Hey Kinky Nerds of LA. Want to meet up at a dungeon and play games?
Join LA Geeky and Kinky at Threshold for this month's Nerdgasm.
Text from the Venue:
Doors close at 10 PM, or when maximum capacity (90 people) is reached, no admittance thereafter! All play (including aftercare and games) should end 15 minutes before the party's close.
Threshold is following the latest guidance from the state and county guidelines.
It isn't the end of the world yet, but we are certainly pretending it is & that Mondays don't exist, the Sunday sibling of Nerdgasm. For five hours the dungeon is taken over with board games, and even BDSM play if we're feeling frisky. Embrace the cardinal sins of Greed & Pride and participate in the group activities of Bingo to claim loot from Del's horde of nerdom! Or be tempted by Lust & impose your Wrath with Truth or Dare Jenga!
Nerdageddon is a wonderful place for the socially shy to mingle and meet their local community where you can play, play, or mix the two together.
Ever wanted to desecrate your favorite game? Strip Cards Against Humanity, Naked D&D, betting beatings midgame to be distributed on the spot? Your play is only limited by your creativity and the rules: genital to genital and oral to genital contact is *not allowed, as this is a community event.
Since the main room is set up for gaming, the suspension rings will not be available at this event. While you can do light contained play in the main room, gaming is the priority: there will be loud talking, laughing, and cursing at dice. The smaller themed rooms are dedicated to traditional play like other parties, while the purple room is utilized for kinky group games or similar nerdy perversions.
Sex is prohibited at this event
Tickets are non-refundable
This is a community party, members and non-members welcomed! All gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, races, religions, ethnicities & roles are welcome! Please contact us with any ADA accommodation questions.
We seek to provide a welcoming space for all and encourage people to speak out or alert an organizer if we fail to liven up to these ideals. Attendees are encouraged to ask for others' pronouns rather than assuming. Also, this is a consent-positive space where we only touch others with their express permission.