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Words by Bennett Cordon 28 May Suzy and Captain Max help others unlock their sexuality. Image by Alex LeGolvan. Bonoboville images by Alex LeGolvan. Images courtesy of pleasurechestla. Image courtesy of snctmofficial. Known for their wild and provocative choreographed show, The Hollywood Men put on risque and sexy entertainment geared for women. Images courtesy of thehollywoodmen. Image courtesy of skirtclub. Say what you will about this place, but the Playboy Mansion is Los Angeles history.
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The Mayan Theater in Los Angeles, California is a landmark former movie palace, now performance venue and nightclub. Since Threshold has been a kinky family dedicated to exploring BDSM and other forms of kinky play in a safe, sane, and consensual atmosphere. In Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California, near Beverly Hills, the mansion became famous during the s through media reports of Hefner's lavish parties.
Toggle. In. Up. Your Guide to Erotic Los Angeles. Treading through the salacious streets and sex clubs of LA starts with two words: education and consent Words by Bennett Cordon 28 May Los Angeles has an erotic pulse that subliminally bridges the need to conduct ourselves like civilized people and the urge to fuck in a park in stark daylight.
When push comes to shove, sometimes we need to free our inner sexual beasts from their cages. But how and where? Navigating the erotic playground of LA can be daunting. Not all avenues of exploration are created equal. Regardless, from strip clubs to swinger parties and old-fashioned one night stands, Los Angeles knows how to play. But what you really need is someone to show you around.
Enter Dr. Suzy and Bonoboville, the first place you should start when it comes to exploring sex and sex ed in LA. What is Bonoboville you ask? The Dr. Suzy call home and educate on sex in West LA. After a successful show run on HBO, renowned sex therapist Dr. Susan Block and trailblazing publisher Pr. Maximillian R. Lobkowicz responsible for early works of Charles Bukowski and Hunter S. Thompson, among others embraced the peaceful and highly sexual lifestyle of the bonobo ape and sought to create an environment where people could be themselves through educational conversation, theater, music, comedy and of course, sexy parties.
Currently a membership-based service, the institute will open your eyes to more than just sex and help you understand how expulsion of hate and violence are important pillars in which to promote peace. What it boils down to is this: would you rather fight or have sex? Simple choice, really. But beyond Bonoboville, where else to explore? So make sure to do your homework and see where best fits you. Sex positions with Dr. Image by Unscene Abe. Get Citizine Updates Here.
Somehow sex always seems more alluring when adorned with glamour and money. These soirees are for the bi-curious or those who already have experience in experimenting with their sexual fantasies and pleasure.
It is a group where people with one foot out of the closet can seek out like-minded people and play out their curiosities. Mass Pleasures LA is both a way for you to test the waters and rock the boat. They offer classes on giving the best blowjobs, tantric massages and even digital sex classes i. While most events are hosted on-premise, there is a verification process for you to get access to all of them, which includes an interview process.
This is for safety reasons, of course. Think of it as a club peppered with sex. Club Joi is geared towards the party environment and focuses on couples and single ladies. Images courtesy of Club Joi. The focus here is men for men. Uninhibited and curious guys may want to start with this place rather than venturing into an unknown late night soiree. Women only. With so much of the focus in LA already on men, female-centric women will be pleased to discover venues like The Skirt Club.
The venue encourages freedom of expression where bisexual and bi-curious women can be themselves without the inhibition of male pressure. Originally started in the UK, the club has already expanded overseas. With Miami and New York in the rotation, Angeleno women will be pleased to know, the venue is on the horizon. If fetish is what you fancy, as in vampires, BDSM bondage, domination and submission, sadism and masochismfantasy role play, horror and more, here are a few places in LA to tap or slap into the scene:.
Fetlife is an online social network where those with kinky leanings go to connect with their local community that have similar interests. No matter the theme of the night, expect plenty of kink: fire and spark play, spanking stations, and gyrating nymphs.
Visit Swoon Entertainment's Facebook for their next event. Prefer the dark and decadent side of life? Threshold, a non-profit organization, is a BDSM club that educates those curious about alternative sexual activities. The facility includes seven themed rooms, each of which are stocked with toys and dungeon furniture. Their site has calendar of classes and events, like the upcoming Carnal Carnivale.
If all this talk about brazen copulation makes you want to hide under the covers snuggling George the giraffe for comfort, no worries. Take it nice and easy with just a smidge of sexy at these tamer spots:. Looking to feed the voyeur artist in you? The models are dressed up real sexy or as the Dr. Sketchy site says: various stages of undressbut not in the nude. Hosted by variety arts performer Bella Luna, creator of The Red Light Revue carnival spectacle for The Hollywood Fringe Festival, the classes invite professional and amateur artists a chance to hone their skills on uninhibited flesh.
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