Welcome to the New England Dungeon Society

 

The New England Dungeon Society is a pansexual educational, support and social group.

We conduct regular BDSM seminars, workshops and demonstrations, social events for members and their escorted guests, as well as many and varied special events.

The New England Dungeon Society has been providing a comfortable environment for people to explore bondage, dominance & submission, and their kinkier side since 1993. We are a volunteer organization that depends upon its membership. Please check out the Get Involved page to see how you can help us grow and thrive.

Keep up to date with NEDS on Twitter or on Fetlife at New England Dungeon Society

This website contains no pornography, nudity, nor graphic descriptions of sex, but it does contain material pertaining to sex and alternative sexual lifestyles.

If you are under 18 years of age, or if you feel you would be offended by these contents, please do not view any further and EXIT THIS SITE!

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NEDS Halloween Spooktacular 19 October 2018

This will be a costume party with prizes for different categories. So, dress to impress in your strangest, funniest, or kinkiest outfit. Or just come as you are.

You never know what may win a prize.

There are lockers for changing, bring your own lock. NEDS is not responsible for missing or stolen property, please do not leave valuables in your car.

As always this is an alcohol-free event, but the bar will be open to serve soft drinks. Please remember to tip the bartender.


Entry fees paid for NEDS events are non-refundable and non- transferable.
Ticket sales are open to all and sales will close the Tuesday before the event at midnight.
https://ssl.ne-ds.org/events/278371260

NEDS Presents: Pressure points and micro torture with AdelineKindred and RiverMei – 12 October 2018

Would you like to cause intense pain with a single finger? Interested in watching someone squirm with uncomfortable anticipation? Looking for the next thing to make them twitch with just the stroke of a knuckle?

Come learn some of the most unexpectedly sinister ways to poke, prod, and torture various parts of the body using your fingers, knuckles, nails and a variety of small toys. Just when they thought it was safe because you put the whip down…

Bio:

River and Adeline are a polyamorous, pansexual, switchy duo with a passion for education, preparation, and all sorts of deviant delights ranging from fire to medical play to impact and more. Adeline is a gender fluid Eagle scout and self-proclaimed princess of dad jokes who has been teaching kink since college. River is a medical person turned techie who adores constantly iterating on classes to continuously find more effective ways to communicate and who excels at surviving Adeline’s puns. River has been teaching emergency response classes since 2012 and teaching kink classes with Adeline for the last 3 years. Classes with River and Adeline are an opportunity to learn new skills, delve into new ideas, and enjoy yourself while doing so.

NCSF’s Consent for Groups Discussion 14 September 2018

NOTE: There will be time to discuss issues that NCSF is working on and the Programs they offer. This is an opportunity to understand the issues that the BDSM/Kink community are facing. “We will discuss the current state of the law in Massachusetts and nationally, as well as NCSF efforts to change it.”

Title: NCSF’s Consent for Groups Discussion

Presenter: Jim Dunyak https://fetlife.com/users/8075582

The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) Consent Counts program is designed to assist our communities in promoting a culture of consent through education and providing resources on how to deal with nonconsensual incidents. Join us for this interactive and informative discussion geared for people who…

• host a munch or rope group
• produce cons or other events
• volunteer at cons or other events
• host play parties in your home or elsewhere
• hold a leadership position in a kink organization

What We’ll Cover:

• Liability concerns for groups and events from criminal and civil perspectives
• Trauma, including
• various ways people react (some might surprise you)
• the “do’s and don’ts” of what to say and
• the best ways to be supportive.
• Dealing with consent incidents – from developing a consent policy to handling sanctions when it’s violated.

Who Should Attend:

Everyone, actually. Certainly, anyone who falls into the categories listed above will benefit from the information in this discussion. However, understanding these components is of equal value when evaluating personal risk tolerance as an attendee.

*NCSF does not provide legal advice

NEDS and NEHG Present Wiseguy!! 10 August 2018

Your Hypotic Self

Getting started as a hypnotist can be daunting. There are so many things to learn: inductions, deepeners, suggestion techniques, safety tips, negotiation skills, etc. Where do you start? In this class, Wiseguy helps to demystify the process of developing your hypnotic skills and style. Learn the things you need to know right away so you can build your confidence and have fun while you continue to add skills and techniques to your hypnotic tool kit.

