Burning Man’s wildest moments – from man breaking penis in orgy to group showers


Burning Man is often described as the “wildest festival in the world”.

Drugs, debauchery and daring costumes are commonplace at the nine-day event, which was first started in 1986.

But for the last two years, “Burners” have missed their trips to the Black Rock desert in Nevada due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The event has moved online – and revellers can sign up to virtual reality orgies and wacky workshops instead of doing them in person.

In the absence of Burning Man, some are also using this time to share their festival experiences with the world.

Here are some of their most jaw-dropping confessions…



Burning Man has gone virtual this year – so here’s a look back at the festival’s wild moments

Burning Man regular Sammy says attendees are more free-spirited than revellers at other festivals.

The 29-year-old journalist, from Washington, US, admits the experience is “awesome” but “a lot” to take in.

She told The Sun: “I met a gentleman who had been at the Orgy Dome – the only camp with air conditioning, where you go and have sex.

“He was having sex with the seventh guy that day and broke his penis.

“He had to go to the nearest town and get stitches and was back at the playa the next day.”

Open-minded Burners are happy to talk about their sex lives freely – and many even hop in to shower together.



Sammy Burning Man
Journalist Sammy recalls tales of broken penises and group showers

Sammy recalled: “You basically take a shower with 50 people.

“You walk into this clear container and everyone’s naked, people spray you with Dr. Bronner’s soap and then hose you down with water.

“Then you just hang and dance nude with a bunch of squeaky clean happy people. It’s a vibe.”

The festival fan admits there’s “lots of people taking drugs” at Burning Man too.

If you’re looking to experiment with sex or getting high, there’s plenty of opportunities to do so.



Burning Man's wildest moments – from man breaking penis in orgy to group showers
Festival-goers frolick naked – and then some get hosed off in the shower together

While Sammy doesn’t have any first-hand experiences of what happens inside Burning Man’s orgy tent, some have spoken candidly about it.

The festival’s California-based bosses, And Then There’s Only Love, insist its a “safe, consensual, sex positive, inclusionary and exploratory environment”.

Guests must be sober enough to consent before entering the tent, where they are vetted before they get down to business.

On Reddit, one festival-goer said the tent conditions are more controlled than you may expect.

They wrote: “They have a nice set up, clean towels and cushions, and moderate climate control.”



People dance around the embers of the Burning Man
Revellers have shared their different Orgy Tent experiences from Burning Man

They continued: “The door is always staffed, and you must have a partner to enter.

“Inside is generally not a writhing pile of 10 or 15 naked bodies as the name might suggest.

“Usually the dome is occupied by couples, with some threesomes and moresomes.

“For the most part, people keep to themselves, though partner swapping happens, and sometimes more!

“Usually there are some people watching on the edges, voyeurism and having an audience are definitely in play here, so know that going in.

“If someone is bothering you, most of the time they’ll stop when you ask, although the tent staff is happy to help resolve any uncomfortable problems that may arise.”

Another Redditor also shared their Orgy Tent experience.

They wrote: “The Orgy Dome (And Then There’s Only Love) works on the idea that you enter with a partner or partners, and then play with them.

“There’s pretty minimal interaction going on with strangers, other than eye contact.

“Any interaction that does happen would be based around consensual communication – if you wanted to (ejaculate) on someone else, you really ought to ask them first.

“In my experiences, it usually works this way.

“Every now and then, you might see someone hanging out in the entrance room waiting for a partner, but this is supposed to be discouraged.”



Burning Man festival
Burning Man is famous for its open-minded guests and wacky costumes

In an interview with Cosmopolitan, a Burning Man reveller shared a similar experience.

While the participated in group sex, they said the focus was more on couples and their own partners.

They admitted: “We were probably there for over an hour.

“The six of us all shared one mattress and eventually took over a second one.

“I guess I had imagined lots of loud, porn-style, showy sex — but it’s not like that at all.

“Almost everyone was super intimate with their own partners.

“Part of the appeal is to have sex semi-publicly, but nobody seemed to be trying to win any Adult Video News awards.”

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