Inspired from works ranging from The Vagina Monologues to 50 Shades of Grey, A Kink in the Cure is an entertaining, thought provoking, and moving performance piece centered on the question “Could Kink and BDSM be used to intentionally help and heal people?”
Join us for this 21+ performance at the Jewel Box Theater at the Harry Mohney Erotic Heritage Museum. Playwright and performer Tim Murray will take you on a unforgettable journey through this ground-breaking work. Immediately following the performance, Aicila Wyles will lead a Talkback so you can ask Tim for all his juicy stories or tell one of your own. Then, you’re invited for informal discussion and libations (open bar!) next door at the Deja Vu Showgirls Bar.
A Kink in the Cure is a live performance exploring the fascinating, and still hidden, stories of abuse survivors who identify as kinky. This multi-media performance is centered on personal stories of survivors who have, with varying levels of success, used BDSM (Bondage & Discipline, Dominance & Submission, Sadism & Masochism) to help cope with past trauma or shame.
This work has been presented at the Seattle Erotic Art Festival, Sin City 8, Amherst College, Cornell College, Blush & Blue, and the 3 Kings Tavern. Additionally, A Kink in the Cure is set to be this year’s feature performance for the sold out AASECT National Conference.
By sharing these stories, we hope to increase awareness and to support other survivors on their journeys.
Join us. Together, we can eradicate sexual shame.
For more information, visit www.akinkinthecure.com
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