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Nine Freaky Deaky Party People at South Beach Fetish Fete Submission (NSFW)

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So what's it really like inside Submission, South Beach's monthly fetish party at Treehouse? Everything a fetish party is supposed to be -- and plenty more. Lots of leather, chains, ropes, belts, and most importantly, people who know how to use them.

Party organizer Robert Frost gave us a full tour Saturday as we enjoyed breakbeats from one half of DJ duo Jekyll & Hyde. In the back of the club, fetish enthusiast Smoke showed off sex equipment that ranged in price up to $4,000. And this was just the regular edition of Submission; imagine what's in store May 19, when Submission doubles as the official after-party following porn convention Exxxotica.

Here were some of the best sights from an interesting night.

Mr. Steampunk Skeleton could be an understudy in Death and Harry Houdini.

Flapper chic meets Sucker Punch.

Talk dirty na'vi to me.

In this crowd, does "army girl" even register on the fetish scale?

Think she's seen the new trailer yet?

Look, if your dad were into fetish parties, you'd be thankful this was his costume.

Rob Zombie, The Joker, and LMFAO had a baby. And she's giving birth to it.

Aw. Fishnet lovin'.

If we were you, man, we'd do whatever she says.

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