Suzy Homewrecker Is Taking the Phoenix Fetish Scene Mainstream

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Andrew Pielage
Suzy Homewrecker is poised to make the Phoenix fetish scene downright trendy.

On an unseasonably cool evening in late May, a woman hanging by a hook embedded in the flesh on her back is elevated several feet in the air, onstage at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe. She is holding a marionette control in each hand, and below her, the strings are tied to two other people through minor incisions on their arms. The three of them move to the beat, and the "marionettes" dance with each other. Around them, a crowd goes wild.

On a smaller stage nearby, a woman holds a paddle while a man, wearing nothing but a thong, stands still, arms raised high and hands holding a wooden frame, waiting for the paddle to make contact with his skin.

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On the patio outside, attendees swarm tables where vendors have set up their wares. A woman examines a red leather whip carefully. At the next table, a seller shows a woman how to use a shock therapy kit, a machine that delivers electric shocks to different areas of the body.

Tonight's fashion statements include head-to-toe rubber suits, impossibly high platform shoes or combat boots, and heavy, dark makeup around the eyes. Some people are simply naked from the waist up, colorful tutus around their waists.

This is the Fetish Prom. Thousands are at the Marquee to see live industrial music acts, watch professionals tie or whip each other (a DIY stage toward the back of the venue offers attendees a chance to get in on the act themselves), visit dozens of vendors selling whips, chains, vibrators, massagers, and slave collars, and view live performances of hook suspension — a body modification that involves elevating someone using hooks that perforate skin.

People hanging by hooks and spanking each other in semi-public is nothing new, even in Phoenix. The Fetish Prom is sponsored by Horns & Halos, a production company that has sponsored most of the big fetish events in town for the past 10 years. If you didn't know that Phoenix has a large, active fetish scene, you might be even more surprised to learn that it has factions.



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toysthatkill
toysthatkill

Love it or hate it this article got your attention….that is success! 

richardgkillgore
richardgkillgore

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what_up
what_up

This woman is a pariah who has long exploited those too naive to know better. Her true talent is making herself seem relevant, and once again the good people of New Times are all too ready to support that endeavor. What is this now, the 5th or 6th feature you've done on her? Kudos on your hard hitting journalism.

visito1
visito1

Sadisco didn't end because Toby found out he had cancer. It wasn't until years after that he found that out.

jasonrdawleyy
jasonrdawleyy

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glyphhunter
glyphhunter

Been to a few of the Horns n' Halos events, always an interesting and good time.


mitch_phxaz
mitch_phxaz

The title of this article is completely misleading because Suzy is not going mainstream. Mainstream is coming to fetish. We are pushing the edges maintaining what classic fetish should be while welcoming and inviting new people to explore their own unique and amazing sexual/fetish interests. The article unfortunately digresses into half truths, innuendo, lies and other non relevant information on the greater Phoenix fetish community. The writer is clearly doing shock journalism, not checking on facts or doing research into deeper areas. If the article focused exclusively on Suzy it would have been great. By including non relevant areas, PNT has hurt its own reputation and many others.

TheComrade
TheComrade

This reads like an Onion article.


Why don't these guys just admit that the primary driver is the reaction to their wacky upbringing and home life?  Instead it's couched in talk about journeys and self discovery and appreciation for adventure and so on and so on.  Well, no, it's pretty clearly about escapism and damage control.

Erika Plante
Erika Plante

Awesome article- systems down at work and was the perfect distraction...

Lee Tribbie
Lee Tribbie

Good story, glad to see our fetish scene is becoming more well known.

John Groseclose
John Groseclose

She's a hoot. Got a few images of her at Skin Art Expo a few years back.

toysthatkill
toysthatkill

@what_up Jealousy made you take the time to write this review? 

im_down
im_down

@what_up a pariah huh? sounds reasonable, I wouldn't let it be around me or mine.

mitch_phxaz
mitch_phxaz

did you have anything relevant to add or just be an ass?

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