Sunday Fisting at Babeland on the Lower East Side

Posted on: March 11th, 2012 at 10:01 am by

Oh just another lovely Sunday on the Lower East Side with some vaginal fisting thrown into the mix…

Babeland is an awesome X-rated island in a sea of seemingly generic Lower East Side boutiques and galleries. Some sex, some punk rock.  To be honest, we always get a kick out of seeing the schedule of upcoming events at the 94 Rivington Street location. Take, for instance, the course offered later today. Topic of conversation – Fisting 101. Talk amongst yourselves…

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Meanwhile, here’s the description for those interested:

Sexy Sunday: Fisting 101
Sunday, March 11, 12:30pm, Free
Babeland LES, 94 Rivington Street
Vaginal fisting can be an intensely intimate and very pleasurable act. We’ll cover the basic techniques for getting beyond four fingers. This class is for both the giver and receiver of vaginal fisting. Enjoy complimentary cupcakes from Sugar Sweet Sunshine Bakery.

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