Fairvilla University: BDSM – The Shades, the Hype, The Reality

By : Angelique Luna
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This month’s edition of Fairvilla University, presented by Angelique & John C. Luna, teaches the art of BDSM, including:

  • Comparing the hype to real BDSM relationships
  • The allure of bondage & restraint
  • The mental aspects vs physical actions
  • Introduction to safe impact & sensation play
  • Creating a BDSM scene at home

Attendees must be 18+ to attend.

Attendees receive 15% off their entire purchase

2019 Orlando Fringe Review: ‘Hombre’

By : Danny Garcia
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Ana Cuellar, the artistic director behind 2018’s Patron’s Pick (Pink) “Luna,” returns to Fringe with “Hombre.”

“Hombre,” with the use of modern dance, ballet and acrobatics, tells the story of love and how it can save humanity. Cuellar shows how love is seductive, intense, unrequited and even something we mourn as portrayed in the number dedicated to the victims of the Pulse tragedy.

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Ladyfingers: I am 28, going on 29

By : Sabrina Ambra
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I’m a day late [on my deadline] and another year older [in exactly one week]. I have a lot to reflect on and even more to look forward to. First and foremost, I want to give a shout-out to my anxiety for being consistent AF this past year. With that, I have to give “mad props” (are we still using that phrase?) to my girlfriend for consistently dealing with the aforementioned anxiety and constantly reminding me of how incredibly lucky I am. Another shout-out goes to my cats, Luna and Celine-Dion, who continue to keep my heart warm and occasionally give it palpitations.

The last year of my twenties is on the horizon, my friends. Any advice? Because 28 was a bit of a doozy. Don’t get me wrong, it definitely had some solid highlights: I went to my 10-year high school reunion, I celebrated three years of doing “it” with the love of my life (“it” being love AND the sex,) and I performed a Beyonce song with three of my favorite human beings in front of over 1,000 other humans I’m not completely familiar with yet … just to name a few. On the other hand, I did lose some friends. They didn’t die, but they must be under the impression that I have. Alas, I have not, but the lesson hath been learned. The old friends are still invited to my funeral, of course. I’d like them to be pallbearers so they can let me down one last time.

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Watermark on the Fringe: “Luna”

By : Danny Garcia
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Former Cirque du Soliel artist Ana Cuellar presents “Luna,” a contemporary dance story.

As told by several vignettes with dance and Cirque-style acrobatics, “Luna” scribes each of her creations as they dramatically come to life and capture her, and the audience, into the performance.

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Watermark’s 2018 Orlando Fringe Reviews

By : Watermark Staff
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Orlando Fringe is back at Loch Haven Park and happening now through Memorial Day. In honor of its tagline “United We Fringe,” we are uniting all of our Fringe reviews in one spot.

We have our team of theater gurus out seeing the shows and letting you know which ones made us laugh, made us cry and made us say “that’s the Fringiest thing I’ve ever seen!” So cop-a-squat on the Fringe lawn next to your beer and cheese curds and check out Team Watermark’s 2018 Orlando Fringe reviews.

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