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Some other BDSM groups existed, but none were rope-specific, and very rarely did they organize public and openly kinky events.
“Tie-Up,” which was launched in August 2017, was Shanghai’s first regularly held public rope workshop.
Many young Chinese citizens feel caught in a vice: Although they live in an increasingly sexually liberated world, their conservative and authoritarian government warily eyes sexual self-expression and organized underground communities.
Most of the Wednesday students are newcomers—foreign and local—and Huahua, who is ethnically Chinese but was raised in the United Kingdom, switches between Chinese and British-accented English as she teaches the ABCs of how to bind someone.
Some of the young learners are artists, interested in the aesthetics of rope; others are longtime BDSM practitioners.
But many just come for a class or two to spice things up at home.
The subculture is not welcomed on China’s internet.
After studying under professionals in Japan—the talent pool in China was scarce—he began organizing his own events in Shanghai.
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