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Big Kink Event Tips for Newbies

After having gone to so many IMLs it feels weird to be on my second year in a row of not going, and going to miss the opportunity to see so many of the great people I know across the country that I just don’t get to see often enough.

But I know a lot of people are heading to IML next weekend for their first big event, and I am excited for them to start having some fun experiences like I got to have. Since I can’t be there to experience it with them, I figured I would share what I have learned from going to the events in the past that have help me make each one better and better for me. As follows are some kink event tips for all those newbies looking to experience this for the first time.

 

Introduce yourself, no safer place. There is no better place than a big event like IML to just let your freak fly, be yourself, and introducing yourself to people. If they aren’t interested, you can tell and move on. If they think you are a potential buddy, they will hang for a bit. If they want to fuck, you’ll know pretty quickly. But you are not going to be able to figure any of that out if you don’t go over and introduce yourself to that person you are interested in. If they don’t bite, there are PLENTY other fish in the sea.

Don’t bring baggage. Or at least the negative kind. Do bring baggage of gear. If you arrive with an ax to grind or a pissy attitude, then you are going to likely leave with it too. I have seen people do that, and truly I don’t get it. Why waste your time, energy and money on someplace you are just going to actively try to not have a good time at. Personally, I try to avoid the pisspot attitudes like the plague.

Let things go. Short of unwanted physical harm or murder, there is nothing so awful that could be done to you that you need to let it ruin your trip. NOTHING. I have got upset about some slight, a flakey trick, argument, or being rudely dismissed, and I have always regretted letting it get the best of me. Whatever it is that creates negative energy, let it go until after the event. Likely find you won’t care anymore by that time has passed, and if so, then how important could it be.

Put the energy you want back into the event. If you want to meet new people and make friends, don’t expect those people to just come to you and introduce yourself, you have to do it first. If you want to go sex crazed and have a good time partying as much as possible, then start setting up the scenes and not wait for the invite to the orgy. I have been in the circle of great guys all wanting the same thing but standing in the lobby wishing they were doing something else and waiting for it to happen. I been those guys. The last few events, I have chosen to be an instigator. And instigators get invited to interesting happens as well. If every one tried to be an instigator, the lobby of the hotel would be a lot less packed, I believe.

Each year is different. In each of the years I have gone they were all very different. A lot has to do with the kinksters that I have had as roomies, as they tend to influence the experiences you get to be a part of. But also I have had different goals each time. This is the year I am going to find the perfect hood in the mart. This is the year I am going to not be shy. This is the year I am going to see how many loads I can get out of tied up boys. This is the year I am just going to relax and go with the flow. The first few times I went I didn’t set my sights on a target and I got disappointed. Once I started setting my goal for the event I always walked away satisfied with how it all went because I made sure it happened.

Can’t get it all in. After the last one, it is important to remember you don’t have to do everything this one event. Running around trying to get to see everything in the mart, play with every person you have always want to play with, attend every party, wear every outfit you have and fill every hole you have or come into contact with, if you have to do it all you likely won’t. No harm in trying to get it all in and sure is fun to try, but if you fall short of doing EVERYTHING, remember there is always next year.

 

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Episode 21 – Spreading (the word about) STDs

Thanks to a listener suggestion, we pulled together some experts on STI’s. Turns out we had two readily available to us. First is a good friend of TJ (listen to him and Brett on Episode 9) who is a local N.P. specializing in Infectious Disease and HIV. Karen Dykes (yes that is her name!) in fun and funny, and we couldn’t think of anyone better that could come talk to us from a health care provider point of view.

Also, Daddy Tony has spent many years as a volunteer and as a professional peer educator in the San Francisco community. He comes armed with years of experience talking about STDs and HIV from all kinds of backgrounds, including gay and kinky communities, so having his voice as a part of the show is critical perfect and I know he was very happy to be able to provide this information.

We made reference to some resources that are out there, which we will post up later this week in a new post. And be sure to check the show notes section for a reference to a TEDx talk about a possible public health message regarding reducing the spread of STDs sent in by Fossil9 (Thanks much Fossil!).

 

Show Notes

In the News

Listener Letter

A listener sent in the following mail that prompted us to start preparing for this show. The mail was:

I love the show and have been looking for this kind of show for a long time, and look forward to every episode. Can you do a myth of STD’s or a STD tip that would be great. I am a social worker and would love to recommend your podcast to my “let’s talk sex” Group.

