Goddess Night and the Sissyboy Snafu

The second Goddess night is hitting the streets of Los Angeles tomorrow at 8pm. What is Goddess Night? Music, fetish fashion and lots of imagination. It’s where you’ll meet and see Dominas (the plural of Dominatrix), slaves and sissyboys. But don’t call them a sissyboy to their face. I’ve heard that one of the major Domina pulled out of the event because she and her crew were offended by the term. Apparently they’re so upset that they’re going to picket the event (held at 10914 S. La Cienega).

If it’s your scene, you know the dress code: corsets, vinyl, latex, leather. Sissyboys with picket signs get in free (well, don’t take my word for it), everyone else slides from $10-30. I might just swing by to see how the picketing goes. I can imagine the protesting Domina arriving with a limo of slaves/sissyboys harassing all who dare to enter the event. Then the Dominas at the event come out and have a smack-down (maybe literally, maybe figuratively). That would be a sight to see – and only in Los Angeles. Now, will the night play out as I imagine it? I’m almost willing to drive that far west to take a look, but then I would have to have my bubble burst.

2 Replies to “Goddess Night and the Sissyboy Snafu”

  1. There were no picketers. The event was a smashing success, and was more art-centric than fetish-centric.

    For more information, see http://www.goddessnite.com. Goddessnite III already in the works!

    Early adopters of the Goddessnite movement are already on their way to finding audiences and resources to manifest and market their artistic projects.

    As for the “sissyboy” snafu – it’s pure absurdist theatre, and we’ve found it more productive and edifying to focus on the mission of the event rather than the few and meager detractors. Artistic movements will always have their critics – and those critics are usually frustrated with their own limitations to be encouraging of others.

  2. There were no picketers. The event was a smashing success, and was more art-centric than fetish-centric.

    For more information, see http://www.goddessnite.com. Goddessnite III already in the works!

    Early adopters of the Goddessnite movement are already on their way to finding audiences and resources to manifest and market their artistic projects.

    As for the “sissyboy” snafu – it’s pure absurdist theatre instigated by malcontents, and we’ve found it more productive and edifying to focus on the mission of the event rather than the few and meager detractors. Artistic movements will always have their critics – and those critics are usually frustrated with their own limitations to be encouraging of others. We ain’t gonna spend our time hating on the haters! Viva Goddessnite!

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