This week in kink, October 16th, 2016

Los Angeles: The dungeon Threshold, a member run, non-profit play space has made the decision to no longer host their Ravage party. One of many monthly events the venue hosts is different being the only members only, twenty one and over BYOB party thus officially making Threshold an “alcohol free” dungeon. The decision was met with some controversy and was no as board member Boogie was quoted in a recent email to all Threshold members, a “unanimous decision.” He also stated that, “There was a vast majority of support for the belief that allowing alcohol at our club was not consistent with are attempts to spread a message of safer, sane and consensual play.”


San Francisco: The Armory operated by Kink.com has brought their controversial haunted house back this year. Escape: Hell in the Armory is supposed to be their most terrifying yet! We sent a Kink Weekly reporter to check it and will have a review of the experience up in next week’s issue, that is if she survives doesn’t get too scared!


We’re on the road this week at Kink Weekly heading back to New Zealand for a bit. anniebear and I will be attending the Auckland Fetish Ball and couldn’t be more excited to catch up with a few of our kinky kiwi friends we met last year. We’ll of course have a full review for you!

-Dexx

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Comments

  1. That sad to hear. I’ve never been to threshold and hearing this makes me wonder.

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