Bio:

The unofficial dean of erotic hypnosis education, Mark Wiseman (Wiseguy) brings his brand of humor and fun into classes that teach anyone how to use erotic hypnosis in a way that is safe, ethical, responsible, and hot. He is also the author of the books Mind Play: A Guide to Erotic Hypnosis and The Mind Play Study Guide, the first hypnosis books written expressly for the kink community. In mundane life Wiseguy is a professional hypnotist, a teacher of professional hypnotists, and an avid woodworker.

NEDS Summer Luau Play Party 24 August 2018

Play Party time!!

NEDS’ Summer play party is now open for registration.
Envision yourself in islands, cool breezes, sun, sand, ok maybe no sand.

Wear your favorite beach wear, or nothing at all. (once you are inside of course)

REGISTER HERE

Aloha!!

We have set up a demo/class with Lady_Ayesha:

Anatomy for Impact Play

Or

How to hit every surface of the body without ending up in the ER

In this class we will cover

Some basic human anatomy

The inflammatory process

How various body parts respond to impact

What can be hit and what should be avoided

Judging the best way to strike any particular area

Brief demonstration with various implements and toys

Come prepared to engage in the discussion and bring your questions!

Class is intended for tops, bottoms, and switches of all skill levels, genders and orientations.

Lady Ayesha has been active in the community for over 4 years. She has taught on the Art of Negotiation. She describes her style of play as connective impact and ranges from heavily sadistic to mindful introductory impact. Impact should be fun for both parties, while keep an eye on safety, boundaries and limits. You can read more of her writings on topics related to impact play and before and after care on Fetlife.

NEDS Presents – Writing Erotica: Imagining Dominance/submission with Mistress Sky, 13 July 2018

A recent poll of Americans who have seen the movie, 50 Shades of Grey, revealed that 70%, male and female, fantasize about being dominated. I’ll present my own findings in power exchange erotica. I’m always looking for fiction that has excellent relationship dynamics versus poorly presented or unhealthy ways of relating. Bring a pen and pad and we’ll write a brief scene together. Bring a favorite scene from a novel and we’ll analyze it for its healthy (or not so great) D/s (M/s) relationship bones.

BIO:

Mistress Sky is a lifestyle Domme. In her professional life, she is a relationship coach and an alternative lifestyle counselor. She is the author of many articles and essays plus Unequal Partnership: a dating guide for loving non-egalitarian relationships. Sky has penned many stories, poems, one novella, and a novel. Visit her on Facebook and LinkedIn (gates counseling), at her Medium blog (Aisha-Sky Gates), and at her websites,

Home

http://aishaskygates.com

Statement of Purpose

Fetlife profile: https://fetlife.com/users/688757

NEDS Presents SaraScalper – Coming Out: What? Who? Why? Where? How? – 11 May 2018

Coming Out: What? Who? Why? Where? How?: Everyone knows that “coming out” regarding anything (being LGBTQ+, kinky, non-monogamous, etc.) is difficult and potentially life-changing, but not everyone is aware of the potential consequences of
not “coming out.”

Lifestyle sadist/dominant, kink educator, and mental health professional Sara Scalper will use this class to talk about what “coming out” means, the repercussions of not coming out, and the stresses related to coming out, and will additionally offer tips for coming out and techniques for self-care during the coming out process.

They will also talk about coming out regarding consent violations, as these occur frequently in our community and folks often face similar stresses when choosing whether or not to reveal what has happened to them, as well as similar repercussions when they do not reveal them.

Whether you’re so out of the closet that the door’s locked behind you or you’re in the back of it behind all of the coats, come join us as we discuss something that affects the lives of everyone in the kink community.

My bio:

Sara Scalper is a queer, nonmonogamous non-binary femme and ethical sadist who has been topping since 2002, has been involved in the kink community since 2004, and has been a part of the Boston community since 2010. They self-identify as 75% intersexed being, 20% Amazonian woman, and 5% primal male (these identities are constantly in flux), but are always 100% ethical sadist.

