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'ANIMAL' ANTICS AT S&M FESTIVAL; Human deer stalking and bondage among kinky activities in field.

Byline: JAMES MCCARTHY Reporter james.mccarthy@walesonline.co.uk

aKINKY sex festival where guests pretend to be ponies, puppies and farm animals has been taking place at a secret rural location, we can reveal.

Event organiser Sir Guy Masterleigh claimed as many as 30 guests had signed up for S&M events including hare coursing and deer stalking - using people instead of animals.

"We're holding it on the false summit of a Welsh hill," Sir Guy said on website Fetlife.

"Uphill the land is thickly forested and the hill is convex, so that you have 30-mile views but total privacy.

"We'll do pony-play, puppy-play, human-hunting, outdoor bondage, some will do some work in-role, as at a work camp. It's OK to be into any, all or none.

"There may be some human piggies too, and human cows would fit right in to the scene too."

He claimed "nudity, cross-dressing, public bondage, whatever, is all possible, and indeed encouraged".

Sir Guy was renting a cottage with a community "requiring slaves, maids and other domestic servants".

"In particular I'm looking for a temporary wife and house-maids," he said before the event which runs until today.

"We'll do human pony racing, hare coursing, dog shows, etcetera - particularly on the final Saturday. Lots of other activities the rest of the week."

Sir Guy - not believed to be his real name - sets up events through an organisation called The Tawsingham Society. That has 99 members on its Facebook page. He previously ran a group called the The Other Pony Club.

Guests at this week's event paid PS10 a day to take part.

Sir Guy advised guests to "bring waterproof, windproof clothes, something warm for late nights".

"Otherwise go naked, wear male, female or androgynous clothes, anything goes," he said.

Those attending needed to be open-minded.

"There'll be transwomen on site, young people, older people, maybe other gender variations, sexualities, orientations, singles, couples, trios," he said.

"If you're not easy with that, please don't come."

He warned against taking drugs on site and under-18s were banned.

There were other rules too.

"No knife play, gun play, needle play, breath-play, other edge-play or hazardous activities," he said.

"Don't do anything risky if influenced by drink, drugs, fatigue or anger. Take a nap instead."

People were banned from wearing fetish gear if they could be seen by the public.

They should have "sex only in your tent, or somewhere discreet, or others may get jealous".

Some neighbours were unhappy about the event, being held in a field in the Bancyffordd area of Carmarthenshire, taking place.

Larissa Lewis, from Llandysul, said: "We are in the school holidays and we like to get our kids out from computer games to enjoy our fabulous environment.

"Please do not permit outsiders to bring their disgusting habits here and tempt our young folk."

Speaking this week, Sir Guy claimed a "malicious" campaign had been launched against him for holding events at Bancyffordd. He told Wales On Sunday: "We have invited the local people to come and meet us all.

"There is nothing untoward going on. We are very agreeable people having fun in private.

"I've been doing this with friends for 20 odd years. It's fun and it's private and we enjoy it.

"There is nothing untoward happening at all."

He said dressing up was "fun". "People think there is fun to be had in walking a dog or pony, so let's try playing at it.

"It's not something that has a long history. It is something gentle and fun where all the adults are consenting and are all knowledgeable about what they are doing.

"We have no interest in doing anything else."

This week's rain put a dampener on things.

"It's been really fun but a bit low key because of the weather," he said.

One of Sir Guy's friends, a media professional named Deborah, liked to pretend to be a puppy named Cutie.

"It gives me the psychological OK to do nothing and be responsible for nothing," she said previously.

"After hours of play, I feel relaxed and elated at the same time and the humiliation turns me to jelly."

In full gear she could not stand on two feet.

"Unfortunately, I'm human - damn it - and walking for so long on all fours takes its toll," she said.

The hobby was "not about real pets".

"It's more a lowering of status to the point of being a pet to someone else," Deborah said.

She wasn't distracted by human worries when she was Cutie.

"My mind is empty," she said. "When we've been playing for an hour or so, it can be like a head trip, like getting drunk where everything becomes lovely and vague."

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Human pony racing was one of the activities being offered to revellers at the kinky sex festival being held in Carmarthenshire ALAN CROWHURST

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