WEIGHT: 48 kg
Services: Swinging, Slave, BDSM (receiving), Striptease amateur, Gangbang / Orgy
Rain or shine, partygoers wait to enter and shimmy off their jackets and trousers … revealing leather and latex, colourful lingerie, DIY costumes or simply nothing at all. The fetish club is famed, and notorious, for its fantastical dress code, high-profile techno DJs and also allowing sex. Guests are free to have intercourse across dancefloors and in dark rooms but must never feel compelled to — according to a club policy touting respect, discretion and safety. According to the Clubcommission, an association representing local nightlife, the property lease for KitKat and the neighbouring Sage nightclub is up in June and has not yet been renewed.
But in the expanding German capital, the space, in the central Mitte area, would be attractive to build a hotel or offices, says Leichsenring.
Several clubs and live music venues have closed in recent years due to new construction, rising rents and noise complaints. No one comes to Berlin for chart music or table service. It shows how valued the scene is, despite controversies, such as drug deaths and a meningitis scare in KitKat last year. There is an economic element. A government study earlier this year found that every third tourist comes to Berlin for clubbing. Looking for a holiday with a difference? Browse Guardian Holidays to see a range of fantastic trips.
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