Discussion Topics

  • Resources
  • There is more than HIV
  • Prevention Tips
  • HIV
  • PREP
  • Window of exposure
  • “Clean”?
  • TEDx: Rule of Three Discussion

About Our Guest

Karen Dykes is a nurse practitioner that specializes in infectious diseases, STD’s, and HIV. She lives in Seattle.

 

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Episode 20 – Stomper

Sparky has known Stomper for a very long time, and there has been some sort of connection between the two. The connection has come in many forms, so we explore where it started, where it went, and the surprising turn it took lately. You want a show with everything, this is it.

Religion. Sex. Rubber. Bondage. Puppies. Furries. ABDL. Daddies.

We have a great time exploring this story, and hope you enjoy it as well! While you are at it, be sure to check out PupZone.com as resource and social gathering place for puppies of all types. And check out the great rubber profiles, pics and videos at Rubberzone.com! Also during the show we make reference to a previous post on the NoSafeWord blog regarding using a sock for putting j-lube on latex, so go check that out HERE.

Show Notes

In the News

About Our Guest

Claiming Portlandia as home, Stomper shares a life and home with his husband of 12 years, Squirm who created rubberzone.com. Stomper has a wide range of kinks he enjoys which is growing all the time! He’s been a long time friend of Sparky’s and the NoSafeWord family and he’s excited to be a part of the show. Find him on Twitter and at PupZone.com.

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Episode 19 – Pup Topher

For this one, we talk with a long time friend of ours, Pup Topher, who we have referred to on the show as Pup Chris. He is the puppy to Daddy Chuck, who introduced Damien and Sparky to him.

He has had quite the journey for coming out and discovering kink, as well as just trying to learn how to communicate while in a relationship. He lived all over, had a variety of jobs and not so great relationships, so we get down and dirty into find all about it. It is an interesting story.

Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

 

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

  • Growing up gay in Texas
  • Getting bankrupted from the first boyfriend
  • Booking strippers
  • Second relationship with a military man (married)
  • Becoming a boy to a “master”
  • Back to the military man
  • Communication in relationships

About Our Guestpup topher close up

Pup Topher, otherwise known as Puppy Chris, grew up in a ‘red state’ and took a different path to self actualization. After a slow start and coming out later than most people do today, he ended up booking strippers, tending in a gay bar and being a kept boy. Throughout that he learned a couple of lessons about communication, relationships and making sure you can stand on your own. And while he’s always enjoyed being a sub, he’s also learned that it doesn’t mean being a victim.

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Episode 18 – Daddy Jeff, Part 2

For part 2 of this interview we delve into more about the history of creating the local leather group here in Seattle, which I think can be helpful for anyone creating a leather group out there. We also talk about community building and volunteering, what it is like for newbies getting started, and passing down of leathers.

We were very excited to have Daddy Jeff on and very much enjoyed getting to know him a bit more! Hope you do as well!

 

Show Notes

Discussion Topics

  • Daddy Jeff has been a survivor
  • He has survived and thrived with the help of Dan “Puppy” Daniels, his partner of 20+ years.
  • Daddy Jeff is the Founder of Seattle Men in Leather (1989) and Owner of Doghouse Leathers.
  • Currently, he is the President of the Washington State Mr/Ms Leather Organization
  • Jeff has a long history in the leather community

About Our Guest

Living life and taking on those who seek to understand how we got here and where we might be going on this magical journey we call Leather. Daddy Jeff can best be described as a survivor. Starting in 1981, he has survived producing way too many fundraisers and contests, serving on numerous boards and committees, being a neighborhood activist, a historian, managing a large nightclub and owning a leather shop, two leather titles, HIV and one near death bout of Fungal Meningitis. He has survived and thrived with the help of Dan “Puppy” Daniels, his partner of 20+ years.

Daddy Jeff is the Founder of Seattle Men in Leather (1989), Seattle largest Men’s Club, a Manager of The Cuff Complex and Owner of Doghouse Leathers. Currently, he is the President of the Washington State Mr/Ms Leather Organization. He has been working with the Mr/Ms Leather and the Drummer/LeatherSir titles for over 25 years now. Jeff was Seattle Leather Daddy 1998 and was honored with the title of Seattle Leather Grand Dad 2012 based on his history of being a mentor. He is a member of Mama’s Family, LA&M, and is the Patriarch of the Bear Clan.

