Enemas: Pleasure or Punishment Workshop

Enemas are firmly in the category of taboo play, but they can be a very versatile tool for a Top to use. They can be used to give both pleasure and discomfort, making them both a reward and a punishment.

Many people find the filling of the colon with water to be pleasurable. They enjoy the feeling of fullness it gives and the release when it’s time to expel. Giving a pleasurable enema is a skill. As with many things, there is a fine line between pleasure and discomfort. Learn the difference so you can get the result you’re looking for.

There will be an in-depth look at the historical use of enemas as punishment as well as their role in historical medical procedures. The myriad of recipes that have developed over the years, what they do to the body and why they’ve come about will be examined as well. We will discuss how to use enemas for punishment and how the technique differs from those used for pleasure.

We will look at many angles of how to incorporate enemas into your play – humiliation, forced retention, repeated, large volume, colon tubes, etc.

Enemas: Pleasure or Punishment? Workshop Length:

This class runs for 1.5 to 2 hours, including discussion and question time.

Want more taboo play? Check out Marking Your Territory: Watersports, Piss Play & Golden Showers or combine the two for Bathroom Etiquette: Enemas & Watersports

You can also include the enema component in the Medical Play Intensive

Enemas: Pleasure or Punishment? Workshop Details:

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

The workshop can involve demonstrations on live models for some aspects. If nudity or the taboo nature of the class is an issue, this part of the workshop can be left out.

The workshop 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.