Video from FetishCon 2010: Jewel Marceau on stage, Jamie Daniels & Neptune enduring tickle torture (SFW)

sucking off the giant rubber cock of a man dressed as the devil until bloody jism shoots over her naked body---at least she was attractive and seemed to be enjoying herself.

Okay so maybe there are certain videos you should have to wait until you're 18 to see. But, you can check out the still images from the above events at the photo gallery for Devil's Night.

Below is a sample of the tamer video clips from FetishCon 2010. The first two are from a demonstration on tickle torture by Laughing Stocks in which models Jamie Daniels and Neptune are secured in medieval stocks and, well, tickled for extensive periods of time. It may not turn you on, but it will at least make you laugh. And it's good to know that not all fetishes are dark and malicious. Some are cute and hilarious.

The last clip is of fetish model Jewel Marceau warming up the crowd at the Devil's Night afterparty. We had to cut her climactic finish where she takes off her top and dumps a jug of water on her, well, jugs.

If you find these videos unsatisfying, you'll have to check out the real thing by keeping an eye on nearing fetish parties on our adult events page.

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For some reason Youtube won't allow me to upload the bulk of the video clips I shot at Secret Room's after parties for FetishCon 2010. What has happened to our freedom of expression when we can't upload video of Rebecca from Rebecca's RubberRoom stripping down and scrubbing her heavily tattooed skin in a bubble bath. It's not like she was completely naked; she wore a g-string and black tape over her nipples. And what's so offensive about Idelsy fondling her bare chest, then

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