Dear curious ones,
I feel like this conversation I had about how ritual goes with sex and bdsm, with Barbara Carrellas and Cyndi Darnell, gives a good insight into what we regard as good sex. The way we use ritual in sex highlights a way that all those ideas about consent and communication can come together in a way that is smooth and supportive of good sex, rather than something that gets in the way.
And, perhaps needless to say, there are some cracker examples of our sex rituals.
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Kink 102 is coming up on March 25th, and the intermediate version of Fun Little Sex Games on March 26th (for those of you that have done the intro version, and are ready to drop in deeper).
At Curiosity, this weekend - sorry, no workshop for new people, so this is only relevant to folks that have already done the workshop - I'm adding in what should be a rather nice little feature. For those of you that want to participate, at nominated times throughout the night I'm going to pair you up with someone else, then give you a list of potential activities (that range from the entertaining and platonic, through to the very adventurous).
And also, early notice is that Celebrating Sexuality is coming up again on Nov 17 - 20th.
Hope you're enjoying being you, Rog.
Rog is the driving force behind Curious Creatures, and the main author of this sexuality blog in Melbourne. They were brought up white, middle-class, mostly heterosexual, and male. They now identify as kinky, tantric, polyamorous, queer, and very, very curious. Are you curious? Read more about Rog and Curious Creatures.