I thought I’d knock up a quick review of my favorite kink night that we attend on a regular basis, Alert! in Manchester. The night is held on the 4th Friday of each month at “Alter Ego”, a club right down at the end of canal street and to the right on Princess Street.
Alert! always seems to be focal point of several kink weekends that occur in the Manchester village. They always have an event during the rubber weekend, the skinhead weekend, for pride and BLUF too. They also try to have the occasional themed night too, although they accept any kink gear at all even on special nights so that people can always come in what gets them off.
As I previously mentioned, we attended the rubber event last month in May before heading off to Birmingham Pride, but this month we went during the skinhead weekend that was taking place in Manchester. Its not often that I wear skinhead gear or go to skinhead events. I do like the look of the gear, and I love the skinhead camaraderie when in groups.
Although my hubby was attending the event in his usual leathers, I got out my bleachers, boots and a new tshirt from Drubskin (www.drubskin.com) and his Society6 store (later article on his work to follow).
The night started off pretty quietly, but we met our friends Gary & Paul, and Gary & Joe and it soon got busy. The skinhead contingent was pretty quiet though, with not many guys in attendance in skin gear, which surprised me as the nights are usually quite popular.
The guys from Rob had a sponsored head-shaving event going, which proved to be quiet popular, but I wasn’t sure how you got onto the list of how to have your head shaved. It did dramatically improve the sexiness of several guys who went in with long hair and came out looking a lot harder.
Also an appearance by Danny_xxx (@skinbossdan on twitter) and his mates, provided most of the entertainment as they tied up a few boi’s on the dancefloor, acted hard and even at one point decided that trying to whip my arse through my bleachers was a good idea (its not, it used to taking a lot more than that!).