Mistress Cyan presents Erotic City at the LA Pride festival during LA Pride weekend.
Mistress Cyan is a long time member of the Southern California leather community with many awards and honors. She is the founder and organizer of DomCon, producer of Lair at AVN, and organizer of Erotic City at the LA Pride festival. She is a BDSM educator with decades of experience. She also runs Sanctuary LAX, one of the largest dungeons in Southern California. She was named a CSW/West Hollywood Honoree in 2007 and is currently a board member at Christopher Street CSW.
Erotic City offers kinky stage performances, fetish gear vendors, and interactive play spaces where guests can learn and experience firsthand what BDSM is all about. Mistress Cyan’s leather family from Sanctuary Studios will join with members of the men’s bondage club, Avatar LA to teach, entertain, and inspire future leaders in the community.
“Erotic City is about representing the leather and BDSM aspects of the LGBTQ+ community in a safe space to explore and experience the spicier side of life,” said Mistress Cyan, in a CSW press release. “Leather is a significant aspect of the community, and a critical part of our history. Demand that it be represented at LA Pride is respected. Our hashtag this year is #JustBe, and Erotic City represents that high-octane individuality we like to bring to the community.”
For ticket info, a full schedule for the LA Pride Festival and the activities surrounding the spectacular event, go to lapride.org.
Christopher Street West (CSW), a 501(c)3 non-profit, organized the world’s first permitted parade advocating for gay rights on June 28, 1970 as a response to and in commemoration of the Stonewall Rebellion on Christopher Street in New York City the year prior. Since then, we have built a rich history as an active voice for the LGBTQ+ community across the Greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. And today, we continue to produce the LA Pride Parade and Festival every June in the City of West Hollywood. We also organize a number of events throughout the year with our non-profit, philanthropic, community, and corporate partners.
Their mission is to create safe and inclusive spaces for self-expression, inspire an authentic sense of activism in the continued fight for equality, and celebrate the unique heritage and diverse cultures of Los Angeles’ LGBTQ+ community and its allies. #JustBe