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Finding Real Commitment Through BDSM

God bless the fetish community. Their unwavering support of the scene and their steadfast, fanatical determination to dress up in skin tight latex dotted with holes for various body parts to slip out of are proof positive that following your passions wholeheartedly is a beautiful fucking thing. (If only we all had that kind of resolve…) And when they throw a party, well, by golly, they sure mean it. They’re not just going to put on a nylon shirt to gather under a flickering strobe light and mindlessly toe-tap to some DJ spinning records. No, they’re going to bust out the nipple-clamps, the thigh-high, shit-kicking boots, the war paint, the crotch-less leather chaps, all the manic panic money can buy, and they’re going to make a big damned deal about it. And think: Most people fuss about dressing up to go to dinner. Pussies.

So it goes without saying that Friday night’s Electro Sexual Party at Studio A (60 NE 11 St., Miami) is going to be a big damned deal. Not just because EBM/TBM/Industrial/Aggrosynth/Scary-As-Hell Norwegian band Combichrist is going to be literally ravaging the joint with the help of its internationally renowned Combichrist Army. It’s because the fetish party surrounding the concert, replete with a “cyber sexual electro fetish playground,” whatever monstrosity that is, will be body rocking from 8 p.m. until 8 a.m. Now that’s commitment. Tickets cost $25. Call 305-358-ROCK, or visit www.studioamiami.com.

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