Noodles and Mummies!

One minute, you’re walking around Harvard Square, maybe eating some noodles, and the next moment you’re completely immobilized, swaddled like a mummy. Lolita, pictured here with one of her mummies, will show us how to perform this inexpensive and versatile form of bondage. We don’t have a pool rented for the workshop, but we do plan to have the most fun possible on dry land!

So mark your calendars for Friday May 20. Queer + Kinky is kicking off the evening at 6:15 pm with dinner at Wagamama noodle bar in Harvard Square. Then the workshop will be held down the street at the The Democracy Center from 8 pm to 10:30 pm. Doors open at 7:45 pm. Join us for workshop, dinner, or both!

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Workshop

Handcuffs? Leather restraints? Ah, my friend, put away those newfangled toys and come learn a bondage style that has been thousands of years in the making. From quiet meditation to outrageous sensation play, mummification can be used either as an adjunct, or for its own sake. Powerfully effective and absurdly affordable, the mummification style of bondage will make both you and your play partners ecstatic!

There will be a chance to practice at the end of the workshop. Bring a partner, or meet someone at the workshop. This is an educational workshop, not a play event, so activities will be limited to social time and mummification.

Supplies will be provided. The workshop will be fully clothed.

About Lolita

Lolita Wolf discovered the BDSM scene back in the late 80s when “online” meant being on the phone sex lines. She is an activist who defends sexual freedom for all consenting adults, spreads the word about BDSM, sex and polyamory, and helps the community grow and flourish. Yet, her goal remains “”to have fun.”” Lolita has taught for organizations and events across the country. Lolita is an Emeritus Board Member of The Eulenspiegel Society, a founder of Leather Leadership Conference, a former Chair of Lesbian Sex Mafia, and honorary member of Gay Male S/M Activists. She is one of the instructors for Midori’s Rope Dojo, authored Spanking and CBT in a Nutshell, appeared in The Details of Flogging DVD, and wrote a chapter in Tristan Taormino’s Ultimate Guide To Kink. She is featured in the New York Times One in 8 Million series and her website is leatheryenta.com.

Where

The Democracy Center, 45 Mount Auburn Street in Harvard Square, is a five-minute walk from the Harvard Square Red Line stop. Dinner prior to the workshop is Wagamama noodle bar, 57 JFK Street in Harvard Square. There is street parking, and $14 parking for the whole evening at University Place Garage, 45 University Road. If you’re joining us at Wagamama, you can get parking validated and pay only $10 for the evening. (For both prices, you need to enter the garage after 4 pm and leave by 3 am.) The Democracy Center is not wheelchair accessible. Doors open at 7:45 pm. When you get to the Democracy Center you’ll see a sign on the door that says QK (we won’t spell it out for discretion reasons). Just knock and we’ll let you in.

Cost

Suggested donation at the door is $15 , more if you can, less if you can’t. We’re keeping it a little flexible because we want our events to be affordable by all; if you can afford to donate a bit more, please do! Tickets are available conveniently online from New England Leather Alliance at the flat discounted rate of $10. At the door, we accept cash only.

What to Wear

Please arrive dressed so discreetly they think we’re having a Bible study in this awesome venue. That way, they’ll ask us back.

About Us

Queer + Kinky is a Special Interest Group of the New England Leather Alliance. Our events are open to people 18+ of any gender who self-identify as queer, and to allies of the queer community. Check out our FetLife Group.

RSVP

Rsvp is optional, but recommended. It reserves your spot, plus it helps us in planning. Just tell us “yes” or “maybe” using our handy GOOGLE FORM.

See you all soon!