  • Wednesday 28 May Dungeon 101 7pm-9pm presented by Bob Moore not only the real basics, but all the things you probably know and maybe forgot or even sometimes think 'I don't need to do that anymore'. Well actually, care and caution is required at all skill levels so if you did not come last year it's time for a refresher.This session is for players of all levels, novice, beginner, intermediate and advanced. Anyone with care or concern for themselves and their play partners will benefit.
  • Thursday 5 June 'More Rope Skills' 7-9pm presented by Tonbi (during Leather Pride Week) Aurora continue improving your collected rope skills of top and bottom. Tonbi is compiling a series of rope structures to build on the basics and strengthen your skills. Bring 2 lengths of rope : short & long (approx 3m and 6m), wear comfy clothes and be ready to tie.Open to all comers with an interest in restraint. Attendance at Dungeon 101 is advised.
Please email to reserve a spot.
Costs and venue information upon rsvp.
Please note workshop attendance is open to all genders.

Note from Ms160: I'll add more details as further workshops are confirmed.

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