The Pollination and Propagation of
Kinky Salons  May 8, 2015

Have you wondered what it takes to open a new Kinky Salon? I’m currently talking to budding teams in Seattle, San Luis Obispo, Denver, and the beautiful island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s a process that usually takes a few months from the first time I’m contacted to the first Kinky Salon. In that stage the new team gets some training, and the first hurdle to overcome is usually finding a venue. Once the teams are up and running they are autonomous and self-managing, with my role being more as a mentor and coach than a boss. This hands off approach to managing the events means that I don’t need a big team to support the spread of Kinky Salons, it can just happen organically. It takes a lot of trust for me to give the local teams so much power, but the results so far have been indisputably positive. If you’re in a city where there’s a Kinky Salon happening I really recommend checking out one of the local chapters—they feel a lot like Kinky Salon did in the early days. To watch the community come together and fall in love is inspiring.

Kinky Salon Confessions Podcast

We’ve made it to podcast #8. In this episode I have the amazingly talented and totally pervy Rachel Lark on the show. She talks about her theory that everyone is trying to start and orgy and tells us her tragic first time swinger party story. Tune in to hear her fabulous Kinky Salon song and learn about  her current kickstarter which is for a video for her song about period sex called “Warm, Bloody, and Tender” 
Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Player.fm, and Tune In! Please don’t forget to rate the show to help it get better visibility!
If you have some great stories to share about your experiences at Kinky Salon and the surrounding culture please let me know! I’m looking for heartfelt realness rather than titillating tales 🙂

 

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Polly

Polly Whittaker is a 21st century sex culture revolutionary. She has dedicated her life to sexually progressive community, as an acclaimed latex fashion designer, a creator of arty, sexy parties, and a spokesperson for sex culture. Born in London, England, in 1974, she is the daughter of a hot air balloon pilot and a sex therapist. She relocated to San Francisco—home of the sexual revolution—in 1999. Her award-winning event, Kinky Salon, takes place in a dozen cities across Europe and North America. She recently joined forces with Christopher Ryan, Author of NYT Bestselling Book Sex at Dawn to create Kotango.com—a social network for global sex culture.

The Pollination and Propagation of
Kinky Salons  May 8, 2015

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