B.A., The Evergreen State College, 2000
Lee Harrington is a passionate spiritual and erotic educator, gender radical, eclectic artist and published author and editor on human sexuality and spiritual experience. He is a nice guy with a disarmingly down to earth approach to the fact that we are each beautifully complex ecosystems, and we deserve to examine the human experience from that lens. He’s been traveling the globe (from Seattle to Sydney, Berlin to Boston), teaching and talking about sexuality, psychology, faith, desire and more since 1995, and has no intention to stop any time soon. Along the way he has been a brainy academic, a female adult film performer, a world class sexual explorer, an outspoken philosopher, and an award winning author and artist. Check out the trouble he has been getting into, as well as his many books, audio classes, videos and more over at www.passionandsoul.com.
Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry
Latest Publication Title
Modern tools of BDSM, fetish, kink and erotic adventuring have roots that go far back into history, tools that have been used for reaching altered states of consciousness, creating spiritual epiphanies, and changing lives.
In Sacred Kink you will explore and find practical tools involving:
- Negotiation, Communication and Aftercare for Sacred Kink
- Catharsis, Top Trances and Exorcising Personal Demons
- Ordeals, Earning Leathers, and Ending Relationships
- Energetically Transmitted Diseases and Solo Sex Magic
- Creating Ritual Play Spaces and Dedicated Tools
- Developing Rituals for Dominance and Submission
- Pain Processing and the Dialysis of Desire
- Erotic Shapeshifting and Possession Workings
- The Spiritual Calling of Mastery and Slavery
- Kink and Chemistry Ethics
- ...and so much more.
Whether you're a seasoned explorer or have never delved into the depths, you hold in your hand a roadmap, a set of keys, and an invitation to journey on your own path of Sacred Kink.
How did Evergreen help you in your career?
At Evergreen I learned far more than how to write a grant or examine the histories of cultures I was both part and apart from- I learned how to listen. By listening to the collected tales of our world, doing oral history work, reading, discussing, and also listening to truth I carried in my being, I was able to take far more out of my years at Evergreen than a degree. I learned to challenge myself and the world around me.