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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Temple of Flesh Brings a Naughty End to Holy Week with ‘Exotic Easter’

Posted By on Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 5:25 AM

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If chocolate bunnies, egg hunts and Marshmallow Peeps make you want to crawl into a dungeon, local “fetish production company” Temple of Flesh has just what the doctor ordered. Known as both Exotic Easter and the San Antonio Fetish Ball, the always-provocative celebration has embraced myriad themes (pinup girls, vaudeville, steampunk and beyond) while hippity-hopping across town (from the Cameo Theatre to Sam’s Burger Joint to the Korova and points in between) and collaborating with burlesque performers, adult film stars, artists and musicians. Benefiting the local nonprofit BEAT AIDS, Exotic Easter 17 puts a naughty spin on Holy Week with an evening inspired by famous villains old and new. Co-hosted by pageant-winning drag diva Sasha Taylor and fetish performer Jericho Edge, the adults-only extravaganza serves up a boundary-pushing buffet of “fetish frivolities,” including an original melodrama by Jules Vaquera, performances by aerial artist Queen Anthuros and Austin-based outfit EBM Dollz, an erotic installation created by Tofenburg Media, complimentary latex body painting, vendors specializing in adult novelties and a “fully equipped dungeon” for “curious seekers of pleasure and pain.” $20-$25, 8pm-2am Sun, Apr. 16, Players Club, 11431 Perrin Beitel Road, (210) 691-2050, safetishball.com.

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