It’s another event from the WILD THINGS crew – producers of sexy, gutsy, creative happenings for boundary-breaking expression. There may be no other formal events in the world like this!
With their previous events, Dogpatch Press asked: is furry a “sex” thing? NO, but there’s overlap, and nothing wrong with that. There are all kinds of other hobbies like that (cars are sexy). If you read the naughty history of their events, don’t overlook the tags: BDSM, cat box cake, controversy, fetish, furries, kink, murrsuits, petplay, porn, sex… Wild Things!
Now here’s the new one everyone’s been waiting for. (NSFW poster below.)
Saturday, November 26, 2016 · 2:00 PM – 6:30 PM
SF Citadel 181 Eddy St., San Francisco, California
$25 at the door, **$5 discount available**
Dress code: Animal-themed, fetish, creative costumes, etc.
Wild Things is back at The Citadel, catering to your inner animal! Featuring:
- Dancing on our light-up disco floor with AuralIncarnation (Bent), Gretchen Weeners (Death Guild, House of Nox), & Koira (House of Nox)
- Petplay demos by Azalea
- Suspension demos by Naturalturn (Naughty Knotty)
- Vacuum bed & waxplay demos by Spottacus
- Fursuit gear demos
- Blanket fort cuddle & cartoon zone. (Littles welcomed!)
- K9 pup playpen
- …and more, to be announced!
Meet new friends, and participate in fun, playful, sexy activities. Dress up, play, and express yourself as part of the show! Creative expression is highly encouraged. The crowd for Wild Things tends to be very LGBTQ friendly, and on the younger, high-energy side, but we’re open to all ages, 18 and up. Shy and new people are especially invited, with a large casual lounge for meeting new people, and activities and demos geared towards those who are new and finding their way. SF Citadel is a supportive, accepting, safer sex-positive environment which stresses consent, but your play is as limitless as your imagination.
We are rewarding those who take time to RSVP and join our Wild Things community with a special $5 discount for this event! Simply RSVP as “I’m Going!” and show up reasonably early for the event. If you’re one of the first thirty people who mention the RSVP at the door, you get $5 off the price of your admission!
Interested in volunteering? It’s quick, easy, a great way to meet people… and gets you in for FREE! We will announce volunteer sign-ups soon, so please check the Wild Things community or the Citadel Volunteers community for announcements.
This party stresses participation! Bring your costumes, creativity, energy, talent, and your sexy selves. Your favorite animal play style has a place at Wild Things!
If you would like to host a new activity at the event, be a performer, conduct a workshop or demo, have serious culinary skills to share, or want to celebrate a very special birthday party at Wild Things, message organizers directly.
Wild Things exists thanks to our volunteers. Please help us make Wild Things a regular, successful event at SF Citadel by attending, RSVPing, sharing the word with friends, or offering to carpool in the Wild Things community. You must be 18 or older to attend Wild Things, so bring your ID!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Special organizer’s note to furries and friends: please spread the word.
The organizers are working *VERY* hard to promote. A HUGE amount of flyers were handed out at Folsom Street Fair to furries, petplayers, pups, ponies, littles, and even vendors such as Bad Dragon and Well Kept Pet. Flyers went to the South Bay, East Bay, and even Fresno and Southern California to people who are really excited, and want to carpool.
PLEASE SHARE the news. Help get it on social media, in communities, forums, event calendars, chat rooms, or blog posts. Talk to others you know, or write them a personal invitation, and ask them to RSVP. Encourage others to demos, workshops, or be a vendor with their wares. Offer carpools, or help arrange for people from out of town, and share info about the area or where to stay. Talk to anyone you know who is a “maybe” and try to get them over into the “Going!” column. If they can’t afford to go, encourage them to volunteer for free entry.
And when you help, let us all know what you’re doing, so everyone else is motivated too. If you know other communities with crossover interests, where they gather, or when and how to get them flyers, please tell us. You are the experts!
This is your event, for people from every community, to build a culture of ownership… so equal, empowered people are asked to join in making this happen.