Curious about commode play? You may think it gross, but it’s a very common fantasy surrounded by heaps of misinformation.
Reality-based toilet play - You may think it gross, but it’s a very common fantasy surrounded by heaps of misinformation. This presentation will examine the reasons behind the fascination for this kind of activities, the differences between fantasy and reality, and more easily manageable alternative forms of play. Then we are going to delve into the various ways people include bodily wastes into their BDSM repertoire and the actual medical risks of each one of them, to allow for really informed choices. The lesson will close with play and shopping tips.
Ayzad is a reformed journalist, a writer, and an alternative sexuality educator. He has been practicing kink for over 30 years now and Ayzad is the pseudonym under which in 2004 he wrote BDSM – A Guide for Explorers of Extreme Eroticism, where he collected everything he had learned from his studies of a truly endless topic. That manual became a best seller, starting collaborations with sexologists and scholars who drew him to extend his research to every form of unusual sexuality.
The results include five other books so far (four of them currently available in Italian only, sorry!), a podcast, a radio show, two video series, countless lectures and teaching collaborations. Today, education to ethical kink is Ayzad's full-time job. Among his attempts to make the world a nicer place he also launched The Sexual Explorers Manifesto initiative, and he is a coach helping people solve their unusual sexuality issues.
Ayzad.com was born to collect and share his daily discoveries about the lesser known aspects of sex, to have fun together and – as it always happens with these things – to better know ourselves. It is apparently working, given that he was listed among the world’s best sex bloggers.
Tickets: $15 - $35 in advance. Please pay at the level you can comfortably afford.
We offer a sliding scale, so that cost is not a barrier to attendance.
The regular ticket is $25. This is what most people should pay.
The $15 ticket is offered for those for whom the $25 ticket would be a barrier to participation. If $25 is too much, we take your word for it! Just pay $15.
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If cost is a barrier at any point on the sliding scale, please use the Volunteer List at the bottom of the listing to request a scholarship seat.
This will be a live, online class offered through Zoom. To participate, you will need to download the free, basic version of the Zoom app before the class! This class will not be recorded and is not available for later viewing.
Zoom now provides closed captioning which will be available for this event.