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Get Kinky

Get Kinky is a six-part community-organized series to introduce, learn, discuss and demonstrate what Kink is. This will be a safe environment for you no matter what your experience level with kink play is. We plan to have guest practitioners, experienced in some of the facets of kink and hope to make your experience fun, and informative.

The six sessions are:

Session One: Kink 101 | February 6:
Learn about what Kink is (fantasy v. reality), what interests people to practice it, and how you can get involved in kin play.

Session Two: Types of Kink Play | February 20:
Decode all the different acronyms used in the world of kink play, and learn about the different types of play as well as how to have kink fun with items you already have around the house.

Session Three: Roles, Rules and Responsibilities | March 5:
Explore the different roles involved in kink play, and discover the different responsibilities and considerations behind each role.

Session Four: Play and Safety | March 19:
Learn how to care for yourself and your partner and make sure that kink play is kept safe for everyone.

Session Five: Kink Play Etiquette | April 2:
Learn some universal kink play manners and find out about resources to expand your knowledge about kink etiquette.

Session Six: Kink Demos | April 16:
See live demonstrations from guest practitioners experienced in different facets of kink.

Learn more about Get Kinky and enrol to attend these new and exciting sessions at: checkhimout.ca/GetKinky

This group is open to self-identified men (trans, cis, and other men), two-spirit and non-binary folks who also identify as gay, bi, queer, asexual, and/or as guys who are into/or have sex with guys (for any reason – including for work).

Details

Date:
February 20
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

HIM Office
300 – 1033 Davie Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E1M7 Canada
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Phone:
604-488-1001


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