Whip It Real Good

If you’ve been meaning to eat off the floor of Fusion Lounge (727 Lincoln Ln., Miami Beach), you might want to live your dream before this weekend. This Friday, Fusion will host the next gathering of the Black Sheep Society, a sister party to Submission, the South Beach “fetish and play” bonanza. If the grainy video we’ve seen from the last event is any indication, expect moody lighting, consenting adults in Latex bodices, whips, and majestically arching spurts of — oopsie! Where’d that speculum go? The music will be provided by DJ Essential6, and there are promises of a special guest, hopefully not your grandmother. You don’t have to be into the fetish scene to have a good time with the Black Sheep Society. They also get a lot of spooky, sex-positive night owls who don’t mind bathing in bleach once a month. So even if you’re quite all right without a stranger taking a cheese grater to your nipples, thank you very much, you can still get down with this crew. So whether your cognitive behavioral therapist is trying to get you to face your fears of wearing flip-flops in standing pools of warm, unknown muck, you’re interested in starting a used medical supply business, or you’re simply looking for a suitable place to draw the Antichrist into your newborn as you chant and pour goat blood on his forehead, at the Black Sheep Society, there’s no judgment. Just do you. With a broken bottle. To get into the party, you’ll have to, um, enter through the back alley at Score nightclub. There’s an open bar from 11 p.m. to midnight. Cover is $5 before midnight, $10 after. The party is open to ages 21 and older.
Fri., Aug. 2, 11 p.m., 2013
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