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Beast wrote: Do you think this is linked to sex kitten programming, yami?
Yes that's what I was thinking.
I'm not saying that the club is completely bad, but I wouldn't be surprised at all if disturbing things went on there, not always but at least SOMETIMES...
Here are a couple of extracts from a Daily Mail-article about K-K.
Seven years ago, Emma founded Killing Kittens, a company dedicated to helping women explore their fantasies. Ever since, in stately homes and luxury penthouses, she has hosted hundreds of exclusive sex parties for society’s most beautiful people.
Boosted by the impact of Fifty Shades Of Grey, which has suddenly brought suppressed female desire screaming to the surface, applications to join Killing Kittens’ elite guest-list have soared this year. Its online membership now stands at 25,000 worldwide.
‘Our parties are very elitist, very underground,’ Emma explains. ‘The women are always in control. There is no tying up and no spanking. And we have strict vetting criteria.
‘We have jazz, oysters and champagne – with a very posh crowd of about 100 people a time.
Asked to reveal who, specifically, attends her parties, Emma remains evasive, nodding to say, yes, Rhys Ifans was once turned away from one of her parties because he was inappropriately dressed.
Yes, Premiership footballers are desperate to get in and, no, she can’t name any of the actors who came to the party she just threw in a penthouse in the Hollywood Hills.
‘Let’s just say it was very interesting,’ she says.
Bankers, models, property developers, ad executives, Louboutin-clad City girls, high-flying City boys – all flock to her call.
‘The owners are all high- profile, so I have to keep quiet,’ says Emma, revealing the only location that she can discuss is 33 Portland Place, the Georgian townhouse in Marylebone where Colin Firth filmed his speech-therapist sessions in The King’s Speech.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... ation.html
It's a private, secret club, ONLY for "elites". They wear masks, the name is Killing Kittens (depressing name!)
Not anyone could open an elite club just like that, since that requires a lot of connections. I think the founder must've been initiated before she opened it.
So I don't think this is a coincidence, no.