Smut Slam NYC

A storytelling open mic where you can enjoy hearing the exploits of others – or tell your own. You know what a poetry slam is, and maybe you know about story slams, but this is SMUT SLAM!

Find out about the next show HERE.

Huge all over North America, come join in the story-orgy that has finally arrived in NYC, and is here to stay! Whether you’re an exhibitionist or voyeur, mono or poly, old-fashioned or new, you’ll feel right at home in this community of open minds and open hearts.

RULES: – no notes (this is storytelling) – no costumes or props (this is not theatre) – only five minutes (with a one-minute grace period) AND – the story must be real and have happened to you. Stories often are funny and/or epic win, but we want to encourage people to consider sharing their sad, disturbing, poignant, serious, simple and/or “fail” experiences, too.

Oh and there’re PRIZES, did we mention that? At the end of each show storytellers will win sexy prizes, and one lucky confession from the Fuckbucket will win a very special toy from our sponsor Njoy!

NOT A SMUT SLAMMER? Don’t worry. The audience is in for a good time at SMUT SLAM! Sit back and enjoy. All we ask is: – No interrupting. – No heckling. – No necking in the front row. 18 and over please!

TAKE NOTE: Smut Slam is queer-friendly, kink-friendly AND vanilla-friendly, fat-friendly, poly-friendly… we are very friendly. We welcome people with all types and amounts of sexual experiences to our space. We _don’t_ welcome stories involving racism, transphobia, homophobia, sexism, or any other discrimination, fetishization, or objectification. Also, CONSENT IS KEY.

SMUT SLAM was CREATED by Cameryn Moore, an award-winning playwright/performer, sex activist and educator. When not performing, taking calls, or actually having sex herself, Cameryn writes Sidewalk Smut: custom type-written pornography as street performance and literary art. Find Cameryn being NSFW on Facebook, or at

Smut Slam NYC is hosted by fringe performer/storyteller Trish Parry in association with Trish Tales, monthly at the UNDER St Marks in the heart of the East Village.