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"Get Your Kink On This Weekend at Up Your Alley"

on Friday, 25 July 2014. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

SF Weekly

By Mollie McWilliams

If you're into leather daddies and BDSM — this is the event for you. Think of it as a prelude to Folsom Street Fair, or as the Up Your Alley site refers to it: "Folsom Street Fair's Dirty Little Brother."

This little brother event is just as kinky as Folsom, and will bring out more than 15,000 "leather men" for some BDSM play on Dore Alley and the section of Folsom Street between Ninth and 11th streets. There will also be dancing and vendors selling fetish accessories; if you need some new whips, chains, and rubber items, then this may be the time to stock up! 

But heed these words of caution from their site: "Up Your Alley is for real players — and not for the faint of heart..." So if you're more into gawking than participating, it's best to just stay out of the way, you don't want to get a whip to the eye! 

Also, check back here on Monday where we'll have a review of the Exhibitionist's first time to the event. 

Up Your Alley, July 26, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Dore Alley (at Howard).

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