They held the world's biggest celebration of leather, bondage and sexual fetish in San Francisco on Sunday, and due to the event's interactive nature, many people are now walking gingerly. "Enough is enough," said Lowell Clark, pulling up his blue jeans after emerging from one of dozens of spanking booths at the 25th Folsom Street Fair.
Parading a pair of naked, hooded and gagged men down the middle of the street on leashes, a San Francisco man named Dean elicited a few glances and camera snaps when he stopped to make an adjustment -- a strap here, a clamp there. Then Dean moved on, submissives in tow, and so did everybody else. It could happen only at San Francisco's annual Folsom Street Fair, which turned 20 on a pleasant Sunday -- not too hot for a leather bodysuit, not too chilly for the absence of a leather bodysuit.
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Selecting a term
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