Navigating public play as an independent bottom requires excellent communication skills, presents unique challenges, as well as its share of pitfalls. This lively, interactive workshop will discuss basics like negotiation and aftercare. But will also address: how to get your service needs met, outsourcing Dominance, packing your own dungeon bag, and choosing good Tops to play with. This will be a facilitated guided discussion for those who have experienced being an independent bottom!
Ruby is an“intensity-slut”, an experienced bottom and masochist, and a service-oriented slave with a heart for community and a proclivity for intelligent discussion. She believes that kink is best enacted in community, that people on the right side of the slash should talk to and support each other. Her workshops are designed to challenge participants to think grow and articulate their own journey.
Satyricon Wisconsin meetings run from 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM. Social time is from 2:30-3:00 PM, meeting announcements start at 3:15, featured presentation starting at the conclusion of announcements. Dinner will be held at a local restaurant, announced at the meeting. All members are invited to come sit and share a meal with us at that time. If you haven’t attended Satyricon in the last 3 years, we ask that you complete a membership form upon arrival to indicate that you understand the purpose and guidelines of our group. We also do this to maintain our status as a state-registered non-profit charity.
Donations gladly accepted via cash or credit card at the event. We are also registered on Amazon Smile https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-3571150 .
The Freyja Project, who maintain the lovely space we use for all of our meetings, will be hosting GRIND! at around 7 PM. You do not have to be a member of the Freyja Project to attend any Satyricon Wisconsin meetings, but if you intend to attend GRIND! the evening of the meeting then you will need to either have a monthly membership, or buy your guest pass/ticketby Friday night at 11:59 pm. See https://thefreyjaproject.org/ for more information about membership and access to play events.