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‘Haunted Dungeon Party’ this Sunday at New York Bondage Club!

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New York Bondage Club

Haunted Dungeon Party

7 – 10 p.m.

AFTER PARTY 10 p.m. – 1 a.m.

 

NYBC says:

We’ve transformed Paddles into our own unique Dungeon with tricks and treats all night long. We will have a giant spider web, a mummy’s coffin, fluorescent body painting, a spanking bench, dripping candles and much more.

Arrive early and in costume, a mask or full leather, rubber or fetish gear, and you get into the club for only $10. Invite your friends and enjoy the night.

This party is a great way to experience a little bit of everything. Our guys are here to cater to your likes. Spend a few minutes tied up in the web, get a glowing design on your chest, ass or wherever, feel hot wax on your abs, get yourself wrapped up, mummified, and placed in a coffin. Wander behind the maze and get surprised. Lots more stuff to try too.

Or just come and enjoy the decor. BYOB if you want, or we have a soda bar. Free munchies and treats, or is it tricks you want

Stay for the After Party until 1 a.m. for free.

Don’t miss out on this party. We have lots of new guys that have been invited and we hope you are there to enjoy the party and Experience IT!

 

For the New York Bondage Club, click HERE

 

 

Houdini museum exhibit

This site is all about putting men in physical restraints that they cannot get out of.  But every year at Halloween, I like to pay tribute to someone who took delight in being able to defeat such restraints. That person is the great Harry Houdini, of course. He died on Halloween in 1926, at the age of 52.

Although he got locked up in handcuffs and strapped into straitjackets to ESCAPE from them, there was also an element of exhibitionism and homoeroticism in his performances. He sometimes even stripped — to his underwear or even naked — before he was locked up. And, he was also smokin’ hot.

This year, there is an exhibit at the Jewish Museum here in New York City, featuring vintage photographs and memorabilia from Houdini, including those pictured below:

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To learn more about the Jewish Museum’s Houdini exhibit, click here.

And if you are not in New York City, take heart. After March 27, the exhibit will travel to Los Angeles and San Francisco — and then to Madison, Wisconsin, of all places!