Chinese-Dutch fashion designer Hu Sheguang has hit all kinds of headlines with a fantastically macabre and fetishistic catwalk show in Beijing this week, complete with fake blood. Fashionistas were treated to long flowing red outfits replete with multiple heads, babies and devil imagery made from PVC, latex, lace and velvet. See the full report here and watch the show here below. We're not joking when we say it's as provocational as anything we've seen on the catwalk at TG.
So when I tell vanillas I've only just met that I'm involved in kink education their response is usually to do that leery eyebrow raising thing, especially the blokodious guys. Five minutes later they're asking me if I go to orgies. Five minutes after that it's usually a question about how to go to them. I then point out it that these events are usually about straight sex, partner swapping and likely to include a bisexual element... then possibly some kink stuff. I then realise they were never really interested in me talking about the kink side...
Well anyway, a little bird tells me a fab event happened last weekend at the Murder Mile Studio in London, so if I were you I'd like their Facebook page to find out more for the future. Although I'm not really a sex-party regular I hear they always get great reviews for their Bi-Kink Club North event. I'll leave you to follow links and message them for details for the next one. Note the venue is also a great perve-friendly location and photography studio.
Weird They're Weird Sex Trends
This was a particularly interesting post detailing current new sex trends including: marinating, the aquagasm, 3D printed, high-end or gender-neutral sex toys... while more realistically including virtual reality, pegging, the 77 position and butt play as less about being new ideas and more about what has risen from the circles of Hades over the past twenty years to be in vogue now in the 2010s. Yes, yes, yes, I guess I could have written that more clearly but I was too busy having an aquagasm.