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The New York Bondage Club is going stronger than ever

You can join the men of the New York Bondage Club tonight — and every Sunday night:

New York Bondage Club

The New York Bondage Club says:

“Each week we play and have new guys coming to the party and getting into kinky fun. Some are first-time visitors, others have been there before but haven’t played, and of course many play all the time. Some come for a free massage, others to get off in the back. Some get naked, some just in underwear, and some stay dressed. You can chat at the soda bar, or get frisky around the club. Experience your fantasies. Don’t be shy, tell the guys what you want. That’s what makes the club work. See you on Sunday.”

The fine print:

“You must be over 18 years of age to come to the club and have a valid state ID in order to attend any of our parties. Please remember that no drugs or alcohol are allowed in our space.”

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Photographer Mark I. Chester: Street Sex Photos and Other Perversions

For those who are in Palm Springs, LeatherSex Conversations, presented by the Desert Fetish Authority, are held the first Friday of every month. On Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, Mark I. Chester will present “Street Sex Photos and Other Perversions,” which is described by organizers as 40-plus years of images from San Francisco’s gay radical sex underground.

Mark I. Chester

 

“Mark I. Chester’s work work is politically provocative, artistically taboo and socially conscious,” an announcement from the Desert Fetish Authority says. “In documenting his life, Mark has also documented these tumultuous times in San Francisco, giving a glimpse of the people and times that we have lived through. One focus of this presentation will be Mark’s new project, Street Sex Photos, which documents gay men being sexual on the streets of South of Market in San Francisco.”

The presentation will take place Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, from 7-9 p.m. at the LGBT Center of the Desert. It’s not to be missed, if you are in Palm Springs!

Details on the event available here.

Desert Fetish Authority official site here

Desert Fetish Authority

Samurai Art Museum in Berlin delves into Hojojutsu rope bondage

If you are in Berlin, you might want to check out a presentation, “Hojojutsu, the warrior’s art of the rope,” taking place on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 7 to 8:30 pm at the Samurai Art Museum.

Quote: “Using hemp ropes, Hojojutsu taught soldiers and policemen how to tie up and control prisoners during arrest, transport, capture and interrogation. In medieval Japan, where ropes symbolized a connection between the material and spiritual realms, hundreds of aesthetically refined rope-tying techniques thus came to be developed and respected not only the religious beliefs of the times, but also took into account the Confucian sub-division of society into castes.”

Then, on Sunday, Dec. 8, Yanagi Berlin will host a “practical introduction” to Hojojutsu with author Christian Russo, author of a book on the subject:

japanese rope bondage

 

More information about the talk and practical introduction available here.

Author Christian Russo’s Facebook for his book is available here

This Sunday and every Sunday in NYC: The New York Bondage Club!

If you are a local guy who wants to check out the bondage scene, or if you are an out-of-town visitor looking for some fun, be sure to visit the New York Bondage Club, which meets for play every Sunday night.

new york city bondage play party for men

Men of all ages, shapes and sizes and — all experience levels — are welcome. You can join in on the action, or you can just watch! You owe it to yourself to go at least once!

Check out their website get more information, and to see some of the action that goes on:

pictures of men tied up in bondage

Save the date: Memorial service for Andrew Harwin

Andrew Harwin, who died recently, was a member of Inferno, Delta, GMSMA and many other organizations. He was one of the organizers of the popular Folsom Street East block party here in NYC. There will be a memorial service for Andrew on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the LGBT Community Center in New York. It will be a wonderful opportunity to reminisce, to connect with those who knew and remember Andrew, and to help celebrate his life.

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