The Purple Hazzze Club doesn’t have a bricks-and-mortar home – it exists in the immersive 3D world of virtual reality.
You’ll need a VR headset to catch a glimpse of star attractions like rubber-clad Spidergirl, pole-dancing humanoid robot Alise, or Arrie the alien who “loves to grease herself up and rub her a** to a shine”.
Social media feeds for the self-styled “Intergalactic VR club” promise adult entertainment suitable for “all species and mature connoisseurs”.
Computer-rendered previews for the club’s attractions show a mixture of photorealistic humanoids and creepy latex-wrapped aliens, catering for all tastes.
Flirty Instagram teasers from cyborg stripper Elise tempt potential club-goers with catchphrases such as “my joints require regular lubrication, don’t let them squeak”.
For post-human fetish fans who dream of cyborg pole dancers performing for them – or just self-isolating internet-dwellers that are just trying to find new ways to spice up their lockdown – Purple Hazzze might be just the thing.
The club says in a statement: ”When borders are again being drawn around and restrictions are being established, we believe that there should be no negative effect on communication and the realisation of our most secret desires.”
It has no specific launch date announced yet but the preview images and footage look fairly finished, suggesting that opening night may not be too far off.
The pandemic has driven all sorts of erotic entertainment online – with lapdancers, dominatrices and even celebrity sex club Killing Kittens launching new lockdown-friendly incarnations to stay one step ahead of the pandemic.
And Purple Hazzze could soon be joining them as part of a brand new all-virtual demi-monde.