So how's this for weird: rich folks get freaky too! Yes indeed, according to our friends at the Bay Citizen, upon the launch of an investigation into her and her husband's possible involvement in an inside trading ring (don't they just always want to get into those things?) Pac Heights lady-who-lunches Annabel McClellan was discovered to be working on the gosh darn kinkiest iPhone app we've ever heard of: My Nookie.
The app allows users to dish down to the nitty-gritty about their super hot hookups, right down to the positions, location of consummation, and partner used and abused. Share the info with your friends and even send de-personalized My Nookie messages to potential partners with purple anonymous avatars performing the sex event you'd like to try with them. Says McClellan (whose lawyer denies her involvement with the app)'s business partner Milly Hanley to the Bay Citizen, “we are housewives, our kids are older now. We were looking for something to do.” Consider your wealth-induced ennui assuaged, ladies! Now onto the sex events.
Women's Community Clinic benefit
What's really, really sexy? A capable, respectful place to nurture your reproductive health, that's what. Join the women of Pin Up Clinic for live tunes and readings by Carol Queen, Lorelei Lee, and Tina Horn, plus a chance to get your 2011 copy of their frisky sexy lady calendar. All proceeds go to the Women's Community Clinic, a place that's more than worthy of your oooh's and aaah's.
Wed/8 6-8 p.m., free
1620 Polk, SF
Little Minksy's Burlesque
For six years, Douglas Good has been holding an SF burlesque show every week – do you know how many pasties that is? His event, Little Minksy's (named after the banned shows that rocked NYC at the turn of the 20th century) features this week talent from Alotta Boutte, Dottie Lux, Kentucky Fried Woman, Bitter Waitress, and more. It packs Club Deluxe every time – so get there early for a good shot of these lady lumps and attentive bar service.
Thurs/9 9 p.m.-2 a.m., $5
1511 Haight, SF
Kinky Holiday Fantasia
Just your typical holiday party here folks, nothing to see: ornament hanging (on bare skin), (living) tree and menorah lighting, jingle bell (boobs), and seasonal (bondage) fashion. More than enough fodder to keep you snickering through your family's sit-down to watch It's a Wonderful Life for the 800th time.
Thurs/9 7:30-10:30 p.m., $15-25 sliding scale
1277 Mission, SF
“Modern Love: A Panel About Open Relationships”
Are we still swinging, San Francisco? Smart money's on hell yeah, particularly if you ask the speakers at this panel on polyamory: Ethical Slut author Dossie Easton will be there, as well as Carol Queen (She. Is. Everywhere.), and Sarah and Chris, creators of Mission Control's KISS play party. Perfect for the seasoned spouse-swapper, or any couples looking to open up their loving arms in the future.
Fri/10 6-8 p.m., free
1620 Polk, SF
Dr. Suess was due for a kinky overhaul, wasn't he? Attire yourself in your Whoville best for this holiday play party, where the pinks and purples of the Mission Control harem rooms will try their best not to clash with all the green and red (let's face it, Judaism has inspired a lot less easily-mimicked pop culture characters, Hanukkah Harry notwithstanding). Like all the other Kinky Salon parties, Whobilation features super sexy talent onstage during the mayhem. On this night of nights, Berkeley's Burley Sisters Burlesque and Ophelia Coer de Noir take to the fore and Skanky Claus will lead all in a resounding session of dirty carols.
Sat/11 10 p.m.-late, $25-35 members and allies only
“Abuse in Kinky Relationships: How to Reveal, Deal, and Heal”
It can be tough to distinguish love's good and bad pain – particularly in the world of BDSM. But peer facilitator-in-training Jocelyn is a veteran of both, and is holding this class to teach about how to identify, fix, and recover from abusive relationships -- in and out of the dungeon.
Tues/14 8-10 p.m., $20
1277 Mission, SF
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