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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

San Francisco Featured on the Finale of Vice's Slutever Series

Posted By on Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 9:30 AM

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An estimated 400,000 people gathered to attend this year's Folsom Street Fair in September to witness and participate in the world's largest leather and bondage festival. For the record, I wasn't in attendance. Stories of people jacking off onto spectators from second story windows was a bit discouraging, plus I also had to work that day.

See also:

Fashion Tips and Tricks for First-Timers at the Folsom Street Fair

2012 Folsom Street Fair Photos: The Safe-For-Work Edition!

In cased you missed out as well, or if your memories from the event were a little hazy (or even repressed), Vice has a video recap of the 28th annual event in our fair city. Karley Sciortino visits this "magical place" in her series Slutever. It is NSFW obviously.

What to expect from the video: funny commentary about San Francisco from an East Coaster, as well as lots of leather, spanking, and other fetish gear.

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