Los Angeles, CA — Friday July 8, at 8:00 P.M., Sanctuary Studios LAX will be holding a fundraiser auction and play party at their BDSM community space at 10914 S. La Cienega Blvd.
The party is a kinky take on the classic bachelor auction. Volunteers fill out questionnaires about kinks and interests and put themselves up for auction for the night. Everyone attending gets play money to bid on volunteers for the auction. Winning bidders get to play with their human prizes for the night. Everyone is encouraged to participate, but participation is not required to attend the party. Guests who prefer to attend and simply play with a partner or just watch are welcome. There is no sex or penetration at this party. Everything is negotiated, consensual and for fun.
Sanctuary Studios LAX is well known as one of the biggest BDSM spaces in Southern California, and has held up well, even through the Covid pandemic. As the name suggests, Sanctuary has served the LGBTQ+, BDSM and Leather community as a safe space for over 20 years. The location has hosted many parties, movie shoots, concerts, classes and other events. It has been no secret that changes in the real estate and mortgage market have prompted Sanctuary LAX to move, and the time to change locations has come.
“We will be reopening in a new location soon, but this is our last month here!” said Mistress Cyan, founder and owner of Sanctuary Studios LAX. “That is why we have decided to make this event a fundraiser to help with the cost of re-location.”
Events will continue at Sanctuary’s current property until July 24, 2022.
“I know how important your space is to the community in your area,” said Leather community icon and author Race Bannon. “I plan to champion your space to all of my friends once you’re relocated. Thank you for what you do.”
Sanctuary’s auction is a fully vaccinated event. Attendees must show proof of vaccination and ID at the door. Visit https://www.sanctuarylax.com/events/44765 for ticket prices and event details. Those wishing to help with the move can e-mail [email protected] or call 310-910-0525.