In acting, a “triple-threat” is someone who dances, acts, and sings. What is it called in rope when someone ties, models, teaches, produces, manages, and still has time to write about the psychology of the experience of kinbaku?
They’re called Gorgone. She talks about her unique experiences both as a bottom and a top in this interview with some amazing perspectives on pain, presence, connection, as well as the scary items in her rope bag. She also talks more in depth about her new projects, working with the amazing Ren and also being part of Cirque Shibari.
This podcast literally has something for everyone, whether you’re new to rope, a professional rigger, an experienced bottom, whatever. Gorgone’s pleasant and expressive answers give a lot of eye-opening ideas about the experience of rope and the community as a whole.
Many thanks to the sponsor of this special edition of the Ropecast: Karma Rope! Their pay-what-you-can model is a new way to be able to afford quality jute and hemp regardless of your budget, and they are a fantastic way to try out “the gold standard” before investing in more expensive dyed and twisted ropes.
Check out this episode!