Bondage Workshops in Bristol

Victoria is an active member of Knot your Friend. She also belongs to both the LGBTQ+ and Kinky communities. She started giving bondage workshops in Bristol to teach people how to try out bondage safely. Her motivation to organize bondage events and courses came from the feeling that there were not enough spaces where the LGBTQ+ and Kinky communities could overlap and share interests.

Victoria believes that BDSM tends to be too straight-oriented. That’s why she decided to create a space led by females, and where queer people felt comfortable. She wanted to create a safe and welcoming space where everyone, no matter gender, sexual preference, or sexuality could feel comfortable practicing, learning, sharing experiences and gathering with others who also enjoy the same fantasies. It didn’t have to look look like a dungeon, or a sex party. It was meant to be a safe place where people could learn while feeling comfortable, warm and safe.

The workshops and events created by Victoria focus on communication and the verbal exploration of sex fantasies. The workshops’ goal is to introduce the art of rope bondage to more people. They start with a warm-up and discussion around anatomy. Then, attendees learn how to tie themselves. After they’ve had the feeling of tying themselves, they will be able to tie each other up. Additionally, they have the opportunity to socialize in a safe environment.

Bondage workshops in Bristol represent a great place to learn and practice rope bondage. They are a meeting point for a growing community of bondage practitioners and enthusiasts who like to share with others the same fantasies, kinky lifestyle and passion for bondage. They welcome everyone who wants to step into the world of bondage, as long as they are respectful.

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