Sex parties have a bad name for being sleazy and controlled by men. However, CEO Emma Sayle, who went to Downe House with Kate Middleton, was keen to debunk these misconceptions. She placed female pleasure first when she started Killing Kittens in 2005.
Before being admitted into society, members must undergo a verification procedure, and males may only come as visitors. When the parties get started, it’s up to the ladies to start the discussion, touching, and even orgies. Killing Kittens has hosted high-profile sex parties in London, Manchester, and Los Angeles, with tickets selling out weeks in advance.
London recently spoke with Emma, the event’s founder, to learn more about why the events are so popular. She stated that it is her goal to “empower women — and now all genders.”
“KK is different; it’s not a man-bashing environment; and it’s simply ladies in the front, a safe space with men,” the CEO explained.
“It’s about saying, ‘Let’s be equals,’ because if you have a voice in the bedroom, why can’t we?'”
Attending a sex party, Emma claims, “doesn’t need supermodels.”
While single guys are not permitted to attend the “full-on” parties alone, there are methods for them to get invited.
“The concept of the entire firm, which began in 2005, was to create a space for women to be in control,” Emma explained.
“Single guys have a different dynamic.
“We are moving away from a broader society in which males are on the defensive and women are ashamed…
“If a woman is a member of the Kittens association, she can bring a single male with her.”
“Male members, too, feel more empowered,” Emma noted.
“There are some men-only places that have helped men with their mental health and confidence.”
Famous people have attended the sex parties since they have proven to be so popular.
Celebrities, like anybody else, may use the gatherings to explore their sexual desires in a secure setting.
“Every party has one or two from the worlds of sport and music,” Emma admitted.
Emma acknowledges that there have been occasions when public members have contacted the police to report an incident, only to be surprised when they arrive. When a couple of ladies mistaken officers for participants, they received more than they bargained for. The policemen, however, were not strippers in fancy dress costumes, much to their dismay!
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