Monday, July 22 2019
11:00am - 1:00pm

Don’t Be That Guy: Etiquette In the Dungeon
A Foundations Class

This class will be held at the Wicked Grounds Annex, just next door to Wicked Grounds at 293 8th street. If you have any trouble finding it please ask a Foundations member at Wicked Grounds or ask one of the friendly baristas.

If you are new to Foundations:

You must have a sponsor to attend a Foundations class. If you already know a current Foundations student you can ask them to sponsor you. If you need a sponsor the easiest way to get one is to come find us at our meet-and-greet held each Monday before class at Wicked Grounds (289 8th St. San Francisco) from 6:00-6:30 pm. We’ll be the people wearing the black Foundations t-shirts and/or leather vests.

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Cost: Suggested donation of $10-$15

Dress code: Whatever makes you feel comfortable. Street wear before entering.

Please be early or on time. Doors open at 6:30, class starts promptly at 7:00. Doors are closed to entry with the start of class.

Class Description:

Don’t Be That Guy: Etiquette In the Dungeon

A humorous, but impactful discussion of dungeon (and life) Do’s and Don’t’s.

We all crave connection and community. And sometimes “starting” a few simple things and “stopping” a few simple things can make the difference in watching your network expand.

In this class, be prepared to laugh, discuss, interact and walk away with some simple (interpersonal) tools and toys to put in your toolbag.

Presenter Bio:

Cadet Hilary D. is a graduate of the Journey 2018 and a current Cadet in the SF Leather Quest Class of 2020, Crucible. She has been in the kink scene for a number of years and has experienced many of the joys a dungeon has to offer – and she has seen the flip side as well.

She has a strong service heart and believes deeply that leather is, at its core, about authentic human connection. She also believes that the discussion of challenging topics can be facilitated through well-placed humor balanced with respect.

While she enjoys teaching, she sees herself primarily as a facilitator of topics and a broker of connection.

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Upcoming Events
July 29th: Whips/CP
August 5th: Oops, We Hit A Landmine
*events are subject to change

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You must be over 18 and present a valid photo ID to attend class.

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