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For all those Burners in Seattle, if you liked Temple of Atonement or any of the other BDSM caps at BM, you may want to check out this event.


A two-night run of the “Best of CineKink” at The Grand Illusion Cinema in Seattle.

Works in this traveling showcase run the gamut from documentary to drama, camp comedy to hot porn, mildy spicy to quite explicit - and everything in between. Among the offerings, the animated TEAT BEAT OF SEX presents three short lectures on sex. OFFICE MOBIUS traces a tawdry office flirtation. In SALT, three people share a passion for food - and other things. COMING OUT SPANKO is one woman's autobiographical coming to terms with her kink identity, while CROSSING looks at what it takes to move between the realms of kink and "normality." In SOMETHING ABOUT NADIA, three women recount the uncontrollable desire they feel for the mysterious Nadia. And in WHO'S THE TOP?, a fantastical S/M musical comedy, one writer finds her true self by determining who's the bottom.

Friday/Saturday, January 2nd & 3rd, 11:00 PM

Grand Illusion Cinema
1403 NE 50th Street

To reserve tickets:
Call 206-523-3935 and leave your name, # in your party and desired date; tickets will be held for purchase until 15 minutes before showtime.

More info: http://cinekink.com/tour/seattle/
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