Consensual Non Consent:  Playing with Edges Thursday May 2nd at 6:30 with Heather Elizabeth

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Consensual Non Consent:  Playing with Edges

Whether you're giving or receiving power the allure of 'total control' is strong, but in the realm of BDSM, can you ever have total control over someone?  How does consensual nonconsensual (CNC) kink play work?  Can we reasonable and responsibly remove enthusiastic consent from BDSM and feel okay about it? 

This practically focused class features information and discussion covering various ways CNC can appear, how it might benefit to our chosen power dynamics, and dig into the differences between CNC and abuse.  We'll talk frankly about how things can get risky in this realm and strategies to manage those risks. 

Please note, while this class will include some discussion of forced sex fantasies, it is not intended to be the primary focus on our time together.

Heather's bio:

Equal parts f-bombs and truthbombs, Heather’s experience, compassion and humour creates class spaces where people can open up and really sink into their learning.  They know that sexuality is fun, messy, and vulnerable, so at the end of the day, Heather is all about helping people have the conversation they need to have so they get down to having the sex they really want to be having.  

In addition to completing a Master of Education in Social Justice Education and Sexual Diversity Studies,  Heather roots her knowledge in years of field work having spent over a decade engaging in sexuality education and organizing in the kink community.  Their work is practically focused aiming to start conversations that honour the complexity of the world around them.  

She's passionate about sexual adventure, self-exploration, transformative learning, communication, and figuring out new ways to do better.  Her favourite side project is trying to taste every beer ever made -- even the gross ones.

Sugar is located in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood on the corner of 36th and Roland Ave. There is plentiful street parking.
For any questions or to schedule an ASL interpreter call the store at 410-467-2632. Sugar is accessible, please call upon arrival and we will immediately bring out the ramp to navigate the small step outside.
All participants receive 10% any purchases after the workshop!

Tickets may be refunded OR exchanged for store credit OR exchanged for credit for a future workshop up to 48 hours before the workshop. Within the 48 hour window, no refunds, credits or exchanges are given.

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