When Being Wrong Feels so Right!
What is it about Taboo play that gives so many of us such a delicious thrill? Why is it that BDSM players desire the exploration of the darker sides of play, wanting to embrace what most people would consider to be deeply disturbing or even morally wrong? How do we keep ourselves as well as our partners safe when delving into those aspects that, although we are curious about, may also leave us vulnerable or that we ourselves find to be disturbing? In this class we will discuss these things and more. Topics will include archetypes as they pertain to edge play, kinds of taboo play, pre-care and aftercare. This class is geared towards all orientations and levels of experience.
Keri Leigh identifies primarily as a switch who leans more towards the Top side when it comes to play. She writes the monthly column, "Kink in the City" in kink-e-zine.com and was a contributor to the SOJ newsletter, Growing Pains. Keri presented at NWLC, KinkFest, Folsom Fringe and IMsL 2012 as well as for other organizations including Society of Janus, SmOdessey, The Looking Glass, and the Big Pink House. She is a Member of the San Francisco Girls of Leather and is currently on the Public Relations Committee for the San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance. Keri is the co-hostess of the Taboo Party as well as the Program Director at the SF Citadel and presents on subjects including Cock Worship, D/s Dynamics, Age Play, Pain Processing, PreCare, Body Image and Humiliation Play. She continues to be amazed at the potential for growth and healing in BDSM and sees Leather as being part of her Spiritual Path.