Q+K Invades Fascination!

If you’ve never been to Fascination, or you’ve been before and had fun, join Queer + Kinky for our first-ever invasion. Music is dark and sexy grooves, entertainment is images from vintage kink cinema. Plus Rand Leather will be there with some awesome goods on sale.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Fascination is a gear/ fetish/ kink night. It’s not a play party, but some cruising and BDSM may happen. Check out the even rules here. All the detes are on their website at fascination.net.

This event is open to adults 21+. (Fascination requires you to be 21+ to enter, though if you want to come just to dinner 18+ is fine.)

So mark your calendars for Friday November 2.

Queer + Kinky is kicking off the evening at 7:00 pm with dinner at Club Café. Then the event will be held at Jacques Cabaret from 9:00 pm to 11:59 pm. Join us for dinner, event or both.

Please RSVP using our easy


Jacques Cabaret, at 79 Broadway, Boston MA, is located in the South End.

Jacques Cabaret is a five-minute walk from the Tufts Medical Center Orange Line stop.  It is also within easy walking distance of the Arlington Street Green Line stop. Street parking is available in the area.

Jacques Cabaret is not wheelchair accessible. Staircase down to the venue with no elevator.

Club Café is located at 209 Columbus Avenue in the South End of Boston. It is near the Arlington Street Green Line stop as well as Back Bay station (Orange Line and commuter rail). It is wheelchair accessible. Use the Berkeley Street entrance for wheelchair lift.


Cover for Fascination is $10. Plus if you come to dinner, pay for whatever you eat. NOTE: Club Cafe takes cards but Fascination is CASH ONLY. There is an ATM at the venue, but apparently it is not super reliable and frequently runs out of cash!

What to Wear

Fetish, kink or fun clothing is optional. You can also wear blue jeans/casual wear if you prefer. Whatever you’re comfortable wearing is fine!

About Us

Queer + Kinky is a Special Interest Group of the New England Leather Alliance. Our events are open to people of any gender who self-identify as queer, and to allies of the queer community.

We have a few simple guidelines at our events:

  • Please don’t make any assumptions about anyone, including their gender, sexual orientation or BDSM role. If you’re not sure, please ask, for example, ‘What pronouns do you use?’
  • Please ask before touching anyone, even if the touch isn’t sexual.