The first time
Are you considering coming to our activities, but you're still feeling a bit anxious? Then this is the page where we tell you what to you can expect. We'll map it out for you by giving you some answers to the pressing questions you might have.
What kind of added value does Kajira have to offer?
association has two main goals. On one hand we attempt to make the topic of BDSM more socially acceptable and bring students
together to discuss it, on the other hand we'd like to give students a
place where they can talk freely and be themselves, without having to hide behind
a mask, worrying about what others might think.
Apart from that we are more importantly a tight-knit group of friends, just like many other student associations, except that our close and warm crew is more open-minded than the average student. The added value thus consists of three pillars: you'd be helping a societal emancipation movement, you get a chance to talk freely and be yourself, and thirdly, you'll be included in a whole new welcoming circle of friends. Trust breeds trust, anyone looking for genuine friendship will receive the same in return.
What happens on these activities? What can I expect?
Usually, we give a clear depiction of the activity in the description. When it says 'an evening of interesting conversation in a pub', then we are actually going to that pub to chat. This also means that when the words 'gangbang' are nowhere to be found, we are not planning to strip you of all your clothes (which the owners of the pub probably wouldn't appreciate either).
This basically sounds pretty tame and actually, it is. So don't worry too much about it and simply come by to see for yourself!
Furthermore, we don't expect you to bring or wear anything special to these activities unless it's clearly stated in the activity's description (for instance clothes that can stand a little mud for sporting in the park). So when you come by, simply wear what you'd be wearing to class, or to get your cornflakes in the supermarket. You should, on the other hand, bring your student card, should there be any doubt regarding you still being a student (yes, we will check).
If anyone's insecure about talking in group straight away, is it possible to meet with one or a few people beforehand?
Or course! If you're interested in a personal conversation before joining us, for whatever reason, it can be arranged. All you have to do is fill in the contact form or send us an email/find us on Facebook and we'll take care of it! If you have any ideas to make dropping by for the first time easier on you or other people then we're also very open to suggestions. Please let us know!