BDSM newbies; listen and learn…

 

Lord Saxnot delivered both the BDSM for Beginners and the BDSM Etiquette classes entirely in French as the majority of our attendees happened to be francophone. This was both a positive and welcomed surprise.

I’m so very happy to say that we welcomed three new people, one of which was very nervous and uncertain about how to get back into the BDSM community after being out for an extremely long time and wonderfully changed her feelings by the end, and two others were vanilla folk who had come simply to learn more. One was in disbelief as to why anyone would want to be into BDSM and while she didn’t change her mind by the end, she did have a better understanding and perhaps less judgement. The other was definitely intrigued and I am certain we will see her again.

I’m happy with the kinds of questions that were asked and Stephen’s great job of guiding newbies into the right kinds of habits before getting into things too deeply. Some of them are safety calls, asking for and checking references, and though a simple concept one that is not used as well as should be, nothing ever needs to be done immediately. Take your time!

I’d like to extend a special thanks to Luscious for her regular attendance at almost all the workshops lately. It is so nice to see you and know that you are eagerly enjoying all the centre has to offer. Not to mention running a wonderful group (Dark Imaginings)!

– Contessa Alura

Posted on March 22, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Errr… where can I buy that Bondage me Elmo doll?

    seriously!

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