Hot sex events this week: June 17-23


Compiled by Molly Freedenberg

Satan's sultry songstress joins bawdy burlesqueteers at Friday's Hubba Hubba Revue.


>> MythFits
Elan, Leah Lakshmi, Piepezna Saramarasinha, and Luna Maia queerify classic myths in this series hosted by the legendary Michelle Tea.

Wed/17, 6pm. Free.
San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin, SF


>> "Love and Sex in the Spin Cycle"
The Marsh presents Lambeth Sterling's comedy concerning relationships, dating, marriage, and The Secret.

Wed/17, 7:30pm. $10-$15.
The Marsh
1062 Valencia, SF
(800) 838-3006


>> Frameline
The annual international LGBT film festival presents too many sexy, sensuous, thought-provoking, gender-bending, identity-questioning flicks to list (though I'd love to see Berated Woman, about an Orthodox Jewish woman who falls for a Christian Aryan Supermom). Check out the website for dates, times, and descriptions.

Thurs/18-June 28, times, locations, and prices


>> Slinky Summer Tour of SF Strip Clubs
Slinky Productions hosts its award-winning walking tour of North Beach "gentlemen" clubs, this one open to couples. A professional exotic dancer will guide you through SF's sexy history, host an elborate dinner at Chinatown's infamous House of Nanking, and take you to Ruby Dolls, where you can pick up your own slink-a-licious outfits to take the magic home.

Fri/19, 6pm. $99/person or $190/couple, including club entrance, two drinks, and dinner.
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>> MILF Fiction, Cougar Poetry and Cheeky Granny Literature
Anna Reed, author of Sleeping around Craiglist, hosts an evening of erotic readings about mature women and the carnal adventures they crave.

Fri/19, 6:30pm. Free.
Good Vibrations Polk Street
1620 Polk, SF
(415) 345-0400


>> Sizzle
Follow the white rabbit down the deep, dark hole at this Alice in Wonderland-themed version of Femina Potens' monthly event. Don a costume and have stay for tea with Robin Akimbo, Meliza Banales, Lorelei Lee, and Sadie Lune.

Fri/19, 8pm. $20-$25.
Femina Potens Art Gallery
2199 Market, SF
(415) 864-1558


>> Hubba Hubba Revue: Sideshow!
Step right up for a carnival-themed night of burlesque, comedy, music, and other vaudeville delights, featuring Devil Doll, Diamond Daggers, Sister Kate, Sparkly Devil, and more strange-tastic performers performers than you can twirl a tassle at.

Fri/19, 9pm. $12-$15.
DNA Lounge
375 11th St, SF


>> Uniforms
B&B hosts this monthly event at this leather bar, featuring go-go studs, a bootdog on duty at the bootblack stand, drink specials, and more.

Fri/19, 9pm. Free.
Chaps II
1225 Folsom, SF

>> Snap-a-licious
Kick off Pride Week with Ginger Snap's monthly event. This go-round features Miss Nix, Pinky Maraschino, Holly DeVille, and Melody Grooves, with dancing to DJ Lambchop the rest of the night.

Fri/19, 10pm. $5.
Deco Lounge
510 Larkin, SF

>> Penny Arcade in Old Queen
The international super star, cultural icon, and creator of 10 full length performance pieces, including Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore! presents a memoir evoking the magic and memory of the gay men who raised her.

Sat/20, 5pm; Sun/21, 7pm. $15-$35.
The Marsh
1062 Valencia, SF
(800) 838-3003


>> TantraPlay
Deepen intimacy on all levels with your chosen partner at this introduction to the place where Taoist sexual wellness meets Buddhist, Hindu, and Western tantric principles.

Sat/20, 11:30am-6:30pm. $130-$160/couple.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 255-1155


>> Ask our Doctors: All about Anal
Dr. Carol Queen -- sex educator, author, and activist -- discusses assumptions and attitudes about anal sexs, then teaches tips and techniques that'll have you heading for the back door.

Sun/21, 6pm. Free.
Good Vibrations Valencia
603 Valencia, SF
(415) 522-5460


>> SF Jacks
Jack off in the company of like-minded men at this loose, semi-spontaneous event held second and fourth Mondays as a place for creative peckerplay. The rules: mandatory nudity, jack-off play only.

Mon/22, 7:30pm. $7.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 267-6999


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