Primarily a physical sadist and impact top, they also get great pleasure from being a ”scene aunt” to newer folks in the scene, teaching them how to top safely (via classes or one-on-one instruction) and/or how to negotiate so they have safe, satisfying scenes.

Sara has taught for NELA at several Fleas and at/for NH Kinky Con, Bound in Boston, Boston Invasions at the Society, Trans Spectrum Kinksters, Paingasms at the Society, MOB, Boston TNG, BKC, and Wicked Women.

They are honored to be teaching at their first NEDS event! They can often be found with their lovely wife and collared submissive, AJ (who often helps them present their classes!), and their extended ”kinky family,” and love to talk ethical nonmonogamy as much as they do BDSM.

NEDS Annual Service/Silent Auction 21 April 2018

Have you ever had a fantasy of being won by the highest bidder? Are you a submissive who has wanted to belong to someone for an evening after being auctioned off the block? Are you a Top that has an amazing skill that you love to exhibit on a bottom? Want to practice this in an open and safe environment with like minded individuals? Now is your chance! NEDS is hosting a Service and Silent Auction as a fundraiser to raise money for the charities chosen AND gives you a chance to get your kink on while giving back to the community. That’s a win win for everyone!

If you’re interested in going up for auction it doesn’t matter how you identify, it’s open to anyone who wishes to go up! If bidding for someone’s time for a scene doesn’t interest you, how about bidding on a handmade crafted kinky item, sexy toy or a piece of art? The community has generously donated items in the past and we will be posting the businesses who have donated very soon!

Registration link:

Registration for members opens March 1. Non Members March 9th.

https://ssl.ne-ds.org/events/552664821

Link if you want to put yourself up for auction:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiuZ9MLsM…

100% of the proceeds will be split evenly between 3 charities

NEDS Presents BDSM and the Law Part 2 – Annual Member Meeting

 

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March’s Class and Meeting will be held at the Embassy Suites in Waltham, MA.

An open question forum with a Massachusetts Attorney on the intersects of BDSM and the law (this is purposely open ended as the intersects can range from Criminal to divorce and everything in between). While everything has the potential to intersect kink/bdsm with the law, the main areas that seem to come up are: What is consent? What affects someone’s ability to consent?, how does my being kinky affect me: in a divorce, with a paternity action, in a child support/custody matter?, with DCFS? With work? in court?

What do I tell me Doctor about my bruises (routine exams vs emergency)?; What should I tell the police if they want to talk to me about the bruises (or anything else)?, If I tell my doctor ALL about my lifestyle, can anyone else see that? What about my therapist? Can I be committed (psychiatric) for engaging in lifestyle activities? and any other questions you may have, I may not have the answers,to everything, but we can discuss it and have some fun in the process.

Attorney Adam Phipps has practiced in Massachusetts since 2011. Prior to becoming an Attorney Adam worked as a Registered Nurse for more than twenty years (emergency department, ICU, and management). He handles a general civil practice: (Civil rights, Discrimination, mental health litigation, police misconduct, Family law (Divorce, custody, restraining orders), Landlord-Tenant, medical-legal consulting as an expert Registered Nurse. He identifies as non-binary and is comfortable with any pronouns. He considers himself a progressive intellectualist with a love of politics, history and old movies

 

NEDS Holiday Party Take 2 19 January 2018

Second Verse, same as the first!!!

The new date for the NEDS Holiday party is Friday, January 19, 2018.

If you were confirmed for the original date, your registration will be carried over, so there is no need to register again.  If you were registered, but cannot make it January 19th, please contact treasurer@ne-ds.org, and we will issue you a refund.

If you couldn’t make it to the party before and you can now, all you need to do is register HERE!!

Members price is just $20!!

Guaranteed not to cause frost bite on your nose, toes and yes even those. You may even be able to open your package early

Last day for registration is Tuesday, January 16, 2018

There are lockers for changing, bring your own lock.

NEDS is not responsible for missing or stolen property, please do not leave valuables in your car. As always this is an alcohol-free event, but the bar will be open to serve soft drinks. Please remember to tip the bartender.

Newly registered entry fees paid for this event are non-refundable and non- transferable.