As spring begins to move towards summer, Seattle's nickname of The Emerald City becomes more and more apparent each day. With the birthstone of May being the emerald, it seemed only fitting for this month's rope to pay homage to Seattle's glittering green.
Emerald City comes out of a week-long triple dye process with shades of peridot, modavite, and of course- emerald. Touches of citrine and jade create highlights and lowlights to this multi-faceted color combination.
Just like these gems, Emerald City is a rare find that won't last long!
10% of proceeds from Emerald City will go to Seattle's Urban Rest Stop. The Urban Rest Stop provides a clean, safe and welcoming facility where individuals and families experiencing homelessness can come and use restrooms, laundry facilities and shower. Services are provided at not cost to patrons at three locations around the Seattle metro area. Learn more about The Urban Rest Stop at UrbanRestStop.org and the Low Income Housing Institute at LIHI.org
Renowned bondage expert Chanta Rose corrects the many misconceptions about bondage and introduces the intensely stimulating world of kink.
Unlike other books which cover a wide of positions and ties, Bondage For Sex focuses specifically on penetration-compatible ties with blistering-hot photography and step-by-step instructions.
It's common to hear rope bondage can be dangerous, to be aware of safety risks, and that rope is versatile and adaptable- but rare to see much more than a passing comment in many books. Better Bondage For Every Body fills that information gap, and then some.
And if you’re a rope bottom who’s curvy, male, 40+, transgender or non-binary, or you have a special physical condition like fibromyalgia, you’ll get helpful ideas tailored just for you, gathered from bondage lovers spanning the globe.
Better Bondage For Every Body doesn't teach you how to tie, but how to tie and be tied safely and more enjoyably. A must-have for any rope-lover's library.
Summer in Seattle has us gazing across the sound towards the deep blue seas. It is from the ocean depths that we draw July's Color Of The Month.
10% of proceeds from Deep Sea will go to the Coral Restoration Foundation.