NEDS Winter Playland Party and Flameless Wax Play Class Friday January 20, 2017

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Grab your hats and scarves, and join NEDS for their. Winter Playland party.

Registration is now open HERE!

The evening will start with MzBugz presenting “Flameless Wax Play”
Then let the winter winds take you through the club for some kinky fun.

If you have never been to a NEDS event before, please check out our group especially our party rules.

We are looking for a few good snow people to help out as with DM duties. Contact [email protected] If you are interested in helping us.

This will be an alcohol and drug free event, in keeping with our party rules.

Once you register, you will get a basic confirmation email. The week of, you will get specifics on location etc

Class description: What do you do if you are in the dungeon and want to do a bit of wax play…most times nothing as dungeons typically do not allow fire or flame. Well this class/demo will focus on wax play that can be done without the use of flames. It will cover safety, types of wax usable and not, ways to change the look or feel of the wax, equipment and techniques for applying wax to the body and of course removal of wax.

Bio: MzBugz has been a very active member of the BDSM community for nearly 3 years. She has gained a wealth of knowledge through personal life experiences, lifestyle education and practice…lots of practice. A female identified pansexual polyamorous Top heavy hedonistic switch. MzBugz carries with her a reputation for having an incredible shoe collection that she enjoys show off in her kink travels spanning most of New England area playing, learning and teaching.

NEDS Presents: Edge Play with Bydarra

Edge Play covers a lot of territory which many of us tend to spend time exploring. Some edge play is easily identified. Other edge play is unique to the individual. How we identify it, negotiate it, and engage in it can be a difficult process for all parties. This facilitated discussion will provide a foundation for people who are just beginning to test these waters and a forum for those more experienced to share what they’ve learned.
Bio:
At my core, I’m an enabler. I want to help people succeed in whatever passion they possess. This is the heart of why I teach. Education is my passion. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been the person who’d find a way to explain a lesson that helped something ‘click’ for my friends. That knack and passion has continued into my exploration of my ‘self’ through BDSM beginning in 2003. My classes have kept pace with my developing taste for edgier play, relationship issues, and how all of this happens inside our brains. Since I retired from my day job in 2012 I have spent the time traveling across North America and Europe to learn how this works in different cultures. Sometimes I teach but I always learn from those I encounter. If you see me at an event near you, I hope you’ll share some of what you’ve learned with me.

October 14th NEDS Presents: Ask For What You Want (Even if You Know You Might Not Get It)

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Have you ever come home from a play party or a kink event feeling like you didn’t get the play you wanted because you were afraid to ask for it? Unless you live in a broom closet under the stairs of an abandoned house in small town on a planet that doesn’t yet exist, fear of rejection has probably stopped you, at one point or another, from approaching someone for play.

In this interactive workshop, we’ll take on the fear of “rejection,” and the challenge (from both the top and the bottom sides) of approaching people and asking for play/being asked for play in different situations. Be prepared for a mix of serious conversation and goofy ice-breakers and exercises!

Bio:

RopeRider is a compulsive social engineer, and is the organizer of Bound In Boston. He began his journey with rope bondage as a fetish photographer, but quickly found that he enjoys participating in hot rope play as much as he enjoys photographing hot rope play. His motto is “I actually have no idea what I’m doing; I’m just making all this shit up as I go along.”