The Awakening

An exclusive view at the latest Sodoma party, Milan.

Milan’s nightlife is finally starting to catching up with Berlin and other European party cities, all this thanks to creative pioneers, who have been working for years to turn the city into a nightlife metropolitan. Pervert Milan, who stands behind Sodoma party, goes back all the way to 1993, one of the very few events in Milan with a kinky touch. Today, Sodoma is taking place at the District 272 club, which has a long history of its own: the space opened in the 30’s as a cinema and was later transformed into a disco club, while in ’97 it became Milan’s first lap dance club. A BDSM party with a quality hard techno lineup in a large, hedonistic and safe environment featuring sassy installations. Experts and newbies, explorers and curious of every gender and inclination, seducers, bizarre lovers, fetish enthusiasts, voyeurs and exhibitionists – Sodoma is the place for you. The party advocates inclusiveness by celebrating all genders and sexual orientations. All of Sodoma’s guests are welcome to dare, show off, and celebrate their uniqueness. Below just a taste of the beautiful open minded people on the dancefloor, from the latest party on February 25th.

The Awakening / Sodoma Milan


Event: Sodoma by Pervert / @sodomamilan @pervertmilan
Words: Yasmin Krauskopf  / @yasmin_skn
Photography: Alberto Feltrin / @albertofeltrin

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