Killing Kittens Heading To Dublin This Christmas

Exclusive sex parties are said to take place all over the world… the key word there being ‘exclusive’. We only ever hear rumours about them, as the actual locations of each event are kept as a secret. Only the attendees ever find out. That is how Killing Kittens have been so successful over the years.

Woman being bored while having dinner with couple

Now many in Ireland are in uproar as the popular community has its sights set on Dublin. In December, they are hosting a party in Dublin for members, giving them the chance to try something different and enter a whole new world.

What is Killing Kittens?

Killing Kittens was first founded back in 2005 by Emma Sayle. She wanted to give “young, independent and solvent single girls and couples who needed something more” a safe and welcoming community to be a part of. So she created Killing Kittens, “the world’s most exclusive, decadent and hedonistic parties, fully focused on the pursuit of female pleasure”.

The site has grown into a huge community (or kommunity, as they call it). This community has “over 100,000 women, gentlemen and couples” involved. They talk, flirt, and meet up all around the world.

KK has their own rules, one of which is not to talk about it. Oops. Many of the rules are pretty standard, such as “what happens on KK stays on KK” and that you should “treat everybody with respect and dignity”. They also put women first, and allow them to be the ones to approach others.

The first rule of fight club (and KK) is that you don't talk about it
Original source: Gfy Cat

Ireland’s Winter Ball!

Given the nature of the group, holding regular events is important to them. They want to give their members the chance to meet other like-minded people and get to know them. The events are fun and cater to a wide range of tastes.

Now they are coming to Dublin. Ireland’s Winter Ball will take place on the 8th December somewhere in South Dublin. Any further information about the event is reserved for members only, so we mere mortals know nothing except that the event will be taking place.

Although the event is members only, members still have to purchase a ticket if they wish to attend. Tickets for single women cost €40, while couples must pay €130 for their tickets. There is also a dress code. Since the event is close to Christmas, we shouldn’t be surprised that it is heavily themed. Christmas colours are expected, and masks are a must.

Limited information is available on the Dublin gathering
Original source: Killing Kittens

Why the secrecy?

There are some people who aren’t happy with the fact that they are keeping the exact location a secret. Only those attending will find out the day before the event. Others are eager to find out where it is being held, either so that they can avoid it or so that they can crash the party.

Needless to say, Killing Kittens have worked hard throughout the years to ensure that their events are private. Locations are released on a ‘need to know’ basis. If you aren’t going, you won’t know where it is. It is that simple, and they have an number of excellent reasons for adopting this policy.

For a start, members pay a fee to be part of an exclusive community. The community has worked hard to create a friendly environment without judgement. In order to do so, this means that members identities must be kept quiet. It is far easier to release your inhibitions if nobody knows who you are. Plus, they don’t want people crashing the party. Their events are supposed to be fun… why would they let outsiders in who might upset the balance?

Sometimes it is best to keep things quiet
Original source: Gifer

Would you attend?

KK is controversial to some people who don’t like the idea of sex parties. Personally, I’m incredibly intrigued by them. They seem like the perfect way to expand your horizons, and the safe and secretive nature only makes it more appealing.

Would you attend if you had the chance? I think I would. Tell me if you’d like to go in the comments or by joining in the discussion on social media.

Lara Mills
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