I’ve never really done anything with rope art itself, but I love looking at it. And I think in some instances it can be really beautiful. I’ve had this fantasy of being the subject/model for a rope artist to do his/her thing on me. Maybe for a photographer, or maybe not. I don’t really know how it al works, but I know that I want to be a part of it. I just don’t know the first step.
I had the exact same calling of rope as you. I joined the local rope group and started conversing with the leaders who ran it. I really didn’t want to attend a session on my own (felt like a Larry Loser), although I was encouraged too, as there were other singles that were attending. I opted to find a rope buddy. I spent an afternoon reading profiles (looking for commonalities) and sending a few messages. After conversing with an incredible man, we ended up meeting for coffee a few times, and before long we attended our first session which was very cool!. My rope buddy is now my Sir, and our journey continues across the full spectrum with this Lifestyle, with rope still a love for us both.
while you looking for a rigger to work with spend some time looking up rope saftey. asking questions about protecting yourself. Rope groups will teach you saftey but its always good to get a head start. a bunny needs to know if her rigger is making mistakes. it does not mean the rigger is a bad person. anyone can make a mistake.
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