It is with heavy heart that I announce yet another closure in San Francisco’s cultural landscape. I just heard the news that Doc’s Lab has permanently closed down. While I have yet to see an official announcement, there are no shows on it’s calendar. That is pretty good indicator that
If these skintight rubber fashions and the NSFW tag above pique your interest, you’re perhaps tempted to attend SF fetish fashion events like RubbDown ‘15 or International Ms Leather. And you’ll surely look fuckin’ fabulous in those shiny, clingy outfits that so prominently emphasize the precise dimensions of your boobs and/or junk.
Here is our enlightening and funny interview with the lovely Polly Superstar, author and founder of Kinky Salon. In it we discuss sex parties, her new book, and fucking in front of your friends! Enjoy! If you dig this make sure to subscribe to our youtube channel so you can watch the
The very first “The Kinda Late Show with Broke-Ass Stuart is coming up SO soon! It’s is going down at Doc’s Lab on November 19th! And the best part about all of this is that our guests for this first show are DOPE! Check them out: Kari Byron (formerly of Mythbusters) Polly Superstar (Sex Culture
The newly released book “Polly” is a true ‘memoir for the boudoir’, detailing the fast times, debauched morals and life story of Kinky Salon and the creative superstar behind San Francisco’s favorite and longest-lasting sex party. The book rolls out Sunday night at the Center for Sex and Culture event Sex
I’ve got some pretty awesome news! On Wednesday, November 19th I’m debuting a brand new live “late night” show called The Kinda Late Show with Broke-Ass Stuart. Imagine all the late night shows you’ve ever seen (Letterman, Fallon, Leno, etc.) but with a distinct San Francisco slant. Now take that thing
I don’t want to live in a world where I can’t receive intimate photos of a lover’s ‘cash and prizes’, and widespread sexting and oversharing are probably with us to stay. But people, we’ve got to be vigilant about sexting intelligently to avoid personal risk. In the above selfie, we