• Fri, Aug 26 2011

BDSM Site Uses Hurricane To Make Itself Look Good

Greetings from just outside the evacuation zone! I think by now everyone can agree that this hurricane is going to fuck our shit up. Even the compulsively laissez faire people of Williamsburg are stocking up on bottled water at my local grocery store. I’m planning my own little hurricane party as we speak. But what about all the east coast residents who have nowhere to go? Where will they take shelter as the storm surge rises? Where will they laugh and drink with their friends as they light candles and…tie each other up?

Enter Wasteland.com. Apparently, the Internet’s oldest BDSM site owns a huge compound in the middle of New Hampshire, and it’s opening its doors to any and all kinksters who’d like to seek shelter among kindred spirits.

Via the press release:

“It is important that our compound, which is fully capable of withstanding some of the fiercest weather conditions, be open to everyone in our community who is in need of a place to stay as Hurricane Irene begins to affect our lives and the safety of our families,” said Colin Rowntree, founder of Wasteland.com.
“We already have talent and performers from New York, Massachusetts and neighboring states making their way towards our place on high ground northwest of Boston,” he continued. “Here they have a place to rest, food supplies, lots of generators, a dedicated internet line and everything else needed to maintain contact with their families while conducting their everyday lives with as little disruption as possible.”
If you are a fetish performer in need, even if you have not worked with Wasteland.com, please contact the company at mail@rowntree.net.

 

Not a fetish performer? Too bad. You probably wouldn’t like it there, anyway.

It would be easy to make fun of this as a big, scary bondage site trying to improve its image with a publicity stunt. But to anyone who’s spent any time around members of the BDSM community, this is not surprising at all. Those freaks stick together! Maybe because the rest of the world tends to mock and/or hate them, or maybe because they’re bonded to each other from all the trust games they are constantly playing. After all, if you can trust someone to do blood play on you without hitting a vein, you will probably trust them in most circumstances.

Anyway, if you’re a member of the BDSM community and you want to ride out the storm in a giant sex dungeon, hit them up. You know they’re not going to run out of candles. Maybe you can film some hot, freaky smut while you’re there. Every cloud has a sexy, sexy lining.

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  • Lynn Lovesmith

    Yes, I too would choose to shelter with those who would accept me as I am than shelter with those that would not or would choose to consider me a “Freak” … … and dedicated internet, which most vanilla run shelters won’t even have should they think of it! And opportunity to make a little money while having fun, too right! Wasteland here I come…

  • Rose

    When someone hears about what it is that i do, and call me a “freak” I smile and say thank you.

    So while you may have used “freak” in a less than positive light, and tried to get a rise out of the kinky readers; probably wont work.