Find Daddy Jeff on Twitter and Facebook.

 

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Episode 17 – Daddy Jeff, Part 1

We have been looking forward to this interview for sometime, and so glad we were able to get Daddy Jeff to come join us!

Daddy Jeff has been in the leather BDSM community for years, having started Seattle Men in Leather 25 years ago, and been a part of the kink history in the Pacific Northwest. We spend some time learning about Jeff’s personal history and his partner “Puppy”. We talk about community and community building, and the leather bar culture from his perspective.

Now, NoSafeWord is not just a Seattle show, we are talking to people from all over the world, but at the same time we wanted to honor Jeff’s recent retirement from Head of Security at the Cuff. But even more so, we think that there is an interesting comparison that can be made between what it is like now for kinksters in the community and what it was like back when some of these communities are just getting started.

So sit back and enjoy, we get into a lot! And join us in a few days for the second part of this great interview!

Be sure to read the great article about Jeff written by Tyesha Best on Leatherati.

 

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

  • Seattle Leather History,
  • Bars Clubs and More,
  • Building Communities One Bottom At a Time,
  • Mentoring
  • Titles
  • About his store, Dog House Leathers

About Our Guest

Living life and taking on those who seek to understand how we got here and where we might be going on this magical journey we call Leather. Daddy Jeff can best be described as a survivor. Starting in 1981, he has survived producing way too many fundraisers and contests, serving on numerous boards and committees, being a neighborhood activist, a historian, managing a large nightclub and owning a leather shop, two leather titles, HIV and one near death bout of Fungal Meningitis. He has survived and thrived with the help of Dan “Puppy” Daniels, his partner of 20+ years.

Daddy Jeff is the Founder of Seattle Men in Leather (1989), Seattle largest Men’s Club, a Manager of The Cuff Complex and Owner of Doghouse Leathers. Currently, he is the President of the Washington State Mr/Ms Leather Organization. He has been working with the Mr/Ms Leather and the Drummer/LeatherSir titles for over 25 years now. Jeff was Seattle Leather Daddy 1998 and was honored with the title of Seattle Leather Grand Dad 2012 based on his history of being a mentor. He is a member of Mama’s Family, LA&M, and is the Patriarch of the Bear Clan.

Find Daddy Jeff on Twitter and Facebook.

 

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Episode 16 – Furries!

When we were recording Episode 15, we had in the audience a couple of our furry friends, Nightcat and Argi, who both agreed to talk to us about what it is like to be furries.

Now in this episode, there are times when we asked questions that may sound like we were coming at an angle that some furries may not like, and I get that. What we were hoping to do was to get down to some of the feelings that keep some in the kink world from making judgments of our furry brothers, or vice versa. Sometimes it is good to ask the tough questions, and I think that there will be more of them in future episodes.

At the same time, it is our usual format of cray cray fun for most of it, so sit back and enjoy!

 

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

  • What are Furries?
  • How did you both get into furrydom?
  • What do you identify as in fur?
  • About that “awkward” conversation

 

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Episode 15 – Pup Snuggles

We got to spend some time to talk with one of the pups that we all here at NoSafeWord have had the chance to get to know over the years, Pup Snuggles. Not only is he a very cute puppy, he is also one of those people that reaches out to many people across the kink world to try to help in any way he can, either through the organizations he is a part of or one person at a time.

We spend some time getting to know Snuggles and where came from, as well as have a great conversation about what his kink family dynamic is like. We were looking forward to having him on and hope you enjoy learning about him as much as we did!

 

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

About Our Guest

Pup Snuggles has been part of the leather community since IML in 2006 and has avidly researched the leather lifestyle ever since. He has been with his Sir, Victor, since before learning about the leather community and it has strengthened their relationship as well as making him a stronger person and pup. In addition to being with his Sir, they have another loving member of their poly family, Solomon.

Pup Snuggles is the co-founder of Chicago Puppy Patrol, founder for International Pups and Handlers, previous President for Bloomington Kink, a photographer, graphic designer, website designer, massage therapist, and renaissance reenactor. He holds the following titles: Indiana Leather boy 2010 and Great Lakes Leather boy 2011.

