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Dominants' Munch

There's a lot of meet-ups, sloshes, munches, gatherings, etc. of kinky folk in the Greensboro-Winston-High Point Triad area. There have been ones for polyamorous folks, littles/age-players, leather folk, and general BDSM interest. But there's never been something specifically for the D-Types in our community.

So... Fetish After Dark is sponsoring a munch.

For those of you not in the know, a munch is a social gathering in a public place without any fetish-wear or play. It's just a bunch of like minded folks getting together at a restaurant, having a meal, and talking. Often, it's more socializing than talking shop, and it's a good way to get to know your community in a safe and healthy way.

And we talk a lot about the support that submissives' require before, during, and after play, but we don't talk about the fact that dominants often require similar care. There's also preparation, stress, equipment, sanitation, protocol structure, and a wide variety of other things that are often considered to be the "job" of the dominant. That's a lot of work. Thus, we'd like to get together once a month to just socialize and make supportive connections.

So, if you're a dominant or switch and looking to connect to the local community, we'll be having it the 2nd Thursday of the month. Location TBA on our calendar in January.

This is also the start of a yearly program to provide support and education for our D-Types in 2022.

We hope to have a retreat in the spring, and a series of classes this summer.

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