We are excited to host
Sir Tee and little kitsune
(He/Her, Him/She | she/her)
Sir Tee and little kitsune live in a long term 24/7 Master/slave, Consensual Non-Consent dynamic. Sir Tee identifies as a Black Butch Leather Person and uses both He/She pronouns. little kitsune is Japanese Canadian Leather woman who uses she/her pronouns. They began their journey in Power Exchange, over 27 years ago, during a time when there was little or no Power Exchange support or education available. They developed their dynamic independently and privately for many years before joining the local communities. This experience has given Sir Tee an appreciation for the support a vibrant healthy, and ethical Power Exchange community can provide.
Sir Tee and little kitsune are the founders and directors of the MAsT: Greater Vancouver chapter in Vancouver B.C., Canada. Together they facilitate regular monthly MAsT discussion nights, monthly Hellfire and aspire discussions (to provide the respective sides of the slash an opportunity to discuss and share with their peers), and host regular munches/socials for the Power Exchange community.
Sir Tee and little kitsune are also the producers of the 2020 and 2021 Pacific Rim Power Exchange (virtual) Conference, have hosted a number of weekend intensives and community fundraising events, and have presented at various events and conferences across Western Canada and the US both virtually and in person. In 2019 Sir Tee was honoured to serve as Head Judge of the Western Canada Power Exchange (WCPE) title competition and in 2018 little kitsune served as judge.
Who will be presenting:
What serves you best?
This class explores the personal challenges of navigating service to the dynamic, service to your person, and service to self (i.e. self care). What happens when service to yourself conflicts with service for your dynamic or your person? In the hierarchy of a dynamic, how do we prioritize self care? Who or what comes first? Regardless of the side of the slash, making self service or self care the priority without our person feeling their core needs or the dynamic are neglected, can be a balancing act. Join us as we examine ways to navigate these challenges.