Friday September 22, 2017 | 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Sponsored in part by the Society of Janus and the San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance, our biggest event of the year is going to be even bigger than ever before! Our third annual all-genders party that kicks off Folsom Street Fair weekend just so happens to coincide with the Exiles’ 20th anniversary! Stop by before your evening party, or make us your party!
Indulge with Emcee Girl Kim Croteau in this evening full of hotness. Enjoy delicious refreshments, raffle prizes and hot demos & performances:
–Ms. Cat’s Musical Predicament of Saranique.
Come lay your eyes upon this beautiful musician whose allowed herself to be placed in such a predicament by Ms. Cat! Awe in her seducing pain as she plays the classical flute while pulling against her stunning hook piercings. Not to be missed!
Assisted by: Arianna & Katlyn.
Also to delight your senses, we have:
– Entertainment from Little Bad Daddy, Kippy Marks, Drag Kings, and a special Bootblack strip-tease by Mr. San Francisco Leather 2017 and IML First Runner-up, Geoff Millard
-Bondage and rope done by the beautiful Ms. Tatiana
-Remarkable silent auction of leather goods and BDSM delights
-Sumptuous spread of tasty tidbits, drinks, and (of course) a special anniversary cake
This event is free to all Exiles members, with a suggested donation of $5-20 for non-members. No one is turned away for lack of funds.
Program Meeting Info
- All women (and those whose gender self-identification is other than male) who are over 18 are welcome.
- ASL interpretation available on request. Please contact the co-coordinators at cocos (at) theexiles (dot) org at least a week in advance if you need an ASL interpreter, and one will be provided.
- The program runs from 8:00 to about 10:15pm. with socializing at 7:30
The Exiles is an inclusive and sex positive space for all people whose gender self-identification is other than male, regardless of level of experience. All such people are welcome, and racism, transphobia, classism, ageism, size discrimination, and other forms of discrimination have no place here.
Location: Center for Sex and Culture