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Kink enthusiasts from just about everywhere converge in the center of the city, an area that in the early s housed about three dozen gay and leather bars, bondage gear stores, and sex clubs. As in the rest of the U. More and more, the local kink and homeless communities could overlap. Open since the s, the Folsom Street dive located in the middle of the leather district has become infamous for its cruisey smoking patio, trough toilets, and theme nights with suggested dress codes neoprene!
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2008 San Francisco Fetish Ball
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Local grass fed beef, american cheese, house sauce, shredded romaine, sliced onion, tomatoes, pickles, brioche bun. Make it an Impossible Burger!! Forgotten Hazy IPA - 6. The City IPA - 6. KSA Kolsch - 4. Trumer Pilsner - 4.
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Folsom Street Fair
There was once a time when the hottest, most coveted golden ticket to a Halloween party in San Francisco was to something called the Exotic Erotic Ball , a combination of swinger party, fetish ball, and porn convention that had a thirty-year run as an internationally notorious Halloween attraction. But the Exotic Erotic Ball is probably best remembered for its spectacular flameout, the year the ball was canceled the day before the event , leaving a trail of furious ticket holders, lawsuits, and eventually, a jail sentencing. The website of the Exotic Erotic Ball still exists , and a screenshot is seen above. SFist did not receive a reply to our request for comment from Mann, and phone numbers provided by his associates were no longer in service. A tradition in San Francisco and newly launched in New York, the Ball draws those interested in role play.