Find Pup Snuggles on Facebook, Recon, and Tumblr.

 

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Vulnerability

In The Power of Vulnerability, Dr. Brene Brown, a professor at the University of Houston College of Social Work, delivered one of the most powerful speech conclusions I have ever heard in a TEDtalk. Dr. Brown’s goal was to have people change their perspective on vulnerability from a source of pain to a source of power. She taught her audience to embrace vulnerability in order to live a fulfilled and fulfilling life. She then reinforced the message in her conclusion:

But there’s another way, and I leave you with this. This is what I have found; to let ourselves be seen, deeply seen; to love with our whole hearts, even though there’s no guarantee – and that’s really hard, and I can you as a parent, that’s excruciatingly difficult – to practice gratitude and joy in those moments of terror, when we’re wondering, “Can I have this much? Can I be this fierce about this? Just to be able to stop and, instead of catastrophizing what might happen, to say, I’m just so grateful because to feel this vulnerable means I’m alive.” And the last, which I think is probably the most important, is to believe that we’re enough. Because when we work from a place I believe that says, “I’m enough,” then we stop screaming and start listening, we’re kinder and gentler to the people around us, and we’re kinder and gentler to ourselves.

For those of you into kink, have you noticed that some of the most wonderful, kind, caring empathetic and expressive people in the world are those that we know in our kink community, even behind the facades of stoicism and control?

It was a few years ago that I went to my first kink event of any kind, Mid-Atlantic Leather (MAL). The event is held yearly in DC, and I have managed to go it numerous times. During that first trip to MAL I met so many people, a ton of people that I still stay in touch with today. There have been connections created at that one event that mean the world to me. I remember leaving  with a sense of wonder.

When I arrived, I expected to see crazy things. Hot guys doing hot things. I expected to see toys I never knew existed. People doing things I didn’t know where possible. I was expecting to be scared at times. I thought for sure that there was something dark and sinister about what was happening at these wild sex romp parties known as Leather Events.

And that all happened! Sure. But at the end of the event I came to a far different conclusion as to what was my biggest take-away.

I was in a completely vulnerable space during that event in many ways. I was there with my then boyfriend, who had been before and was showing me around. I needed him to lead me through, to introduce me to people, and to allow me the space I needed to assimilate at my pace. On the first night I wore a tail plug through my jeans to show off my puppy side, the next my full latex suit, not having ever worn that before in public.

I was out in the open. I was vulnerable. And I was not alone.

All the wild things I expected, sure they were there. I saw and did things I didn’t know happened, but really that didn’t make as much of a lasting impression as the image of so many people just being their authentic selves, sharing who they are in a shame free, balls-to-the-wall approach to kink.

Much of kink is about vulnerability. Submitting to another is just another way of saying you are vulnerable to another’s wishes and desires. Doming another is also a form of vulnerability, by exposing your inner desires and kinks onto another human being, as a top you often expose a great deal of your inner desires to another person.

So at that first MAL I was taking in how much people where so into being exposed and vulnerable about who they were. They were saying: I am a dog! I am a piss pig! I am a Daddy. I am a slave! This is who I am.

I learned that kinky people are vulnerable in some way by stepping out and declaring what they are passionate about, what they become fiercely attached to. Instead of listening to the inner fears that catastrophize what might happen, they instead say, “I am who I am, I am open and vulnerable about who I am, and I feel alive because of it.”

It is a kind gift to ourselves to be open like that. To romp on the floor in the middle of a big room with 20 others puppies and just be in the moment rather than afraid of what someone says. And to create that moment for someone else, by taking command of them and leading them to that opportunity, takes empathy and it means you care enough about the other to take them there.

Sure I saw and did things that were kinky as hell and had a grand time, but all these years later I still remember what I walked away from that event with. I saw people that were at their best, giving their best, open and honest and vulnerable. And those people were ones that I was proud to call my friends.

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Episode 14 – Rubbout Recap

Sparky and Boy Trav got the chance to head to the 22nd Rubbout weekend up in Vancouver BC! It was a great time, and we wanted to share with you some of the adventures we had up there.

We do highly recommend you heading on over to Reid’s blog, as he is one of the organizers and can give the best review possible, which is exactly what he did!

We are also joined by one of the prize winners from the event, Brett.

