Ouch. That feels good.
Leading the activities on the auction block will be Party Princess Lolita Wolf, ably assisted by auction bottom, Boymeat.
Featured works for the evening include:
* Slave & Master Productions’ historic Needles & Pins, starring the infamous Leather Rick
* Working Girlz and real dyke sex directed by Morgana Maye
* A slave's eye view of The English Mistress
* The cutting-edge FTM transexual Adventures of Buck Naked
327 Bowery (near the corner of Bond St., NYC. Subway: F,V to Second Ave.; 6 to Bleecker
$5 suggested donation
In Boston, those of a more literary kink can see Stephen Daedalus search for a father figure at the opening night of the Boston Irish Film Festival. At 7:30 p.m. at the Brattle, there's a special screening of Bloom, a new film version of the unfilmable Ulysses.
Writer/director Sean Walsh proves the critics wrong with this taut, poetic and surprisingly accessible adaptation of James Joyces' Ulysses. Long deemed unfilmable, the book follows the perambulations of Leopold Bloom about Dublin City on June 16th, 1904. Transcribing Joyce's rich melodic prose into honey-toned hallucinogenic visuals, Walsh pulls back the mundane affairs of everyday life to capture the epic mythology of human nature. Stephen Rea plays Bloom with a quiet tragedy and Angeline Ball is a revelation as his carnal wife Molly. Featuring Hugh O'Connor as Stephen Dedalus and Eoin McCarthy as Blazes Boylan.
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