So much so that whatever your particular kink or bent might be, there's probably a community or group that will indulge it. And, according to an Arizona
“There are these different facets, like BDSM, impact play, electrical play, or sensory deprivation,” they said. “I think there as many different types of
And this weekend’s Fetishball 2017, which is put on by the AFS, will try to encompass as many of ‘em as possible. As such, the libertine affair will feature any number of kink-oriented displays and demonstrations, as well as plenty of attendees in both fetish wear and freaky costumes.
"We're trying to give someone who attends the ability to experience and witness all these different fetishes and open their eyes,” the AFS spokesperson told Phoenix New T
Industrial sounds and the fetish lifestyle have gone hand-in-PVC-gloved-hand for what seems like ages. It isn’t shocking, considering the genre’s twisted aesthetic, intense nature, and dark deviance lends itself quite well to kinky pursuits, especially those of the BDSM variety.
Peskin says that they’re trying to diversify the amount of industrial at this year’s event.
They'll also have industrial pop band Aesthetic Perfection, local DJ Tristan/Iseult spinning ambient techno and experimental sounds, and such selectors as //she// and DJ $&M of Sadisco* fame, DJ Zander, and Bella Lune.
This year's event will also boast more room to move, more fetish-related performances and demonstrations, a lounge, and an outdoor drinking area. The performer lineup will include Chelsea LaVone, Wild Men Of The West, Betty Blackheart, Rusty the Genderbending Clown, Madam C, and Little Jae Sinclair.
"We're trying to improve the experience and give people more flavors to sample from, be it the performances, the vendors, and the music."
"We really have a gamut of the industrial sound," Peskin says. “We're trying to improve the experience and give people more flavors to sample from, be it the performances, the vendors, and the music."
Arizona Fetish Society's Fetishball 2017 takes place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, September 2, at Club Red in Mesa. Tickets are $25 per person and are available at the door only. Early arrival is recommended.