Hung out there last Friday What a great adventure at Lab. Oratory - highly recommend on a Friday night! Get ready to check your street clothes at the door. Almost everybody unsafe sex.
Berlin sex club – Jack Frobisher
As you enter from the side door you can hear the techno pounding hard and dirty beats, just like the sleazy action inside. The doors open at 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays and are locked at midnight, but the party goes on into the morning. On Sundays, the doors are generally open from 4 to 6pm; during the week the times alternate, so check the website to avoid disappointment. The main room is full of naked and half-naked men of all shapes and sizes, young and old, in what is a truly inclusive atmosphere. With up to guys to choose from, the Lab is steaming with testosterone and other manly scents sure to get you going. Enjoy some group action by the cells, piss on a dude in the washroom, share an intimate moment with a stranger in a dark corner or catch up with an old friend on the sidelines. These events feature various DJs and live acts.
Lab.oratory, Berlin’s brashly perverse sex club
Actually, I was rather excited! Located next to the revered Berghain —a bucket-list item narrowly ticked off during a previous trip thanks to the benevolent Door Demons —it felt perfectly destined. I have been to my fair share of saunas, action bars and dark rooms across the globe; but the Lab. Oratory , as with so much of Berlin, is in a category entirely of its own.
We are told our entire lives that we are allowed to hate as many people as we want, but once we're married, we only get to love one person—to love and fuck them for the rest of our lives. Question that idea, and you're a threat to society. I met my husband, Alex, four and a half years ago on Scruff, a gay dating app. He was supposed to be nothing more than a hot fuck; I had no idea we would end up married. But I ended up meeting my perfect partner, because we aren't afraid to allow each other the freedom to live the lives we want—to love without limits, which meant opening our relationship to others.