Kinky Valentines Fun in San Francisco!

Hi,

I will be away from Feburary 13th – 22nd and my adorably sinister and sexy mini mansion and dungeonette will be available for rental. Why not come into SF for kink and fun or stay at my place as something different?

Amazingly fun, right in the Mission near Mission Control/Kinky Salon and very close to the SF Citadel!

You may find my more tame ad with more info HERE

Please contact me directly at eve@eveminax.com for more information or to book!

In love and kink,

Minax

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  1. Ambica
    Ambica says:

    JustinI think the biggest thing here isn’t about how weird this guys ftsieh is or not, I think that the conversation that really should me happening is the concept of consent. If the sneaker ftsieh seeking guy completely consented to engage in this in a public space BECAUSE he likes the degradation then is there an issue? I think the perspective that you might be coming from Davey is that you find the act of tying the sneaker to someones face and parading them around the mall to be abusive? (maybe I’m reading you wrong) Ultimately if this guy was engaging in the sneaker face tying with consent then whatevers, good on him. To say that this is a reason that straight people don’t want to allow gays to get married is 1. Ridiculous and 2. Isn’t acknowledging any of the kinky straight or kinky queer individuals that DO exist in the world. Statistically speaking, A survey on the sexual behavior of American students published in 1997 and based on questionnaires had a response rate of about 8–9%. It results showed 15% of openly homosexual males, 21% of openly lesbian and female bisexual students, 11% of heterosexual males and 9% of female heterosexual students committed to BDSM related fantasies. * This is a small survey but gives a hint of what is going on in the straight community, in just the realm of BDSM, never mind when we start talking about other ftsiehes. Just because the LGBTQ community is more comfortable about talking about our kinks or ftsiehes, doesn’t mean that there are more of us that are kinky than the straight community. Remember, we are a minority so numbers wise there has got to be more straight kinky folks than gay kinky folks just saying.* Elliott, Leland / Brantley, Cynthia, Sex on Campus, 1997, Random House, New York

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