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By Camille Darroux. Berlin has a reputation for being the city where people are free to explore who they are, open their minds and push their own boundaries. It has been a hotspot for sexual enjoyment ever since the s Weimar Republic, as highlighted in the Canadian documentary Legendary Sin Cities. Another interesting trait of the city is that a number of venues, shops, and club nights pride themselves on being extremely sex positive, meaning that any kind of discrimination based on sexual orientation and sexual habits is very much frowned upon.
KitKat Club was founded in the early s and is inspired by the Sunrise Beach Parties that were happening in Goa during the late s. Their most typical club night is CarneBall Bizarre which happens every Saturday. In a way, Insomnia was born out of KitKat Club since it started out as a club night that was hosted in the aforementioned venue in the mid- 19 90s.
The place has hot tub parties every Tuesday and is also well-known for its fetish parties, even though they insist on being as inclusive as possible. Insomnia , Alt Tempelhof D, Berlin. Its specificity is that it started out as Ostgut, one of the first places to host gay sex and fetish events. Berghain itself opened in and is also home to a gay sex club called Lab. Not only does it book the best DJs in the world, it also has several dark rooms and fetish inspired clothing is the norm among its regular visitors.
Berghain , Am Wriezener Bahnhof, Berlin. Pornceptual was launched by photographer Chris Philips about two years ago and, as its name suggests, wants to conceptualize pornographic aesthetics. Each party has its own theme, and those who follow its dress code or come naked are allowed in for a reduced price. What sets Pornceptual apart is that it manages to make sex-positive events hip and strongly promotes sex positivity among the younger crowd and those who usually do not attend sex-related events.
All guests pay close attention to their outfits and this is the night to see all the open-minded cool kids who call Berlin their home in action. Think techno music, lots of leather and shameless dancing as well as, of course, some X-rated action, all of which makes for the best cocktail one could possibly think of. It was launched after a very successful exhibition on gay topics at Berlin Museum, which highlighted a high demand for shows that address these issues.