Virtual sex parties offer escape from isolation during lockdown

With the second lockdown in full swing, kinky Brits are casting off their loungewear, slippers and inhibitions to explore virtual sex parties.

While these erotic events are typically held behind closed doors in private members mansions or X-rated clubs, now you can get your kink on without leaving your home.

All you need is a laptop and an open mind to discover your sexual fantasies along with others stuck at home due to the pandemic.

Some companies are offering raunchy virtual house parties, while others are putting on online shows or events which offer content that is a little more titillating than Netflix.

So, how can you be part of the action?

Fabulous has rounded up the top virtual sex parties that all you to escape your isolation…

Killing Kittens

Killing Kittens has taken their members-only events digital during lockdown[/caption]

Leading the erotic pack is the high-end sex party company Killing Kittens, which have taken their members-only digital events.

The company was launched in 2005 by Kate Middleton’s former pal Emma Sayle, who wanted to create a female-friendly place where A-listers get hot and heavy with beautiful 20s-30s.

While their events can cost around £150-plus ($198 US), their Zoom house parties have been a comparative bargain £20 ($26 US).

Guests can expect erotic dance performances, and see couples and single kittens living out their sexual fantasies.

And it seems people are keen to be a part of the fun, as new-member applications have boomed and there has been a 440 per cent increase in website traffic this lockdown.

The online events seem to have been a roaring success, with their first online event selling out in 48 hours, with proceeds raised being donated to UK food banks.

The next global online party is actually a big one as it’s the 15th Anniversary of KK and it’s this Friday 13 November.

Tickets for kittens (and guest) are £25 ($33 US).

If you are looking for some guidance in your life, Killing Kittens has virtual workshops, and upcoming ones include anal massage, tantra, clitmas craft and life drawing.

NSFW

NSFW is offering virtual parties with live DJs and members around the globe[/caption]

Manhattan-based club New Society for Wellness (NSFW), which founder Daniel Saynt dubs “The Soho House of sex clubs,” is currently offering a cheaper online version.

Their virtual parties are available to singles, couples or “curious” members, with each event hosted by a “sex positive personality.”

There is also a soundtrack done by a live DJ, and Daniel says you can interact with four screens live at a time – with members from around the globe.

For those who don’t want to ramp up the action on camera, they can just watch or use the chat function.

Daniel said that “finding an online community is usually your first step in accepting your sexuality, gender identity, kinks, or fetishes.”

Feeld

Location-based sex app Feeld, which allows kinksters to meet for multiple-partner hook-ups, has launched a new virtual feature.

These are touted as “a place for remote threesomes, no hand sanitizer required!”

Their long-distance socializing service includes group chats that can accommodate up to 40 people – and they are looking to expand that number.

The website says: “Dating may be canceled but our libidos are not taking a day off. In light of the self-isolation and social distancing requirements necessary to curb the spread of Covid-19, we have been working on ways to continue enabling our community to explore their desires without endangering themselves and others.

“Introducing our new virtual locations: Staying at Home, Remote Trios and Fantasy Bunker.

“Since its release on Wednesday 18 March, the Staying at Home core has become our most popular location surpassing London and New York, while the Fantasy Bunker and Remote Trios have grown tenfold, with members joining from 70+ countries.”

Skirt Club

Geneviève LeJeune founded members-only Skirt Club in 2014 as a way to put female pleasure first.

It’s aimed at bi-curious and bisexual women to freely “express and exist as their true authentic selves, without judgment.”

During lockdown, they are currently hosting weekly online events for coaching and flirty social events.

Members are described as “effortlessly stylish” and there is a ban on cameras, photography and men looking at screens across the room.

Purple Mamba Club

You can now attend virtual Purple Mamba Club events and do workshops with an X-rated theme.

These have included “Arousal Awareness” and “Intimacy for Couples,” along with virtually meeting like-minded members in a social setting.

Co-owner Amanda Carroll said: “[Hosting parties online has] made it easier for members to meet others that they might not otherwise have met in person at the club, as there’s only so many given nights they [could have] attended.”

Xtasia

Xtasia launched in the 1980s and is one of the UK’s longest-running sex parties.

In normal times, they host swingers and fetish events weekly, along with foam parties, female foursomes and Cirque du Soleil-themed events.

Now in lockdown, they have gone online with “Hotel Rooms,” where you can take part in BDSM Fetish Friday, Lingerie & Lust weekends and Black and White parties.

We shared how swingers reveal what sex parties are really like, from playrooms and minty mouthwash to orgies on yachts.

And Elite sex club Snctm planned a Black Death-themed Halloween party after canceling orgies amid the coronavirus crisis.

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