What is Kama Sutra?
Have you tried any of the positions and how was it?
Would you want to talk about it?
Or just to come for a meet and greet and go from there?
Or, talk about a Plan B?
The after parties will be arranged privately among the participants, which further depends on the mindsets and behaviors of and trust among participants. As organizer, I have laid down some rules and preferences to facilitate the establishment of common goals and interests. However, whether these rules and preferences will be followed persistently is up to each participant. I hope the events provide opportunities and venues for members to get to know each other in an effective and efficient manner on the basis of an ethical and open attitude towards sex, love, and relationships.
Relationship building follows the logic of prisoners’ dilemma – to achieve win-win, each must be willing to (and take the risk to hope that the counterparty will also) act based on the common good (e.g. the rules of this group: honesty, respect, and openness). Win-lose may not do you any good over the long term and is certainly a zero sum result for the society (as compared to win-win). Therefore, cooperation, not competition, probably works better for all of us. The economic inequality under which 1% of the population holds majority of the wealth is an alarming example for us to realize this, even if such wealth is accumulated legitimately.
By the way, the group is still new. Participation without too much of an expectation probably won’t lead to too much disappointment either. Only by participating, will you likely be meeting people you'd like to know more about. That said, I would appreciate very much any feedbacks as gifts for me to improve the quality and brand image of this group.