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Dungeon Party: 2018 Up Your Alley Friday
July 27, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 1:00 am
Visit our store to prepay or get a “double penetration” discount for UYA and Folsom parties! (For free admission, volunteer for setup, cleanup, or a one-hour door shift. Message firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.)
Up Your Alley (also known as UYA or Dore Alley) is Folsom Street Fair’s younger, dirtier, gayer brother. Release your inner pig/pup/punk and let it all hang out at our Friday night kinkfest! As always, we are simply throwing the party. What you do–or don’t do–is 100% up to you!
Some important stuff: As a KuF (Kinksters under Forty) event, we welcome all “-uF” men (age 18-39). Attendees are welcome to sponsor one or two FaB (Forty and Better) friends, play partners, etc. If prepaying admission online, please clearly identify FaB sponsor/sponsee connections in the ‘notes’ section at checkout; if paying at the door, please arrive together. No refunds are permitted, but if you cannot attend the party, you may transfer your admission, with the above considerations still in place. (If you are looking for an all-ages party, check out SF’s longest-running kink fraternity, The 15 Association.)
Now the fun details!
Friday, July 27, we’re getting sweaty at our new home, the SF Catalyst. Come (again and again) with us!
7:00pm – Tip: the early birds get the lockers. Doors open with an immediate opportunity to workout your mouth and throat. Join us for light munchies, socializing, meeting new kinksters, planning hot times, etc. Our optional orientation at 7:45pm is recommended for newbies. If you can’t make it that early, check out our Guidelines page to make sure you don’t find yourself outside the party unexpectedly.
8pm – Dungeon play space opens–do your thing!
10:00pm – Doors close. If you’re inside, there’s still a lot of partying left; if you’re outside, you missed it! Sorry, no refunds.
1:00am – Play party ends–exchange Recon profiles and phone numbers, suck up those last drops, etc.
If you don’t know many people, or if you plan on coming solo, PLEASE come to the icebreaker before the party. It really makes it soooooo much easier to meet people. We wish it weren’t the case, but at a sex-positive venue, some guys find it harder to say hi to a stranger. What seems like a clique is often just a group that overcame their initial awkwardness because the icebreaker or orientation forced them to talk. At our last few parties, the guys who did the icebreaker walked away with FAR MORE connections than those who missed it. Seriously, come. (We keep using that verb…)
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