You Should Go: Babeland Throws Us Another Party

Feature image courtesy of Babeland.

In case you haven’t noticed, many of us around here love Babeland. As it turns out, Babeland loves Autostraddle as much as we love them. To prove it, they’re throwing another party for us on June 20. If you missed the first one a few months ago, you should know that it involved cocktails, cuties and a workshop tailored just for you, all amidst shiny sparkling sex toys and safer sex supplies. This one promises to be even better. Why, you ask?

this is me and ali at the last babeland party. photo by vanessa friedman.

this is me and ali at the last babeland party. photo by vanessa friedman.

Well, since last time the workshop covered the basics, this time they’re bestowing us with kinky sex tips, just in time for Pride. Between the kinky queer workshop, free booze and Autostraddlers to mingle with, it’ll be like one giant birthday party for your sex life. Also, it’s free. Free!

Speaking of free, the first lucky fifteen humans to arrive will get free gift bags, so you can try all the kinky things out at home. So now that you’re convinced, let’s talk details.

What: Queer Pride Cocktail Party With Babeland + Autostraddle
Where: Babeland Soho, 43 Mercer Street
When: June 20, 7pm
Cost: Free
Age: You have to be 18+ to enter the store because, sex.

You can RSVP here to let them know how much booze to get how many people to expect. Questions? Comments? Feelings? I can’t wait to see all of your faces!

Before you go! It takes funding to keep this publication by and for queer women and trans people of all genders running every day. And A+ members keep the majority of our site free for everyone. Still, 99.9% of our readers are not members. A+ membership starts at just $4/month. If you're able to, will you join A+ and keep Autostraddle here and working for everyone?

Gabrielle Korn used to be a contributing editor at Autostraddle. These days, she's the author of "Everybody (Else) Is Perfect," a journalist, digital media expert, and the former editor-in-chief of Nylon Media, an international lifestyle publication focused on emerging culture. Under Gabrielle's editorial leadership, Nylon became a fully digital brand with an ever-growing audience and original, politically-driven, thought-provoking beauty, fashion, music, and entertainment content. She graduated from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 2011 with a concentration in feminist/queer theory and writing. She lives in Brooklyn.

Gabrielle has written 92 articles for us.

20 Comments

Contribute to the conversation...

Yay! You've decided to leave a comment. That's fantastic. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated by the guidelines laid out in our comment policy. Let's have a personal and meaningful conversation and thanks for stopping by!