Intro to BDSM 101 to 102
About this workshop
Workshop 101: What is BDSM, explaining RACK, PRICK, and many other BDSM acronyms. We will delve into the psychology of kink, how to navigate a safe scene and setting boundaries while also discussing how to play safe and the value of after care.
Workshop 102: This workshop covers how to be safe doing BDSM services during incalls and outcalls for escorts and what to include in your own kink starter kit. This workshop included hands-on demos, role play and practicing the skills needed for beginners to BDSM.
Skills you will gain
Learning BDSM terms & acronyms.
Delving into the psychology of kink.
How to create a boundary with consideration to all participant’s needs, desires and values.
Providing a safe play space.
Aftercare procedures for all participants.
What to include in a BDSM starter kit.
Safety procedures & tips for incalls & outcalls.
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“I loved the first BDSM workshop! It was great to meet and learn with other workers from different parts of the industry. Danielle was a very engaging presenter and I appreciated her focus on real world work specific examples.”
– Anonymous participant of the workshop
About our expert presenter: Danielle Rubber
Danielle has been a professional Dominatrix since 2010. Before becoming an independent Pro Domme Danielle had her own kink adventures around the world.
She previously performed in the 10th Montreal Fetish weekend in Canada, worked with Serious Bondage in San Francisco and played professionally in London and Canada.
In Australia, she has been teaching at Oz Kink Fest for the past 4 years. In 2022 she was a finalist for Miss Melbourne Rubber 2022.
In her vanilla life, she was previously a professional scuba dive-master and rescue diver, this training has aided her to cultivate careful BDSM play, which she incorporates into her kink and classes.
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Bigger Sister Channel is now accepting financial donations for those who share our vision and want to support our mission. Donations go to operation costs, providing free workshops, compensating expert presenters, developing peer-to-peer education content, having monthly giveaway and supporting sex workers in need or crisis.