Kinky Cassie

Described by her husband as Dominant hetroflexible man stuck in a woman’s body, Kinky Cassie has been in a loving and evolving female-led 24/7 M/s relationship since 2005. Cassie is co-founder of Touch of Flavor which produces online education, live classes, and conventions. She has been teaching and presenting since 2008. She has been featured in several publications such as the Examiner, Brain World, Ozy, and Men’ s & Woman’s Health. She founded and currently leads a non-profit social group for kinksters living in the Northern MD/Southern PA area, and takes an active role in several other organizations throughout DC, VA, PA, and MD.

Kinky Cassie's Workshops


Making Open Relationships Work

Even though open relationships are more socially acceptable than ever, information on how to have them successfully is scarce. If you hang out with people who practice open relationships you’ve likely seen a good portion of them fail. You may have even had your share of rough patches yourself. Add these things together and you may be wondering: can open relationships actually work? Of course they can! Every type of relationship (open or monogamous) has it’s own unique set of challenges. Open relationships are no different.
So if you’ve ever found yourself:
Confronting overwhelming jealousy.
Struggling to trust your partners.
Worried about being abandoned when an open relationship fails.
Facing judgement from your friends, coworkers, or biological family.
Stumped with how to balance time and commitments between partners.
You’re not alone! If you are in an open relationship you are inevitably going to face one of these obstacles, and many more besides. But don’t fret! With the right tools you can overcome these obstacles and have the extraordinary relationships that you deserve.
So join me for a class that will give you the secrets to overcoming these hurdles and making open relationships work.

Type of workshop: Lecture, Discussion


Of Mommies and Madams: Keeping it Kinky after Kids

Let’s face it; living with kids in the house is not exactly beneficial to carrying on a dynamic of kink or power exchange in your home. Life is fundamentally one big balancing act, and in few places is the need for balance as apparent as in trying to reconcile these two utterly important and yet seemingly incompatible parts of our lives. Is it possible to keep your lifestyle hidden from your kids (and should you)? Can play and sex continue like before? Is honesty really the best policy? Come join us as we share our experiences, talk about lessons learned, and open the floor for questions and discussion.
We will be discussing the impact of children on the following kinky topics:
* Power exchange.
* Sex, play, and other activities that produce loud noises.
* Polyamorous relationships and play partners.
* Answering the difficult questions – truthfully.
* Staying involved in the community.

Type of workshop: Discussion


Sharing is Caring, the Art of Co-Topping!

You have a play partner who is really interested in playing with the both of you, and you are ready to team up as the Dungeon Dynamic Duo. It sounds really hot, but you get no farther than negotiations before you and you co-topper are tripping over each other. It’s awkward. Not only that but your teammate is stealing the show and making you feel like Robin…. You're not Robin, you’re Fucking Batman! Why did you ever decide to co-top anyway? Take a breath and slow down; when it comes to scening, 3 doesn’t have to be a crowd. We will teach you how to negotiate before a scene and maneuver during it so that you, your bottom and your co-topper buddy can all walk away getting satisfied.

Type of workshop: Lecture, Discussion