I went to KitKat club and here’s the real story of the infamous sex club
Okay, let’s get it out of the way.
Yes, people have sex here. They do in other Berlin clubs and clubs in general too. No, I didn’t personally observe it.
Going into it, I had the impression that people would just be having wild sex left and right. But that wasn’t the case at all. I did see plenty of oral sex. Masturbation. And someone dripping wax on their partner.
That’s all besides the point though.
To me, that didn’t seem to be what KitKat is truly about. It was actually the most inclusive and open minded space I’ve been in. Consent is the number one rule, and people are free to be who they are and do what they want.
Everyone I interacted with was extremely friendly. Some complimented me on my outfit. No one was pushy or creepy.
KitKat is what you want it to be. Depending on your preferences and what you’re looking for, you can probably find it here. Me, well, I was just looking for a night out with the girls.
And my impression is that for the majority of the people there, it’s the same story. They’re there to have some fun in a normally socially unacceptable but super hot outfit without judgement. Kinky stuff completely optional.
And the nudity, you get over it fast. When everyone is half dressed or mostly exposed, it becomes the new normal, and you stop thinking about your own exposed skin. It’s quite freeing really. I started to wondering what it would be like if people could just always wear whatever they want, wherever they want.
Plus, you don’t have to go naked. I don’t have the bible on what to wear there, but harnesses, leather, fishnet, and glitter all seem to be popular options.
Like all Berlin clubs, the air quality is not great. It’s a bit stuffy and very very smokey since you can smoke inside. Techno is pumping, there are different areas to get lost in. There is also an open air oasis — an idyllic swimming pool with people lounging around in their outfits like an edgy erotic garden of eden.