Desert Fetish Authority News

Tomorrow! DFA Planning Session

Our monthly DFA Planning Session will be held Thursday, February 7 at the LGBT Center. Got an activity that you'd like to plan? Want to help others make things happen? This is the meeting where we kick start projects to build kinky brotherhood. Everybody's welcome!

Second Friday Events

Hey guys! This Friday is the second one of the month, which means that it’s time for the second installments of our Leather/Fetish Open Discussion Group and DFA Night at the Tool Shed! A great bunch of friendly, passionate, kinky guys joined us at each event two weeks ago. There’s room for you too!

The Discussion Group kicks off at 7 pm at the LGBT Center. DFA Night at the Tool Shed follows at 10 pm. Gear up and join us for one or both!

Introducing the DFA Book Club!

Welcome to the DFA Book Club – the first of which will be on Saturday, March 2 at 6:30 pm.

Why would a group of Fetishists & Kinksters want a Reading Group? Simple – from words – spoken, written or thought – come so many fetishes and ideas, from boots to bondage, from cocks to cigars, from Tops to bottoms, and everything in-between.

And we're not going to just read books – we want to challenge members to bring stories, graphic novels, short stories, and to speak up, to discuss, to argue, to listen to, and to learn from, and even to write themselves. Yes, all of you have some kind of fantasy; we’ll help you develop that thought for a short story or even a novel in an upcoming Book Club event.

To start with, we thought we'd take a closer look at one of the classic BDSM novels, Mr. Benson by John Preston. Some of you are already familiar with it, got hard from it, spilled your cum over it. If you haven't, this is a good time to get acquainted with the erotic world of Masters and their slaves.

Our plan for the first session is to read parts of the opening chapters and then talk about whether Jamie, the would-be slave, will stay the course with Mr. Benson. We can also discuss how the fantasy of the writing can conflict, or complement, our own realities and experiences. We can talk about where the story might be leading us – or whatever else you want to know – and, if you disagree, come along and say so in your own civilized way.

We'll invite your ideas for future events – to be on the first Saturday of each month.

Alex is hosting the evening at the home he shares with Hank in Cathedral Cove. There will be beer, sodas, water and coffee and some munchies. But we can only accommodate about 15 men inside – so RSVP soon. We'll try to supply a copy of the first chapter of Mr. Benson, if you need it.

So get into your gear and get high on words and thoughts and ideas – Saturday, March 2 at 6:30 pm. We’ll supply the address as soon as you sign up.

Reading is different when it's really fetish.

In Brotherhood,
Matt Davis and Alex Ironrod

RSVP

To reserve your spot and get directions, please send a message to AlexIronrod@aol.com.

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