Guru Sean

Bio

Sean Philips has been a professional body piercer for over 20 years and involved in hook suspension and heavy modifications for almost as long. He has been bringing that experience into kink through various means of edge play following RACK protocols for over a decade and is excited to spread that knowledge through teaching.  Sean’s favorite part of kink is the immense trust the bottom give the top to keep them safe. Out of respect for that trust, he prides himself on knowing how to do incredibly dangerous things in the safest way possible and that is also what motivates him to teach and share these lessons.  Sean like to say he is NOT a sadist, he is just a people-pleaser who happens to have a gift for making people happy in wonderfully horrible ways.

Classes and Events

Oct
27
Sat
Bloodborne Pathogens and Universal Precautions for Kink
Oct 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Bloodborne Pathogens and Universal Precautions for Kink

A lot of us would never consider having unprotected sex with a new partner, but woudn’t think twice about using a single tail that can draw blood on a first play date. If your play involves any sort of body fluids, or you play in public spaces where other’s play does, you should take this course. There is a lot outdated and flat out incorrect information when it comes to the proper protocols for dealing with bloodborne pathogens in our community. In this class I will teach the most up to date and thorough ways to not only protect ourselves and our partners, but those that will share space with us as well. Even the most experienced kinkster will likely learn some valuable information from this class. Included in this class will be downloadable notes and links to suggested equipment.

Class Type: Lecture
Participation: Solo

Oct
28
Sun
Above the Ring: Innovative Temporary Hard Point Construction @ Williamson 1
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Above the Ring: Innovative Temporary Hard Point Construction @ Williamson 1

We all know a chain is only as strong as it’s weakest link, but do we all know how to spot the weakest link? In this class we will focus on the links that are often taken for granted, the links above the ring. We will discuss various methods of creating a functional and safe hard point from natural objects (such as tree limbs) and man made objects (such as ceiling joist). We will go over proper use of sling straps, carabiners and other commonly (mis)used climbing gear. We will discuss how to use block and tackle pulley systems in way that we can safely and quickly raise our lower our bottom(s) and more using tried and true techniques developed by mountain climbers, rescue teams and professional stage riggers. Included in this class will be downloadable notes and links to suggested equipment.

Class Type: Lecture
Participation: Solo