Enjoy!

 

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

  • Bar night
  • Gear Swap
  • Pup Play thing
  • Rubber play party
  • Brunch

 

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Sad News of Another Loss

As seen on a friend’s blog, there is an announcement of another loss in the community due to self breath play.

It is extremely sad to hear of this loss, and our hearts go out to the family and friends of Pup Kai.

As a practitioner of breath play myself, at times like these I question if it is a good idea to do so. Just yesterday I engaged in a scene with a close friend where the scene ended with me putting a bag over his head then cutting off the air with a strap around the neck. I do this kind of play with this friend because we have talked through the play, what is is capable of and how far he is willing to go.

I also think of this site that I have been going to recently, called the Breath Control Network (which has been down for some reason) and can’t help but to start making some connections. There are a lot of great videos on there that I enjoy, but there are also a lot on there that I don’t enjoy because they involve death or near death experiences.

I am not into breath play because it is about death. I am into it because as you run out of air the orgasm you get is much more heightened.

But at times like this, when we have yet another life taken too soon when someone is acting out a fantasy they shouldn’t be doing alone and should know better I start to question myself.

Is posting up images and videos involving breath play, even when done reasonably and responsibly on my part, leading others to be willing to take unnecessary risks in their own play?

Should we all not consider being more forceful in our protestations to every person out there engaging in self breath play? If that helped one person would that not be worth it?

Hiding away breath play as a part of our kink world isn’t going to work. If anything, that is only going to make it worse, people are going to engage in this kind of play even if I hide my own participation in it. But I do think that perhaps we need to be more responsible about explaining how those scenes are set up safely and remind players out there they NEVER can do them alone.

Perhaps if we do that we can turn this death, and many others that have happened before, into something to learn from and stop future needless deaths.

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Episode 13 – Last Few Inches with Hypnosis

After the end of the last episode with Neil, we had put out to our listeners the opportunity to ask Neil some questions about hypnosis, and we received several really great questions. So, we scheduled this show as the follow up to go a little deeper into the subject.

We hope you enjoy this episode, it was another fun discussion!

 

Show Notes

In the News

Listener Questions

  • KinkZombie – Hello my rubber and leather bound cock floggers, Could Mr.Hypno give some resources for getting started with hypno? I have seen sites like WarpMyMind but the whole thing has an insider baseball feel. Any books, websites or anything else would be appreciated. (Neil refers to a book by  C. Roy Hunter – The Art of Hypnosis)
  • Cubskin – Hey Guys. Loving the new format podcast… Still got a couple to catch up with but had skipped ahead to ep6 with Neil and the hypno discussion as I had a meet arranged this week with a top also very much into this area. The Top has plenty of experience but unfortunately he was unable to get me to go under properly in our first play and we are going to try again but I guess my question for Neil is this something he comes across frequently and does he have any tips for me to help me relax and get into the right frame of mind? Working in IT I have quite an active/analytical mind which I guess doesn’t help… Don’t think I’m gonna be picked by any stage hypnotizes anytime soon lol
  • Dan – I was hoping you could ask Neil about what goes on during a paid erotic session. I’m a straight man with a hypno fetish who is very interested in an experience similar to what was described in this article: http://www.vice.com/read/erotic-hypnosis-gave-me-the-most-intense-orgasm-of-my-life . I have also wanted to know what it feels like to be a woman, is that possible with hypnosis?
  • Jpup1 aka Jordan – Hey guys, Here are a few questions about hypno for some more info
    • 1. Is there any way to leave hypnotic suggestions in place for longer periods of time than just a single session? For example cues and behaviors that help someone get into pup space easier or something?
    • 2. What are your thoughts about self hypnosis tracks like those offered on warpmymind.com
    • 3. Is there any way to combine erotic hypno and self improvement hypno at the same time?
    • 4. Are there any downsides to doing hypnosis? Other than malicious persons who would take advantage of you while you were in the trance
    • 5. Can you use hypnosis to help enforce chastity for a sub without a physical device?
  • Nightcat – Hello. I figured I would email you both my questions. So a little back ground: I’ve always been a little skeptical about hypnotism and whether it can really work or not. But I’ve always found the idea of it very hot. Now, after hearing the podcast, I really want to try it.
    • So, about 4 years ago my mom was diagnosed with emphysema. She tried everything in the book to quit smoking. As a last resort she tried hypnosis. Her first session she went into a deep sleep rather quickly. The hypnotist said my mom was super easy to get to go under. The hypnosis worked after a few sessions and she no longer smokes or has any desire to.
    • So my question: Is how your mind works hereditary. You see over and over again children picking up personality traits from their parents. Is it possible that because my mom went into the trance so easily that I could as well?
    • My next question is: There is a local group of Furs in the Seattle area that dabble in hypnosis. Nothing professional. I’m curious about going to them to get some experience. Neil touched a little bit on it and said it was fairly safe. I want to make sure that there is nothing that could accidentally go wrong with someone who doesn’t really know what they are doing. I’m a big fan about playing safe in all things that I do.

