An estimated 300,000 kink enthusiasts inundated 13 city blocks of SOMA yesterday afternoon and evening, participating in the largest leather celebration of its kind anywhere in the world.

Now in its 36th year, the Folsom Street Fair went off without incident Sunday, per the Chronicle, with over a quarter of a million people believed to have been in attendance according to festival organizers.

This year’s fair was, as it always has been, an ode to niche sexual expressions and fetish cultures, and all shades of the sexuality rainbow. And despite an earlier “misunderstanding” over a now-resolved volunteer staffing dilemma involving The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, as reported on by the SF Examiner, Sunday’s fetish-friendly festival was yet (another) hit.

“It’s something I look forward to every year, and we’ve been going for the past decade,” said one 40-something-year-old fairgoer to SFist while shopping at the Mr. S Leather’s booth, her husband sifting through an assortment of small leather goods to her left. “Afterward, we always go out to a nice dinner to treat ourselves. It’s becoming a tradition for us.”

From audience-attended floggings and elephant-sized eggplant emojis to “furries” and leather puppets, here’s a look into yesterday’s 36th Folsom Street Fair.

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