How do we best integrate these lessons of self discovery and personal efficacy into all the spaces we occupy?
In this presentation, we will discuss authority exchange and kink as an intentional vehicle for exploration of our own vulnerabilities and strengths, teaching us more successful and rewarding ways to dwell in our authenticity.
Often times, due to valid reasons of safety and anonymity, we compartmentalize our kink and vanilla spaces, keeping them separate as a means to protect and maintain both worlds.
However, transformative power dynamics and kink can transcend the boundaries of our bedrooms, dungeons, and hotel rooms, enriching and elevating our everyday lives. Weekend scenes and kink conferences can become a launching point for deeper transformation, rather than just an “escape.” Our diverse and unique kink practices can empower and transform us, both within and beyond our personal kink spaces.
About the instructors:
Sir Quill and His Mercy have over 35 years combined experience as educators in higher education and the outdoor industry respectively, specializing in cultural & gender studies, leadership development, and risk management. Sir Quill is a polyam Dom and academic; Mercy is a polyamorous pandemisexual switch. Together, they explore the intellectual, emotional, and practical aspects of kink and transformational authority exchange, while challenging people to understand how their identities and power are connected to their vulnerabilities.
Class skill level: All
Class format: Lecture with audio/video presentation
Participant Materials: None
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