Online talk - The Psychology of Kink & Fetish
- Exact online details will be provided after booking
This event is a talk with a presentation and guests can choose to have their webcams switched on or off and remain just listening or ask questions at the end of the talk. This is not a demonstration of kink and fetish practices.
It's great to welcome back this popular talk given by renowned Sex and Relationship Engineer Colin Richards of Intimacy Matters ( Ch 5 TV, Cosmo, BBC, Killing Kittens).
This fascinating insightful talk has been a favorite with Funzing audiences in London, Manchester, and Cardiff since 2017 but this time you can enjoy the talk online, in the comfort of your own home. Join Colin on Zoom and be informed and entertained. You will need to download Zoom and Colin will send the invitation code to you the evening before the event. Tickets available up to 30 minutes before the start.
I have a book that contains over one thousand different sexual fantasies and fetishes. Some are quite simple, some are more complex and adventurous, some are just downright bizarre but all will have a motivation at their core. If you have come across this in a relationship then unless you are both on board with the particular fantasy or fetish it can become an area of conflict and misunderstanding.
In this talk, Colin presents his theories on what he believes influences us to have a sexual fantasy, fetish or kink. This refreshing entertaining talk is mostly taken from his unique field of work as sex engineer, rather than academic research.
We are not born with them so something must influence us to develop them and there must be a reason why we want to experience them. This talk briefly explores the possible biological, psychological and anthropological motivations that could be at the root of our sexual and emotional imaginations and behaviors.
Colin gives insight into real stories about real people who enjoy a fetish or kink and then offers his own opinion, which can sometimes be controversial, that is based on past case studies and his knowledge of the Imago process (Harvil Hendrix & Helen Hunt, Imagorelationships.org). ' The brain has an unconscious drive is to fulfill missed development or to repair the damage done in childhood, or needs not met, by finding a partner or behavior that can give us what our caretakers failed to provide.
- Fascinating lecture
- High profile speaker
- Online Talk
Book Your Spot£12 per adult
Tickets refundable up to 48 hrs before event