October – Special Workshop – Creating and Living Positive BDSM Lifestyle Relationships

Creating and Living Positive BDSM Lifestyle Relationships is a weekly four-part series throughout October designed for individuals, couples and families who identify with the BDSM lifestyle and desire to incorporate it into their daily lives. It is intended for anyone who wants to start a new relationship, take an existing one to the next level, or simply wants to learn more about alternative relationships.
Major topics include (please see individual workshop descriptions for details):
  • Finding unique and exciting partners; establishing “strong-bond” relationship habits
  • Identifying the peculiar advantages/responsibilities that lead to the greatest likelihood of long-term success
  • Maintaining and deepening mutual interest in your current healthy lifestyle relationships using BDSM, sex, and kink
  • Utilizing effective communication tools and skills to address problem resolution, powerful emotions and other complicated BDSM-related concerns as they arise
The series culminates with a “without-a-safety net” question and answer panel discussion featuring several proven lifestyle couples/families in various relationship structures.
Workshops are open and welcome to anyone independent of gender identity, sexuality or kink interests. Furthermore, each workshop in the series stands independently complete and can be attended separately or as a dynamic and comprehensive learning package.
Where: LGBT Center, 208 West 13th Street (between 7th & Greenwich Aves)
Price: $17 (advance purchase online – see below), $20 (at the door), per workshop. Special package price (all four workshops): $60 (advance purchase online saves 25% off the individual workshop door price) or $65 (at the first workshop).
Schedule & Tickets:
This workshop series is brought to New York City by Eric Pride (click for bio) and Sir Stephen (click for bio), both having their own unique lifestyle households. The event is hosted by NYC Kinky Living.
What Others Are Saying About the Workshops:
Read the article in Time Out NY here (towards the bottom of the page).

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