Electrical Play (E-stim) 101


Erfarings niveau for deltagere: Intet erfarings niveau nødvendig

Hvad skal du medbringe: Ingenting


English Version

E-stim involves using what amounts to jacked-up TENS units for pleasure and/or pain. Many women who have experienced e-stim have compared it to being “fucked by a ghost.” In E-stim 101 we’ll discuss safety/health concerns related to e-stim, move on to equipment considerations, then conclude with a live demonstration.

These are the two “entry level” power boxes we’ll be using:

ErosTek 232

ElectraStim SensaVox EM140

To quote some attendees from previous demos:

“Thank you so much Eibon for the wonderful demo!” – MistressLizTN, organizer, Naughty Knoxville

“It was truly a pleasure to meet you and watch you and your lovely toys at ‘work’!” – Tymkeepr

“Had a wonderful time! Thank you so much for providing this opportunity!”- Kiongakyu_Gone

“Eeeeep to everyone!!!! Great demo! giggles” – VeralynnWildfire


Requirements for participants: None, no prior experience with electrical play is required.

What to bring: Nothing



Kin Convention Underviser
After spending several years living in Europe while serving in the US military Eibon (pronounced “eye-bon”) returned to the States and began an informal study of the dark side of the mind, which consisted of everything from learning about CIA mind control experiments to studying the linguistic stylings of Charles Manson.   A late-night encounter with a submissive young woman he met online in late 2005 piqued his curiosity about BDSM.   In 2006 he officially entered the scene, by late 2007 he had purchased his first electrical gear and was off and running, giving demonstrations not too long after.

Known for bearing a sadistic grin and frequently accused of “evil” he created the IdahoBDSM website, has had his writing featured in SECRET Magazine from Belgium, appeared in shadow to talk about the lifestyle with Boise CBS affiliate KBOI-2 for their “A Little 50 Shades – Boise Style” feature in May 2013, and appeared on Playboy TV’s “Undercover” in August 2016.   His presentations range from the serious to the absurd, often reflecting the energy of the audience.

One local (Boise) attendee said of him: “You have an intensity that keeps me glued to my seat and forgetting to breathe. :)”

An attendee of Thunder in the Mountains 2015 had this to say: “You really were an inspiration to me that weekend. You were the first person I was able to have conversation with that made me see how normal this all is and how much society could benefit from a little letting go.”

ul, and I don’t know how to say a proper thank you.   I feel so lucky.”