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Updated: Apr 11, 2022 17:43
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This sounds pretty sexy if you have any inclination towards hot people being tied up. I know I do!

The fine people over at sent me a little bit of info aboutFête de Kink:

The party is targeted towards people with little to no experience with Kink or a kinky lifestyle. It’s an event that allows people to experience that world in a comfortable, safe environment. It’s artistic and erotic instead of something like Folsom that’s balls out BDSM.

This coming Sunday will be our biggest Fete de Kink we’ve ever had. We’ve been doing them about every six weeks since last October in the Armory Club and have sold out every event. Since we outgrew that space, we’re moving to Harlot and upping our guest numbers.

This time we’re having a double suspension rope bondage performance (that, again, is artistic and erotic with no nudity). Our rigger is Fivestar who has been doing this work professionally for Kink for five years.

Sounds dope right? You can learn more and buy tickets here. Otherwise enter below.

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