Caution: The following contains a report on activities many will find objectionable.
Columbus, Ohio, hotel where sex-fest reportedly scheduled
A Christian activist who helped cancel a sex orgy in Washington, D.C., planned to coincide with President Obama's inauguration is raising alarms about another event – this one scheduled at a hotel in the Columbus, Ohio, area.
The event, LaBarbera reported, is scheduled to feature classes "on 'gangbang' fantasies and various acts of sadomasochistic perversion and consensual sexualized violence, including subjecting fellow participants to hot wax torture, whipping, 'cutting' and needles, and being stapled with an electric staple gun."
WND reported earlier when LaBarbera and his organization were integral is raising alerts about the Washington event and encouraging concerned people to call the hotel and its corporate owners to complain.
He ultimately reported that the "pig sex" homosexual orgy was cancelled because of complaints to the host Doubletree Hotel.
"A big 'Thanks' to each of you who called the Doubletree and its parent company, Hilton Hotels," LaBarbera said, "urging them to not allow this unbelievably depraved and unhealthy homosexual event to occur in public conference rooms."
LaBarbera continued, "We learned that thousands of concerned Americans called to complain in response to our reporting and follow-ups by WorldNetDaily.com, Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber and other conservative websites."
As WND reported, LaBarbera obtained information about the planned Washington event via e-mail from a source within the homosexual community.
The original e-mail advertising the "pig sex" orgy said, "We've now got a KILLER line up of DEMOS, including super skilled rope bondage, sounds play, and flogging. LIVE Music and Sound is gonna be provided by THE BLACK PARTY DJ Rich King. So you can s---, fist, rim, and [f---] TO THE BEAT."
He now is reporting that the coming event, at the facility owned by Intercontinental Hotels Group, was investigated and confirmed locally by Citizens for Community Values, a Family Policy Council organization in the state.
A spokesman there told WND he personally was told by the motel about the event, including information that registrations for the "events" had to go through the sponsor, but the motel would handle room reservations and registrations.
A spokesman at the motel told WND requests for comment were being directed to a sales manager, but a message left by WND seeking some answers was not returned.
LaBarbera again urged those who are concerned to call the motel or comment on the Intercontinental Hotels Group's website.
"Tell them that is wrong to profit off of degrading and dangerous perversions that could present a health hazard to hotel workers or other guests," he said.
He noted the organization's website states rules suggesting "extreme perversions" are "likely to occur."
For example, the rules demand: "Single tail [whip] play, Wax, Medical, Cutting, Needle play, and FirePlay, must be performed in the designated areas only. Please [c]onsult a PSM [Play Space Monitor] for the appropriate area if you are not sure. Drop clothes, gloves, condoms, sharps containers, tarps, etc., must be used for this sort of play."
LaBarbera also cited the limit: "Gun Play, Golden showers (urine), Brown Showers (Feces) or Rainbow/Roman showers (Vomit) are not allowed in this venue."
"What other conference imaginable would have to issue this shocking warning," he said.
LaBarbera also said he confirmed independently that the event was scheduled.
"A hotel staffer said the event started ou[t] smaller but has 'grown to quite a lot of people,' selling out nearly all the 231 rooms in the hotel. He indicated that there would be guests staying this Friday through Sunday who are not part of the sadomasochistic event. Surely, those guests are in for a surprise unless the 'wicked' sexual perversion gathering is canceled," LaBarbera said.
An Internet search for the conference title revealed information about the "sold-out" event at a "sexual adventure" organization. It listed featured speaker Tristan Taormino, described by LaBarbera as "the self-described 'queer' author of 'The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women' and an advocate of 'polyamory' – multiple-partner relationships."
The report said the conference also will feature information about the "art" of "erotic biting," "electric stapling sensation play," "age play – who's your daddy?" and "did someone say 'gangbang?'"
Devices that were to be made available at a Washington party for homosexuals
News of the event led some concerned citizens to object, some to pray and some to take action. Matt Barber, director of cultural affairs for Liberty Alliance Action and Liberty Counsel, said he had contacted health officials about the event.
"It's simply inexcusable that the Doubletree would place at risk the health of its staff and future guests by facilitating this orgy in rooms where food is served," said Barber. He said hotel staff members apparently will be tasked with cleaning up "the various forms of potential infectious biological waste left behind.'
LaBarbera previously reported on "Leather" events held annually at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago and has criticized the company for its "long history of enabling and profiting off of the hyper-promiscuous 'leather' movement by hosting the annual sadomasochistic 'International Mr. Leather' conference."
Obama, during his campaign and since the election, repeatedly has affirmed his support for homosexual rights, and his aides have said that they expect him to announce he will lift the ban on open homosexuality in the U.S. military.