About Our Guest

Neil has been doing hypnosis since 2001, at first as a hobby (and tool of sexual exploration) and since 2009, as a full-time job. Practicing hypnosis lead him to discover his dominant side and explore the BDSM world. Neil lives in New York City. Find him on TwitterRecon, and his blog The Erotic Hypnotist.

 

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Episode 12 – SoundsFun

We recorded this episode with outgoing leather title holder SoundsFun (Damien) the same night we recorded Episode 11 with Knotty Brent. He is a local kinkster, and someone that I had played with back when he first started to get involved in play. The night of the recording was the night he was stepping down after a year as the Seattle Leather Daddy’s boy title holder for 2012.

We spend some time with him talking about what it has been like having a title and balancing the work that may involve with rest of his life. We learn more the leather contest system and why people get involved.

We have been looking forward for a chance to share with you this interview so you get a chance to get to know SoundsFun a bit more!

 

Show Notes

Discussion Topics

  • Porn – It helped inspire him, got to doing more creative rope bondage
  • Transition from being mostly bottom to a versatile/top
  • Kinky education, learning rope skills, mentors

About Our Guest

SoundsFun, or Damien (not to be confused with DVous1) is a local leather boy in Seattle. Besides some work in kinky porn as a bottom, he recently served as the Seattle Leather Daddy’s boy 2012. Find him on Facebook and Recon.

 

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Episode 11 – Knotty Brent

Hey all, been looking forward to sharing this episode for a while now! We had on rope bondage enthusiast KnottyBrent, who is the Mr Powerhouse Leather 2012 and the current Northern California Leather Sir 2013.

He was up to be a judge for the Seattle Leather Daddy and Daddy’s boy contest, held in October of 2012. Here at NoSafeWord we have been recording episodes for a while now, putting those shows in the can while we worked out a few things on the website development side. These canned episodes then are held in reserve until there is  week when we can’t record a new show (like this week, Sparky is on the road).

It was a great discussion to learn more about Brent and where he came from, his recent foray into titles and getting into kink, and finding his talent for rope!

Plus we start off the show talking about Daddy Tony’s and Mikey’s hosting of the contest that night as well, which ended up being a great time to watch them in action (not that kind of action, I mean hosting action, jeez!)

This was a fun show and a great time getting to know Brent, so I am very pleased to bring this show to you now!

 

Show Notes

Discussion Topics

  •  Heading to kink because of the finding out he was HIV
  • Always have been into bondage – true for other people. For him, it was the discovery very late in the system
  • Did some work professionally in bondage
  • Served as Mr PowerHouse Leather 2012

About Our GuestKnotty Brent

Knotty Brent has been tying up boys since 2010. While relatively new to kink and BDSM, Brent brings energy, irreverence and detailed knot work to the table.

His style combines shibari knots and techniques learned at SF Ring with decorative touches borrowed from traditional marlinspike seamanship. Brent regularly performs for BEATPIG every 3rd Saturday night at Powerhouse and has performed at the Edge, Chaps II and The Eagle in SF. He has also performed at The Bolt in Sacramento and IML 2011 for COLT Studios, for whom he does rope bondage work for the studio’s new brand, Bound Jocks. Fetish artist Nancy Peach recently opened a show at Wicked Grounds where two of her paintings feature his ropework.

Brent is honored to have recently won the title of Northern California LeatherSIR 2013 and will spend the year not only uniting Sacramento and the Bay Area but also going to smaller towns and bringing the San Francisco kink scene to them.

Find Brent on Facebook, Twitter, and Recon.

 

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