We are building a platform for creative expression and exchange with the aim to go beyond the limitations of everyday life. We welcome members of any persuasion, may you be gay, straight, bi-, try- or omnisexual, male, female or beyond such boundaries, we want you all!
Kinky Salon is not a sex party, it’s a sexy party! It is a safe space where everyone can experiment with their boundaries at their own speed, communicate their desires and display their imagination in a sexy and refreshingly ridiculous way.
We are a not-for-profit community run entirely by volunteers, driven to set up a spectacular backdrop for your gorgeous presence. Music, lights, performers, the works! Every Kinky Salon Party has a new fabulous theme, and a frisky dress code to go with it. We urge you to contribute to the space with your imaginative costumes, and by interacting with each other and our wicked games and installations. Be silly, be smart, be outright absurd, be impossible to understand or incredibly accessible, but above all; be the party!
Want to join the fun?
Sounds interesting? As we are a private community and would love to know you better before inviting you to join us, please:
a) take a good look around this website and make sure you read both our Code of Conduct and the description of the PAL system which all our members must agree to
b) send us your introduction in order to become a member – we would love to welcome you into our community! Don’t forget to send a pic (not to judge you, just to know that you’re human).
Events are members-only and details will be sent out to members’ email addresses only.
Last but not least: if you want to get involved even deeper and help us running our events by becoming a volunteer, then please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KSB crew
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