Masters and Slaves Together NYC Notes

On Sunday, October 2nd, I attended Masters and Slaves Together, NYC Metro:

They are a chapter of Masters and slaves Together International (I really do dislike the lower case of Slaves, I always capitalize all positions in my writing, or none.)

At the end of the meeting, they mentioned that the Secretary was not present, and thus there would be no minutes posted.

I offered to post my many pages of notes online for them to use and reduce down to minutes if so desired.

Thus, instead of only posting my notes to their list, I have decided to post them on here.  I have 7 moleskin books full of notes from sexuality, teaching skills and spirituality classes and speeches I have attended over the years.  I began the practice of using these specific notebooks on my way to Berlin and London in 2006.  A few months later I began systematically noting at the top of each set of notes what the class/speech was, who taught it, and when/where it was.  I cross-reference these notes when I write, as well as my folders/filing cabinet of notes/handouts/resources, plus my library of books on these topics, when writing… that way I can try my best not to mis-quote- a bad habit of mine I’ve had on and off.

So, enjoy!

Click each file to enlarge.  Notes (c), but copy left’d for your use 🙂



Lee Harrington

Lee Harrington is an internationally known sexuality, relationships, and personal authenticity educator. Having taught in all 50 states and in 6 countries, he brings a combination of playful engagement and thoughtful academic dialogue to a broad audience. An award-winning author and editor on gender, sexual, and sacred experience, his books include “Traversing Gender: Understanding Transgender Journeys,” and "Sacred Kink: The Eightfold Paths of BDSM and Beyond," among many other titles. He has been blogging online since 1998, and been teaching worldwide since 2001. Welcome to his world, and your chance to expand your mind and heart alike.

One Comment:

  1. Love the notes, thanks for posting them. FYI – Don’t know if you have a smartphone, but if you do there’s a free app called CamScanner that basically lets you use your phone as a document scanner, turning images into searchable items. Also allows cropping, etc.

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