Friday August 16, 2013 | 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Presented by Randi & Zed
Friday August 16, 2013 – doors open at 7:30pm
Programs begins at 8:00pm
What does it mean to be a top or a bottom? How do I find a play partner who is a good match for me? How do I find a date at a play party? What if I’m a bottom who is learning to top?
“Topping and Bottoming: Finding Your Groove” is a class designed to help you find your inner top or bottom, then find a date and keep the energy hot for your scene.
Please join Randi and Zed for a program that is part discussion, part demonstration and part presentation. We’ll start with definitions of terms, discuss ways to meet play partners, review negotiation strategies, explore ways to create a hot scene and wrap up with after care. There will be demos to illustrate main points and time for discussion as well.
Beginners and seasoned players are encouraged to attend this program to share experiences and strategies.
“In any S/M exchange there is a sharing of power – the bottom lends [her] power to the top for the duration, the top adds power, and together they make a lot of voltage. The top gets to wield all this power, a form of extreme empowerment that is exciting, thrilling, hot, erotic, and, as we said before, very, very sexy.” From Dossie Easton and Janet Hardy’s The New Topping Book
Randi – evil Top, sweet Daddy, and dirty Uncle.
Randi identifies as a leather dyke who is butch and gender queer. She is a top who was drawn to BDSM to make her sadistic and dirty fantasies come true. A member of The Exiles, she has been exploring kink and leather for about six years. She has more than 20yrs of experience teaching and facilitating in her professional life, now bringing those skills to a BDSM context.
Zed – Queer. SadoMasochist. Girl.
Zed identifies as a sadoMasochist (heavy on the masochist). Loud, proud member of San Francisco girls of Leather and volunteer coordinator for SF Citadel. She has been various places and done various things. Most of all, she really hopes you have awesome scenes!
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Location: Center for Sex and Culture