St Catherine Hall
917 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H2L 2E5
January 13 2023 to January 14 2023
22:00 to 06:00
LATEX ALL NIGHT LONG is back in January with a multidisciplinary lineup ready to blow your mind…
As per usual we have cooked for you with a lot of love, the hottest event in town. Shibari // dominatrix // pop-up performances // all star Dj's line up & surprise guests.
***GROUND RULES FOR ALL THE SWEETIES JOINING US***
Kinky dress code is mandatory. If u feel sexy, u ARE sexy. We will say tho, dress slutty to your indiscretion
When meeting someone new, please ask for their pronouns! It doesn't feel nice to be misgendered.
ASK FOR CONSENT! If not you will be asked to leave.
- Please make sure you approach the people you are interested in face to face, and not from the side or from behind.
- Look for an enthusiastic yes!
- Remember that people can change their minds or modify their consent at any time.
We will have designated people you can go to in case anything happens.
Zero tolerance for verbal or physical harassment, racism, xenophobia, sexism, transphobia, homophobia etc.
NO photos/videos or cellphone use inside the venue. A designated professional photographer will be covering the event.
NO smoking inside
NO leering, creeping, following, or insisting.
Definition of leering: looking or gazing in a lascivious or unpleasant way)
Latex is a safe space for you to celebrate and embrace your inner slut.
This is not a sex party!
It is an open minded space to collect new memories for your wet dreams. Where you celebrate the magnificent free and sexy being you are.
For your safety and comfort, we are honored to collaborate once again with GRIP, whose mission is to reduce harm associated with the use of psychoactive substances and to prevent problematic use. Their harm reduction approach includes educating as well as providing methods to limit risky behaviour and negative consequences.
Please respect the rules and everyone's integrity and consent.
Let’s get kinky!
The show will take place in Tiohtià:ke, colonially known as Montreal, on the unceded Indigenous lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka / Mohawk nation.