Peer Rope Helsinki every Friday
PEER ROPE STARTS AGAIN 1.9.
Peer Rope is a space where we learn from each other. You can attend regardless of experience level. You don’t need a partner to attend, but it’s a good idea to find one in advance to ensure you get to do some tying.
Peer Rope Helsinki is organized every Friday 7-11 pm at Eskus (Sali I), Puhdistamo, Suvilahti, Helsinki. We have rope to borrow.
To ensure a safer space, we ask you to be on time. We will close the doors when the starting circle starts at 19.05 and will open them again after the introductions have been done.
Peer rope has a secret Facebook group. Send a message to Ceci Ferox on fb to be a part of the group after you have attended Peer Rope.
Are you a newbie?
Welcome to our colorful group! We organize special newbie nights that make it easy to join. You can also come on regular or theme nights.
If you feel socially awkward, like many of us do, it's totally ok to bring a friend.
One admission: 5 e – 5x card: 20 e – 10x card: 35 e
Peer Rope Helsinki is a safer space.
- Leave your ego at the door <3 – This is a safer space for all genders, sexualities, backgrounds and switching. Don’t assume others’ identity or history. Racist, sexist, homophobic or other oppressive behavior is not ok.
- Respect others’ intimacy, personal space, boundaries, and closets. Don’t talk about who you saw doing what at the event.
- Ask before touching, but don’t harass even if you want to touch really bad. Give people space when they are negotiating, playing, and doing aftercare, even if they are your best friends.
- Photography is not allowed except on photo theme nights. Anyone has the right to voice their disagreement with taking photos in a space they are in and require not to be on any photos, and this will be respected.
- Do not take any open containers with liquids inside the practice room due to parquet floor.
- Don’t drink (or use drugs) and tie.
- If something doesn’t feel right, please speak up. If you see something that looks dangerous, contact a staff member.
- Share knowledge and get inspired!
Breaking of rules leads to: 1) a warning, if continued 2) removing the rule breaker from the space, if continued 3) banning the rule breaker from the space.
The organizers of Peer Rope Helsinki have the right to change these rules between gatherings. Organizers also have the right to decide on any other rule breaking penalties than the mentioned if suitable, when e.g. the subject of the wrongdoing asks for a different way of action.