*This event will be offered only at Folsom Street Community Center in San Francisco. No online tickets will be available.*
Curious about rope bondage, but don't know where to start? Looking for a chance to connect with the SF rope community? Since 2010, Rope Bite San Francisco has provided a welcoming, all-inclusive social venue for meeting fellow rope lovers and practicing your bondage skills. All you need to attend is an interest in rope!
If you don’t have your own rope yet, don’t worry – we’ll have loaner rope you can use, and there is great rope available for purchase at (link: https://www.wickedgrounds.com/ text: Wicked Grounds) online or on site. We’ll also have handouts on safety, and teach a short class with some basic techniques at the beginning of the event.
For more info on what to expect, free online educational resources, and links to related events, see the official Rope Bite group on Fetlife: https://fetlife.com/groups/14363
**About your hosts**:
RachelKi is a rope switch and aerial artist who has performed and presented at events across North America.
MissBaston is the always curious rope nerd who enjoys sharing positive kink community info.
$10- $35 in advance. Please pay at the level you can comfortably afford.
We offer a sliding scale, so that cost is not a barrier to attendance.
The regular ticket is $20. This is what most people should pay.
The $10 ticket is offered for those for whom the regular ticket would be a barrier to participation.
Have a great salary? Feeling generous? Paying at the $35 level allows us to make the discounted ticketing available to others who need it.
So - that's it! Choose the level you can comfortably afford.
If cost is a barrier at any point on the sliding scale, please use the Volunteer List at the bottom of the listing to request a scholarship seat.
In SF, this class will be held at the Folsom Street Community Center at 1286 Folsom St, between 9th & 8th Street.
Please do not attend in person if you have any respiratory symptoms whatsoever. Anyone displaying signs of respiratory symptoms may be asked to leave, regardless of vaccination status.