The 2nd Annual L.A. Kink Pride Kicks Off Today, Available to Live Stream All Week

The 2nd Annual L.A. Kink Pride Kicks Off Today, Available to Live Stream All Week

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The second annual L.A. Kink Pride is set to launch today, and you don’t have to be in Los Angeles to attend.

From June 4–13, Justine Cross, BDSM consultant and owner of Dungeon East in Los Angeles, is bringing us an entirely online celebration of all things kinky and queer. All week, L.A. Kink Pride is hosting panels, workshops and events, featuring guests like Midori, Sunny Megatron, Perverts of Color, Blue of Vox Body, Luna Matatas and Marla Renee Stewart.

A professional BDSM consultant and lifestyle Dominatrix Mistress, Justine Cross is dedicated to educating the kink-curious and celebrating like-minded folks.

L.A. Kink Pride will be covering a wide variety of topics, including (but certainly not limited to): rope bondage, flogger techniques, self-care, play parties and virtual strip clubs.

Anyone with an open heart is welcome.

About the event, Mistress Justine writes: “I just want people to have a damn good time. I know I can do this for you. I also know that this is a huge undertaking in *still* bizarre times so I only ask of you to be kind to me and the wonderful staff of queers who are putting this event together. We love you. We are keeping our parties alive.”

For those of us without access to major Pride-celebrating cities, L.A. Kink Pride is an incredible opportunity to experience the diversity and spirit the LGBTQ+ community has to offer. The week-long celebration will also shine a spotlight on queer-owned, local businesses and vendors.

All tickets for L.A. Kink Pride are by sliding scale donation, and 100% of the ticket sales go directly to the presenters. You can view the full schedule of events, as well as presenters and details, here. This is a week you won’t want to miss.

Will you be virtually attending L.A. Kink Pride this year?

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