Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Tea, biscuits, bondage and spanking

It has been suggested that the popularity of Fifty Shades Of Grey has brought bondage more out in the open

A village hall is to hold bondage classes - complete with tea and biscuits.

Trumpington Village Hall on the outskirts of Cambridge usually hosts WI meetings, indoor bowls and the local Brownies troop.

But next month it will host a series of workshops including "spanking and impact play", "kink on a budget" and "flogging", in an event organised by the group Peer Rope Cambridge.

The online programme for the October 12 event, which costs £10, ends with the note: "We'd very much appreciate it if you could help us to pack up - stack chairs, collapse tables.

"Our maid for the day, Sarah, serves tea, coffee and biscuits."

Sheila Stuart, who represents Trumpington on Cambridge City Council, told the Cambridge News: "I think this is becoming much more common and less hidden with the popularity of Fifty Shades Of Grey, and has brought it much more out in the open.

"Cambridge has a very diverse community, so I am not surprised."

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