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Intro Into Spanking

This workshop covers the broad foundational aspects of impact play, with a specific focus on spanking. It is aimed at people with little to no experience in impact play?

Where do I start? 

An introduction to spanking

This covers foundations such as desire, communication, negotiation and consent.

How to be a safer player

Aiding safety from a top and bottom perspective

This shares information on safe and unsafe areas for impact; safe impact for different areas; a suitable environment; risk appetite; safe words; potential risks; and how to ensure your strokes are landing where you want them to.

Tools of the trade 

How to choose an implement

It’s important to use an implement that suits your skill level, appetite for pain, preference of sensation, and goal. 

Logistics

Practical things to negotiate

This includes warm ups, after care, hygiene, positions, pace, safe words, etc.

Q&A and practice

If you would like to participate in the practice session, please bring a willing partner. Alternatively, you are welcome to watch the others. This is a good time to ask questions so you can spank safely. This is not a “play” session or a scene, it is a practice session. 

Although switching is encouraged, nobody is expected to participate in the practical section and consent can be revoked at any time. 

To bring:

Please bring whatever you need for after care, and any implements you have and would like to use. We’ll have hot chocolate and tea available. Please bring some lunch and/or snacks for the shared snack table. 

To note:

You may not touch anyone, including hug them, without their consent. Please be mindful of the language you use, the space you are in, and the people around you. Embodiment house rules apply. If you cannot afford the workshop, please contact HotSqueak via our email address : embodimentropespace@gmail.com

Rules 

  1. Don’t be late.
  2. Respect the space. Leave no trace – whatever you bring, take it back with you. 
  3. Ego has no place here. Learn and share with humility. 
  4. Ask for people’s pronouns and use the ones you are given. 
  5. No shoes. Keep underwear on at public events. Nipples may be free. 
  6. Do not make unsolicited comments about anyone else’s body.
  7. Do not take any photos of anyone in attendance without consent. 
  8. Do not post photos without the consent of EVERYONE in the photo. 
  9. Do not reveal the identity of anyone you meet in the space once you leave. Many people prefer anonymity. 
  10.  Be mindful of making noise in the space when others are tying around you, this includes loud talking and laughing. 
  11. Be discrete when moving through other parts of the premises. Clothes are optional in the space but not outside the door.
  12. Please stay home if you are feeling unwell.
  13. This is a sober space. Please do not use any recreational drugs or alcohol before coming or while on site. 
  14. Acknowledge and accept that you are participating in high-risk behaviour at your own risk.

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