Leave your momma at home. This Las Vegas macramé class on Sunday is definitely not for the faint of heart or those that want to learn to craft a mere plant holder.
No, in this class participants will learn how to make chest harnesses, rope corsets, crotch ropes and even rump bindings. We kid you not.
The higher learning class will be led by Lee Harrington, who has been tied to the BDSM community for more than 14 years, and has written books on the role of ropes in bondage play.
Submissive students will learn the erotic knotty art in pairs, and must provide their own rope.
Rest assured, what you learn here won’t come undone- no matter how much or how loud you moan.
The class will be held this Sunday, March 7, 12:30 p.m., at the Erotic Heritage Museum, 3275 Industrial Road, 702-369-6441; $25 ($20 in advance).
What do exotic and erotic Strip show performers do when not strutting their stuff in Las Vegas? Strut some more, of course.
The 96-seat Onyx Theatre in Las Vegas, housed in the back of a sex show in the Commercial Center, is a fitting space for a new show called “The Art of Prostitution “
However, “Prostitution,” created by Wassa Coulibaly, a dancer in Cirque du Soleil’s “Zumanity,” isn’t just about the physical aspects of the oldest profession.
Coulibaly, raised in a Muslim family in Senegal, says not all prostitution involves sex. She considers “any love relationship that isn’t unconditional love” to be prostitution.
“There’s so many type of prostitutes. Prostitution doesn’t just happen on the street corner, it happens in many forms. When something is repressed, sexuality come outs in a distorted way,” says Coulibaly.
The performers for the show come for a variety of other Strip show, with the play beginning after they Monday shows, usually at 1 a.m. on Tuesdays at the Onyx Theatre, inside The Rack, at 953 E. Sahara Ave., Unit 16. $20 admission. More info: www.onyxtheatre.com