Welcome to the Ritual Chamber Toronto
The Ritual Chamber BDSM dungeon exists to provide a place where real people of all walks of life can explore their fetish and kink fantasies in a risk-aware, sane and consensual manner. If you long deeply for submission, vulnerability, surrender, fetish, restraint or intensity get in touch with us today. Our practitioners crave the control as much as you want to give it up!
Our Toronto fetish studio features five theme rooms custom designed to the smallest detail to create realistic settings within which to explore your fantasies. The private, clean, upscale play space that you wished existed, but couldn’t find. Until now…
Looking for a Toronto dominatrix who can provide skilled, safe, sane, and consensual play? Our professionals are hand selected by Headmistress Shahrazad for their commitment to co-creating empowering BDSM experiences. Want to meet our team? Step inside...
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A fun event with a super-relaxed vibe, excellent food, drinks and the company of like-minded kinksters. No painting skills necessary!
So many of us fantasize about chastity, whether as an occasional spice or a main part of our relationships. In this class we’ll talk about the gear options, the mental options, and how to do chastity safely with people with penises.
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To an outsider, it may appear that the Dominant partner in a D/s relationship is the one who carries all the responsibility: the submissive consensually surrenders aspects of control to their partner, and it is the Dominant's responsibility to wield this control with compassion and wisdom rather than abuse it. However, just as a submissive should never be expected to offer their submission to a Dominant who practices BDSM irresponsibly, we too run the risk of expending our energy on relationships with submissives who are irresponsible in their submission.
Thanks to the internet, professional BDSM services are more accessible to the public than ever before. While this is an excellent development, it has left many wondering whether contacting a Pro is a feasible option for “someone like them”.
It is a rare adult who, when confronted by life’s endless responsibilities and heavy decision-making, HASN’T at some point thought to themselves, “Gosh, I wish I were 5 years old again. Or 3.” The allure of going back to a time when (at least theoretically) one’s basic needs were met, when one didn’t have to think or choose but could snuggle up with a teddy bear and nap knowing that an attentive caregiver was nearby, is understandably appealing. Despite this, the ABDL (Adult Baby/Diaper Lover) fetishist remains one of THE most misunderstood individuals under the vast BDSM umbrella.
Once upon a time, in an episode of How I Met Your Mother, Jennifer Lopez, playing a fictional author of a dating self-help book, declares that she can break any man with one simple word: “No.” While obviously the hyperbole is core to the comedy, there is something to be said for how much more we want something when we’ve been denied it.