Metro NZ


I arrive early and there’s already a line. On the window outside, a “Safer Space Agreement” is printed on hot-pink paper, noting that filming and photography are not allowed, instructing patrons not to touch the dancers, and making clear the club’s no-tolerance policy regarding trans-phobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, slut-shaming, fatphobia, sizeism, ableism, xenophobia and ageism.

After an induction, staff hand out branded stickers to cover our phone cameras and we’re allowed upstairs, where organiser Sarita Das rushes around making sure volunteers in hi-vis vests have everything they need. Das wears a black leotard and stick-on rhinestones, their blue ponytail skimming their waist.

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