Bathroom Etiquette Workshop – Watersports & Enemas Description:
There are so many taboo things that kinky people enjoy, so many that walk the fine line between good taste and too far over the top. This Bathroom Etiquette Workshop intends to walk that line while discussing watersports and enemas.
We will be discussing two of the taboo activities that the instructor enjoys – Watersports and Enemas. Each activity will be discussed in detail, dispelling the many myths that surround each and providing good, solid information so that you can decide if it’s something you want to try. We will look at realistic risk profiles for each and assess the potential benefits (if any).
There will be an in-depth look at the historical use of enemas as punishment, as well as the myriad of enema recipes that have developed over the years, what they do to the body and why they’ve come about. We will look at many angles of how to incorporate enemas into your play – humiliation, forced retention, repeated enemas, large volume, colon tubes, etc.
When we discuss watersports, we will not only talk about how to incorporate it into your play but ideas on how to get past a shy bladder for Tops – something that can hold many people back from trying this form of play. Scene ideas will be offered as well as preparation suggestions – dietary changes that can affect the taste of one’s ‘nectar’.
There will also be a wide variety of gear to look at, showcasing different styles of enemas, urinal devices and more.
Please note that live demonstrations may not be available in all areas – because of the taboo nature of these activities, not all venues are comfortable with live demos. They will be provided where possible.
Also, note that we will not be discussing scat play or the consumption of scat – this is an activity that the instructor feels has too high of a risk profile to teach, but is very YKINMY-OK about it.
Bathroom Etiquette Workshop Length:
This class runs for 3 hours, including discussion and demo time (if available)
This class can be shortened slightly, especially if demonstrations are not permitted.
Bathroom Etiquette Workshop Details:
This class is best suited to groups of 10 – 25 people.
The workshop can involve demonstrations on live models. If nudity or the taboo nature of the class is an issue, this part of the workshop can be left out.
The Bathroom Etiquette Workshop – Watersports & Enemas is presented in gender-neutral terms, in recognition that not all people conform to a gender binary. References to specific genitalia are minimal and medical terms are used when needed. This class is a safe space for LGBTQA people, attendees are expected to respect that.
The Bathroom Etiquette Workshop – Watersports & Enemas has an optional PowerPoint presentation, to help visual learners. A screen and projector are required for this option.