Friday, July 17, 2009

Fetish Ball Brings the Pain

Posted By on Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 10:46 AM

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All tied up and nowhere to go? Have a closetful of spandex and PVC? Tired of just watching grainy BDSM clips on the Internet? Like playing Dungeons and Dragons - minus the Dragons? Interested in exploring your wild side?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you'll probably feel right at home at Saturday's Marquis Fetish Ball at Supperclub. It's a virtual Disneyland for the corset-and-cuffs/latex-and-leather set, what with a performance by bondage babe and author Midori, a live model casting, beats by DJ Netik, an aerial performance by Evacide , live drawings by Suzanne Forbes, a fetish performance by Satine Phoenix and Athena Fatale, a fashion show by Blacklickorish Latex Design, a "play dungeon," theme rooms, a raffle, and MC the Baroness.

Attendees are advised to come "dressed to thrill" in fetish attire and must be 21 years or older. If that sounds like your ideal Saturday evening out, here's your link for kink.


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