The next Festival taking place is none other than the infamous Montreal Fetish Weekend.
This 6 day event has everything: fantasy-themed events, fashion shows, expos, product demonstrations, food, fetish photo walks, a street fashion show, a kinky picnic as well as a rope bondage presentation.
And it won't all take place behind closed doors either, the festival will also spilling out onto the streets, the nearby parks and the Village.
Check out some of the events taking place this year:
Mermagirl's Kinky Paintball Adventure
Please contact Mermagirl for pricing information and location.
The online sex toy retailer analyzed its data between now and the start of the pandemic. It then illustrated its findings on an interactive sex map highlighting everything from Canada's kinkiest city to Montrealers' most popular searches on the site.
Despite that Quebec was ranked least kinky province in Canada, according to a Lovehoney press release, Montreal still has a favourite fantasy.
"Montreal's french influences dive deeper than their buoyant culture and cafés with their most popular fantasy revealed as 'French Maids and Butlers,'" the release states.
Attention party animals: on September 11 from 1 to 3 p.m., Montreal's corgis and their owners will be gathering in a downtown park for a special day of fun and fluffy butts.
Organizer YATAI MTL is launching the pooch party after successfully hosting a Shiba Inu gathering in June as part of Montreal's first-ever Japan Week celebrations.
Among the highlights of the Shiba gathering was the presence of "Kombu the Corgi" an adorable fellow "who tried to infiltrate" the Shiba-only affair and underlined the need for a corgi party, reads the invite.
To keep the event from being too overcrowded – as it's sure to be the social event of the year for Montreal's corgis and their people – guests must pre-register and organizers are only disclosing the venue a few days in advance.
Admission is free and the event will be postponed until September 12 in case of rain.
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