Welcome

Welcome to the New England Dungeon Society.

The New England Dungeon Society is a pan sexual educational, support and social group.

We conduct regular BDSM seminars, workshops and demonstrations, social events for members and their escorted guests, as well as many and varied special events.

The New England Dungeon Society has been providing a comfortable environment for people to explore bondage, dominance & submission, and their kinkier side since 1992. We are a volunteer organization that depends upon its membership. Please check out the Get Involved page to see how you can help us grow and thrive.

Flogging 201

In this workshop we’ll go beyond where you hit, to what part of the flogger actually lands first. We’ll get into wrapping strikes around limbs, using nontraditional materials, and a bit on front of body flogging. Of course we will also cover the infamous and much loved Florentine (double flogger) pattern. In Florentine, you can strike twice as fast, creating a dizzying visual as well as a super effective pattern of rhythmic hits.

NEDS Annual Meeting

Notice is hereby given to the members of the New England Dungeon Society ("NEDS") that the Annual Meeting will be conducted on April 11, 2014, immediately prior to the regularly scheduled class.

Crafty Collars

This class will teach you the basics of creating collars. In the classroom we have found it helps to use rubber instead of leather. Not only is rubber more cost effective, you also get the added benefit of being able to use it in all forms of play, including water scenes. We hope the knowledge you obtain from this class will also inspire and help you create many other toys and restraints!

Rape Play: from curious about to into in one class

Through force or coercion and independent of gender, rape play can be terrifying and erotic for both the top and bottom. Taking a “how-to” approach this class provides a number of actionable points for students to begin using as they explore rape play. Safety will be addressed with an emphasis placed on recognizing risks and mitigating them to give students a foundation to build upon. By focusing more on practical points than lofty discussions this class is an effective jumping off point for play.