Review: Sunday Munch London Fetish Weekend by David Bramwell

The London Fetish Weekend proved to be as popular as ever this year, with packed crowds at the club nights and an all-day fair on the Saturday attracting an army of kinksters in regulation black, rubber and PVC (much to the bemusement of the art gallery crowd next door).

But what do you do when you’re all clubbed out for the weekend, your wardrobe is groaning under the weight of polished rubber and fetish toys and you fancy lunch and a bit of a natter in the company of some fellow pervs? Head off to the Sunday Munch of course, which is where I spent a very relaxed afternoon in a venue in Tower Hill.

For those who don’t know, a Munch is an informal gathering of kinksters, where the fetish dress code is not enforced. These events are created to encourage a bit of socialising in the fetish scene, outside of clubbing and ‘play’.

For those who wanted to push their fetish skill-base, three rope workshops were on offer, from beginners to the experienced. Also on offer were were talks on the history of Tijuana Bibles (sex comics) from comic book expert Tim Pilcher and one from myself on fetish rituals.

If you’re into the fetish scene and like the idea of a social get together with fellow pervs, a Munch can be just the ticket.

 

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