I know that community, feedback, and support for your D/s relationships can be transformational, and I feel strongly that these things should be accessible to everyone who wants them. I strive to make it so that money is not a barrier to participating in my group classes or private lessons. For this reason, I reserve some sliding scale spots for working class students in all of my classes.
I believe that teachers and artists deserve to make a living wage. For this reason, the number of sliding scale spots I am able to offer is limited. Please be mindful that if you sign up for a sliding scale spot when you can truthfully afford the standard rate, either on your own or with help from family or friends, you are limiting access for others.
Here’s how my sliding scale works:
The scale has three tiers. You choose where you fall, and what you pay within that range. I don’t require any explanation. Select your cost according to an honest assessment of your class background, current financial situation, and what you’re able to pay.
(Thanks to Eli Conley for giving me permission to use some of his sliding scale language.)