Who should attend?

We have broadened our welcome to explicitly include all people who identify as female, as well as genderqueer individuals who feel comfortable in female-centric space. We ask that all attendees be at least 18 years of age. If you fit this description, and are new to BDSM or new to the Seattle BDSM community, please bring your questions or just sit and listen. If you are an experienced player, bring that experience as well as your opinions and stories to share with new folks. The WWC is a group effort!


 We meet for brunch on the 2nd Saturdays of every month, from 11am to 1pm.


The Wayward Coffeehouse, 6417 Roosevelt Way NE, #104. Look for us at one of the big tables in the back. There is limited parking under the building (enter off of he alley) or park on street.

PLEASE NOTE: this is NOT the same as the Wayward Café!

What should I expect?

Brunch! Eating and talking. We will have an hour of facilitated discussion followed by an hour of relaxing and social conversation. The discussions hour may include introductions, announcements (events, kink opportunities, etc.), member interviews, group discussion, answering questions, and helping people discover and connect with resources; the social hour will be open discussion and random silliness.

What should I wear?

Dress for WWC meetings is casual. Fetish wear is not particularly appropriate for our meetings, as sad as this makes us.

What about privacy?

A reminder: Not everyone is "out" about their interest in BDSM. Please don't pressure people to give you their name. Merely introducing yourself to a new person can make them feel that they need to respond in kind, so make it clear that they don't need to tell you their name. We will often provide an opportunity for members to introduce themselves to the group if they so desire.

A note to men:

The WWC is intended for all people (18 years of age or older) who identify as female, as well as genderqueer individuals who feel comfortable in female-centric space.  We are not a dating service, nor are we in need of "serving boys." Requests relating to either of the above will be cheerfully ignored. We wish you the best of luck in your search!