Desert Fetish Authority News

New Time for Discussion Group!

This Friday is the fourth one of the month, which means that it’s time for the next installments of our Leather/Fetish Open Discussion Group and DFA Night at the Tool Shed!

At the last Discussion Group session we decided to start thirty minutes later from now on so that people have time to grab a meal beforehand. That means that The Discussion Group will now begin at 7:30 pm at the LGBT Center.

DFA Night at the Tool Shed follows it, and will continue to kick off at 9 pm. A great group of friendly guys attend both!

Another learning experience awaits!

Our next Kink Exploroatorium will provide hands-on experience in mummification using materials that are easy to obtain and use. Mummification is a form of bondage in which the bottom experiences the full restriction of being wrapped, but has the option to break out at any time. The kind of experience the bottom has once wrapped is negotiated with the top who is wrapping him.

We will demonstrate the technique of wrapping with plastic wrap and duct tape.  Given we have enough people, we will wrap anyone who wants the experience and who has brought the necessary materials. It takes at least two people to wrap one. It is best to be naked while being wrapped.

 

Bring Your Own Supplies

Materials you will need are: at least 100 feet of plastic wrap, 50 feet of duct tape, four wash cloths, blindfold or a mask, ear plugs, safety scissors, massage table or some place to be laid down comfortably, sheet and pillow if you need one.

 

The Details

This Mummification Workshop will be held on Sunday September 15 from 2-4 pm. The location is the Desert Center for Sexuality Awareness, 71777 San Jacinto Drive Suite 204, Rancho Mirage. The Center is located next door to Planned Parenthood, just west of The River. Your instructor is Nick Tancredi.

 

RSVP

Due to limited space, you must RSVP to attend. Please message Nick at Nicktac@Yahoo.com to see if there's still room!

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This Weekend in San Diego

Our brother Aaron Duke steps down this weekend in San Diego. Wish him well and see who will succeed him! Tickets still available online at romp2013.eventbrite.com/, but only for a day or so!