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The Freshman 5: Identity Starter Kit

New to Boston? Time for a fresh start? Try one of these identities on for size.
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 5, 2012

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Bluenosed Boston demolished its X-rated Combat Zone long ago. Still, for the aspiring kinkster, there are plenty of ways to get one's rocks off.

MUST-ATTEND KINK EVENTS FOR THE FET JET SET

•FeTrix @ Alley Bar | First Friday of the month | fetrix.com

•XMortis @ T.T. the Bear's Place | Second Friday of the month | xmortis.com

•Sin-O-Matic @ Machine | Third Saturday of the month | sinomatic.net

•Floating Fetish Ball 2012 | September 22 | tffb2012.eventbrite.com

•Fetish Fair Fleamarket | February 15-17 | nelaonline.org/fff.php

WHERE TO STOCK UP ON LATEX GOODIES

•Good Vibrations | 308A Harvard St, Brookline | 617.264.4400 | goodvibes.com

•Dorothy's Boutique | 190 Mass Ave | 617.262.9255 | dorothysboutique.biz

•Eros Boutique | 581 Tremont St | 617.425.0345

•Hubba Hubba | 534 Mass Ave, Cambridge | 617.492.9082 | hubbahubba.com

ESSENTIAL BOSTON RESOURCES FOR PERVY NEWBIES

•Boston-TNG ("The Next Generation of Kinksters") | boston-tng.org

•New England Dungeon Society | ne-ds.org

•New England Leather Alliance | nelaonline.org

•New England Kink Calendar | newenglandkinkcalendar.com

WHERE T&A = THEATER & ART

•Naked Girls Reading | nakedgirlsreading.com

•Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School | truthserum.org

•The Slutcracker | theslutcracker.com

•The Donkey Show | americanrepertorytheater.org

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