Power Exchange relationships is a consensual relational dynamic when a partner decides to either give up or get control of authority.
Master/slave? Dom/sub? Owner/property? Gorean or Taken in Hand? Or something you have defined yourself? No matter what your style of Power Exchange, they count.
Unconferences are attendee-driven conferences where content for sessions is driven by participants. Since attendees both propose and present content for the unconference, the material is relevant to what attendees want to hear about and discuss. An unconference looks like organized chaos at the beginning but by the end of the
Request topics and workshops on issues that you want to hear about, or present something – either a facilitated discussion, a workshop on a specific skill, or a lecture on a topic you are familiar with. It’s up to you! And don’t worry, even if you’d prefer to sit in the back rows, you still get to help decide what topics get covered, so the workshops are sure to be relevant to your interests!
Can I teach a class?
You can propose a class, workshop, or facilitated discussion. We will match what you propose with what people are looking for. Last year, all submissions were presented.
Can I sit out a session?
What is the cost?
$29 covers everything during the unconference. This ticket includes a discount to a seperate play party happening that night.
Are there any rules?
What if I don't have a power exchange partner?
No problem! If you are just power exchange curious, looking to meet other power exchange people, or hoping to explore it one day, you are welcome!
Diversity and Inclusion Policy
The Power Exchange Unconference seeks to be a welcoming event for all people. Below you’ll find some comments around our views and policies around diversity and inclusion, as well as venue specific information.
The Power Exchange Unconference is held at the Columbus Space for Alternative Self Expression. The venue rules and policies can be found verboten here. All venue rules apply to the event as well.
Code of Conduct for the Unconference
Attendees are expected to be cordial and treat each other with respect regardless of gender, race, color, creed, ancestry, place of origin, political beliefs, religion, marital status, disability, age, or sexual orientation or preference.
Also, attendees are expected to be cordial and treat each other with respect regardless of relationship styles. Other peoples decisions to practice a type of power exchange is for them to decide and should not be disparaging or insulted.
Diversity of Speakers and Topics
The nature of an unconference is that it is participant-driven. This means you, the attendees, will select the speakers and topics. We hope a varied and diverse slate will be picked; the event does not decide.
ADA accessibility of the venue
The Columbus Space is fully ADA accessible. Rules regarding service animals can be found on the venue’s website. Please contact us if you have specific questions.
Sign Language Interpretation and hearing assistance for sessions
We are unable to provide audio equipment (microphones, speakers) for each speaker/class leader. A sign language interpreter can be available if requested at the time of ticket purchase.
Gender Neutral Bathrooms
Gender-neutral and Gender-specific bathrooms are provided
The Columbus Space is a 19 and over facility and thus does not have a nursing area.
Due to a generous donation, we have two free tickets available to this event for someone who would not be able to afford the event otherwise.
If you’d like those tickets, just send an email to dananddawn @ eroticawakening dot com. If more than two are requested, we will hold a random drawing.