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Top Five Sexiest Halloween 2013 Hotspots

It's fine being sexy every day, but sometimes, it's a bit much. Like sexy breakfast with morning breath and eye snot? No thanks. However, things change around October 31. The slut shammers stop their hollering, and ladies and dudes hitch up their drawers to celebrate Halloween, the most sensual holiday.

Fishnets, boy shorts, pasties, corsets that push ta-tas up to chins or banana hammocks, body paint, and even dudes in mini skirts that can pass as belts: we can and will bare it all, not giving a flying "what" about what people think. So, in honor of the horny, we've put together a list of the five hottest Halloween spots. Just a warning: This isn't for the slightly prudish. Seriously, folks. Channel your inner sex god/goddess and get ready to let go.

5. Roof Top Resort

The only nudist hotel in South Florida is probably the steamiest spot to hit up this weekend. Not to mention, the website specifies that the undressed can grace the place with their naked behinds ("anywhere and everywhere"). The party may start on Halloween, but ends November 3rd, providing plenty of time to bare all your bits. Oddly, this party place is hosting a costume contest.

Halloween Decadence Weekend at Roof Top Resort. October 31 to November 3, 1215 North Ocean Dr., Hollywood. Call 954-925-0301, or visit rooftopresort.com

4. Trapeze

What's sexier than a swinger's club? A swinger's club during Halloween, of course!

Ghouls Gone Wild, 8 p.m., Wednesday, October 30, and Black Widow's Ball, 8 p.m. Thursday, October 31 at Trapeze, 5213 N. State Rd. 7, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-730-8121, or visit trapezeclub.com.

3. Dexter's Kill Room at Delux

Whether this night took its theme from the killer thriller show, Dexter, not, we're still feeling tingly about the festivities. There's a sexiest horror costume contest which can get ya a grand in prizes, and nothing screams "Halloween sexy" like cold, green cash.

Dexter's Kill Room at Delux, Thursday, October 31, 16 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray. Ages 21 and up. Visit Facebook.

2. Dracula's Lair

Be ready to indulge in every Halloween-themed erotic, wild, twisted fantasy. But be careful when you say it out loud -- you may be punished with a spanking by Dracula in his lair. That is, unless you like it like that.

Dracula's Lair at Wilton Manors. 6 p.m. Thursday, October 31, 2266 Wilton Dr. (NE Sixth Ave.) Fort Lauderdale. Visit themanorcomplex.com

1. Asylum Halloween Party

Out of every sex themed fete on this list, Il Bacio's Asylum Halloween party sounds the most tame, but not actually lame. We like to think of it as a not-so-in-your-face sexy that offers a boozy kind of appeal. There's 2-for-1 drinks for guys and free bevs for ladies. Oh, and there's another thing that'll psych you out: people parading in sexy costumes.

Asylum Halloween Party at Il Bacio Restaurant & Lounge. Thursday, October 31, 29 SE Second Ave., Delray Beach. Ages 21 and up. Call 561-235-9742 and Facebook.

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