The Six Feet Under Club offers sex in a buried coffin

your penis. The space will be extremely intimate and isolated from the outside environment. However, a night vision webcam in the coffin will project the buried action on a wall where an audience can watch. In this way, the intimacy of the act is preserved while simultaneously being displayed in a public forum. Most importantly, no corpses will be harmed or displaced during the filming of these scenes.

6FUC's purpose in mixing private and public sex is to question why this universal and unifying human experience is one of the most privately guarded and buried secrets.  And like all erotic themed art, it gives people an excuse to explore their own sexual interests in the guise of intellectualism.

The action is scheduled to go down in San Francisco at Arse Elektronika's Space Racy conference, which explores the architectural spaces that contain and define our sexuality: motels with hourly rates, swinger clubs, phallic architecture, sex furniture... While you may not be able to get to California to join the underground club, I wouldn't be surprised to see similar "clubs" spring up at upcoming fetish events. If you choose to  go down this dark corridor of sexuality, make sure you have someone on the outside you trust to dig you out again, a way of signaling outsiders that something is wrong,  and a  source of oxygen. Otherwise you may quickly become part of the growing club of people who die during sexual arousal due to a self induced lack of oxygen.

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As hard as this may be to believe, the Six Feet Under Club (6FUC) is far less perverse than it sounds; it doesn't involve corpses or zombies, though I'm sure it will attract plenty of vampire and undead fetishists. And let's be honest. Who hasn't had a passing fantasy of coffin sex after seeing some of the many deathly hot vampires in the media as of late? Besides that plush coffins look damn comfortable.

6FUC was formed to create a blend of public performance art  and voyeuristic porn. Couples can sign up to be buried together in a crude coffin large enough to house a small elephant or sex scene, though not a sex scene involving a small elephant, unless of course the small elephant is

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