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Cyber Sex Party

Dear fetishists, lube up your latex, get excited: Fetish Factory doesn't have just one but two incredible things to tell you. And one happens to be something new, the other old -- always there to please. Let's start with the new, because new is exciting: Fetish Factory's first Alter Ego party of the year will be Cyber-Sex. Oh, yeah, that's a new theme. You get to come up with a whole new brilliant outfit to go along with it. Be robotic. Be futuristic. Be "cyberesque" -- but please don't wear your computer.

Secondly, the unstoppable parties are returning home to a familiar haunt -- FF's reclaiming old territory. It's going to be something very special -- it's a homecoming for kinks. For many of you who were in the scene ten years ago or maybe just a couple of years ago, the locale the Saint and/or Purgatory may ring a bell -- or remind you of a certain spanking. Now, the space has been renovated and is called Karu Nightclub (1000 W. State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale). We are promised a wide dance room, an area for those to lounge, and we get to go outside. And the patio is -- wait for it -- covered. The separate areas will each have a different soundtrack, and there will be bars (plural), so the liquor will flow. How much do you think an android can drink?

It's $15 at the Fetish Factory store on Oakland Boulevard, $15 online, or $20 at the door. As always, FF seems to find us free parking. Visit
Sat., Jan. 14, 10 p.m., 2012

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