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Hot Squirming - Erotic Humiliation Play: The Why. The How. The What To Avoid.

Why are people turned on by being embarrassed? Why do people fantasize about erotic humiliation? Is this a style of play you’ve struggled to understand? Do you want to understand how to do this well and avoid disasters? What are the potential psychological ramifications? What's different for a one-time scene vs. playing with your life partner? Emphasizing emotional safety throughout, Midori will explore a wide range of play from light teasing and embarrassment to serious humiliation.

What’s the difference between a healthy and constructive scene and one that is destructive and harmful?

She will share with you a unique model she’s developed to better understand and create an experience that is hot for all the players involved.

Are you trying to better understand this difficult subject? Have you questioned yourself on your desires or ability to make another squirm? Or have you ever secretly wanted to be put on the spot or shown how really naughty you are? Then this class is for you!

This is a lecture style class with disucssions and visual examples. Yes, you will witness the real deal, a live humiliation scene, as part of this learning experience.

5:30pm Doors open for check-in
6pm - 8pm Instruction
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About Midori: Dan Savage calls Midori “The Super Nova of Kink”! She is an artistic visionary who has touched lives across the globe with her expertise in sexuality, personal fulfillment, and kinky adventures. Using her “head-heart-hands” methodology she facilitates tackling challenging topics and creating space where people are allowed individual self-exploration. Her incredible passion is fully on display in her transformative small group intensives, including Rope Dojo ®, ForteFemme: Women’s Dominance Weekend Intensive and Make Hot Play Happen. For more information on her upcoming classes and events, please visit:


Start Date: 
Sunday, July 9, 2017 - 17:30 to 20:00