Review: Jack Foley
FOLLOWING a show-stopping launch event last November, CAKE London
returned on Wednesday, March 5, 2003 with 'Anonymous', a masquerade
party, which offered members a night of mystery and intrigue in
which temperatures soared.
Guests were invited to let anonymity bring their fantasies alive,
and to indulge and revel in a sinfully, sexy, anonymous, atmosphere
with their 'eyes wide shut'.
The sexiest crowd London has seen in a long time, turned up to
The Embassy Club in Mayfair, dressed to kill in an amazing array
of beautiful masks and costumes.
Enforcing a strict door policy, permitting male entry only where
accompanied by a female guest, the event provided an environment
in which women were the ones making the rules, pushing the boundaries,
and enjoying sexual entertainment designed especially for them.
State-of-the-art sex toys were opulently displayed for exploration
and play, with 'vibrator waitresses' on hand to give advice.
CAKE, a 'women-only' members club, has been brought to London
by Emma Jeynes. Tackling issues related to female sexuality, the
CLUB.CAKE events are designed to create female-focused spaces
where members and their guests can experience, examine and explore
sexy themed entertainment.
"We were astounded by the response to this event, once again
having to turn people who had not pre-registered on the website,
away at the door," explained Ms Jeynes. "The idea for
'Anonymous' came directly from CAKE member requests.
"The cakelondon.com website and its 'Pleasure Club' provide
a unique on-line forum for disussion about a huge range of issues
affecting women, including the need for sexy female-focused parties.
"Our 'Anonymous' event focused on the mystery and intrigue
of a masquerade party. Wearing a mask gives women the opportunity
to express themselves in a different way, take on new roles and
even be a different person for the night. This can be an important
aspect of female sexual fantasy."
Emma continued: "We are continually striving to create events
that are totally unique - something new and different, especially
for women. By putting women in control, they become empowered
to make the rules and push the boundaries of female sexuality,
merging sex and lifestyle to create a new female sexual culture."
Women wanting to know more, should visit the Cake website using
the links on this page. Men, on the other hand, should simply
find themselves a woman who is intrigued by the possibilities.
Keep hitting these pages for further details of future Cake events.
CAKE is an entertainment company dedicated to providing information,
products, and services that enhance women's development and sexual
culture. Committed to examining and demystifying the politics
of female sexuality, CAKE is an active forum for sexual exploration,
education and discovery. CLUB.CAKE events provide a safe, informative,
and enjoyable context for women's sexual expression. For more
information on CAKE, visit the website.