Pussy Torture Workshop

Pussy Torture Workshop

Pussy Torture Workshop Description:

Internal genitalia presents some unique challenges and opportunities for torture and torment.Understanding the anatomy of the vulva is key maximising your ability to cause squirming (of the good variety). In this Pussy Torture Workshop, we will discuss various features of the anatomy of the vulva which are of interest and how to inflict pain without damage.

We will first undertake the anatomy lesson you should have had in school, to better understand the vulva. We will endeavour to find the ‘elusive’ clitoris (spoiler alert: it’s rather hard to miss). We will learn the difference between the vagina and all the rest. We will also talk about what happens physiologically when a person with a vulva becomes aroused and how that can affect their mental state (but not always!).

We then move onto the fun parts; the practical application of knowledge. We will discuss and see examples of different ways to clamp, hit, stretch, crush and use temperature to do terrible things to pussies that the people they are attached to will love to hate (or the other way around, I can never remember). We will talk about the use of household ‘pervertables’ as well as commercially available toys, so that pussy torture can be economically accessible to everyone.

Enjoy both innies and outies? Check out the CBT Workshop or the combined Genitorture Workshop

Pussy Torture Workshop Length:

Total class time is 3 hours

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

Pussy Torture 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 Pussy Torture Workshop is presented in gender-neutral terms, in recognition that not all people who have vulva’s are women. This class is a safe space for LGBTQA people, attendees are expected to respect that.

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