Deepening Your Submission with Auntie Vice

Mar 20th
7 PM - 9 PM
  • Hosted by Black Thorn
  • 28 people on the list-

This class helps individuals of all races, genders, sexual orientations, and kink experience learn tools to deepen their own submissive practices. Whether you are relatively new to submission or are quite practiced at it and looking for new ways to practice and explore this side of the slash, the class will have something for you.

Submission is more than just being on the receptive end of fetish play. This class helps you understand the psychology behind submission's appeal and helps you discover your "why." Additionally, if your current version of submission is not the best fit and you want to figure out ways to find what really works for you and partner(s) and what doesn't, this class is for you!

The class includes:

  • Exercises to help define what submission means to the individual
  • Ways of dispelling myths of submission.
  • Writing mantras.
  • Meditations.
  • Journaling for writers and non-writers.
  • Yoga and workouts.
  • Goal setting.
  • Self-care.

Students leave with a free workbook and resource list.

About Auntie Vice:

Auntie Vice (all pronouns) is a kink writer and educator. She has a BA in psychology and a Ph.D. in Political Psychology. For the past six years she has been working as a freelance writer and educator focused on kink, adult sexuality, gender, and disability. Her work includes two nonfiction kink books (The Big Workbook for submissives, Love Letters to a Unicorn), her blog, a podcast (Fat Chicks on Top), dozens of erotic stories and novels, and storytelling performances.

She approaches kink from the submissive perspective and works to discuss all genders, races, sexual orientations and abilities in relationship to power exchange and kinky play. She is agender, queer, kinky, and disabled.