Established in 1994, the Body Perve Social Club (formerly the Bettie Page Social Club) was introduced to Vancouver audiences by the inimitable Velvet Steel. It started out as a chapter of the original BPSC in Toronto, Ontario by George Giarus of Northbound Leather, but quickly grew to become a self-sustaining entity of it's own.
With the help of close friends and associates, Velvet devised a plan that began with the model of a "Dressing-for-Pleasure" etiquette requiring individuals dress in either Leather, Latex, Lingerie, PVC, Rubber, X-dress, Full Parade Uniforms, Costume/Fantasy, Formal Attire, or Period Dress. This was designed to promote a healthy "Dressing-for-Pleasure" sexuality among like minded-adults looking for a place to gather, socialize, meet-and-greet, dance, play, and enjoy a cocktail in a comfortable and friendly environment. Included in this concept is the use of BDSM (Bondage, Domination, Sadism, Masochism), and these activities are highly encouraged at the event.
The Body Perve Social Club grew rapidly creating the need for larger and better venues. Due to the rapid increase in participants, a clarification to the dress code was needed in order to define the standards of the club and maintain the overall fetish flavour of the evening: No jeans of any kind. No business day suits, dress pants, street wear, regular club wear, or half uniforms will be permitted. No exceptions.
Popular demand created the need for a membership roster. This was develo..
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