Club Fetish Nation Returns to Hollywood

Bob Johnson

HOLLYWOOD — Club Fetish Nation is hosting a “uniform fetish” event this Saturday at Circus Disco in Hollywood. The event organizers said the theme is to honor all those in uniformed services and establish a sense of social awareness among its party goers.

Co-producer of Fetish Nation, Brandt Stebbins of Intense Management said, “I had repeated requests during our last two events of 2009 to bring on a uniform theme for one of our upcoming Saturday extravaganzas, and we decided that our return in 2010 was perfect timing. Cop, military, fireman. . . whatever your uniform fetish, pull it on and let’s party. I’m glad to bring the show back in this brand new decade. Fetish Nation is evolving into a destination for those that want to experience live play in an open and up-beat environment.”

While the club night may be filled with decadence, Stebbins said he and his partner organizations have been working on is bringing a sense of social conscience to the events in 2010. “We are working on a benefit in April for B.A.B.E., the adult industry breast cancer awareness organization, spearheaded by Taylor Wane. We are also very happy to have our new sponsor, that is taking a stance for AIDS/HIV awareness and other civic minded causes. Make no mistake however; Fetish Nation will always be about people that play on the edge. We just do it with social awareness.”

Club Fetish Nation is held every 1st Saturday of the month at the Circus Disco, 6655 Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood. The doors open at 9:00 PM and the party runs until 3:00 AM.

For special discount fliers and other information on the event, please visit the official website,