CBT Workshop (Cock & Ball Torture)

CBT Workshop Description:

Cock and Ball Torture is surprisingly popular among people who possess them. Considering that while growing up, most of us were taught that you just didn’t hit boys (or other people with penises) there, it can come as a bit of a shock when your partner (play, romantic or otherwise) actually wants you to do so. This CBT Workshop will teach you how to engage in play in a way that is as safe as possible and enjoyable for all involved.

In this workshop, we will learn the intimate details of the penis, testicles and scrotum, including the medical terminology for the good old stick and berries, the function of the anatomy and how to avoid damaging it. We will follow a philosophy of hurt, not harm and practice R.A.C.K – Risk Aware Consensual Kink for this workshop.

We will discuss and demonstrate various ways to punish these genitals for having the audacity of being on the outside of the body, through sensation, bondage, impact and other interesting methods (or terrifying – depending on which side of the genitals you’re on). We will talk about the use of household ‘pervertables’ as well as commercially available toys so that CBT can be economically accessible to everyone.

Enjoy torturing innie’s too? Check out the Pussy Torture Workshop or the combined Genitorture Workshop

CBT Workshop Length:

Total class time is 3 hours

This class can be condensed into a 2-hour workshop if needed (please ask for details)

CBT Workshop Details:

This class is best suited to groups of 10 – 25 people.

The workshop generally involves demonstrations on a live model. If nudity is a problem, limited demonstrations can be done on a toy.

The CBT Workshop is presented in gender-neutral terms, in recognition that not all people who have penises are men. Medical terms for genitals are used during instruction, as well as some gender-neutral slang terms like “junk”. This class is a safe space for LGBTQA people, attendees are expected to respect that.

The CBT Workshop has an optional PowerPoint presentation, to help visual learners. A screen and projector are required for this option.