Underwear for two
Originally, the hostess, Teresa Y. Roberson, had big dreams of decorating the venue with genitaila-shaped chocolates, lubricant and vibrating cock rings–all generously donated by Le Rouge.
Yet, the venue requested for her to be more discreet with the adult treats in case some minors entered the bookstore on a Sunday stroll with their parents; so Teresa arrived early to take some purely photo shoot pictures.
Since the adult treats donated by Cindie’s were already concealed by opaque bags, they remained on full display throughout the show.
Nonetheless, Teresa had a terrific time personally handing out the adult treats to the audience as they arrived, asking them to be mindful if any children showed up.
The Happy-Valentine’s-Day Rouletters came out in full force to share their narratives about Sex, Love & Virtual Reality.
Katie Thibodeau kicked off the show, exploring the stabbing aspects of love.
Donna Dechen Birdwell discussed the awkwardness of her adult children reading sex scenes in her novels, providing steamy examples from Way of the Serpent.
Click on the link to view Teresa Y. Roberson, Katie Thibodeau and Donna Dechen Birdwell:
Udelle Robinson reminisced about the pursuit of ideal love.
Brian Grosz gave the vivid history of his love amulet and then showed it to the audience.
Robin Barratt shared a sexual adventure with some electrifying results.
Birdman 313 read a little quickie called “Lust.”
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Teresa Y. Roberson gushed about being engaged…to her creative life, which did not include biological children, but rather her artistic fruits of labor.
Thom the World Poet, always the bringer of poetic sunshine and enlightenment, shined his wisdom about love.
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Stephanie Johnson began the open mic.
Donna Dechen Birdwell Brian Grosz Sydney King
Click on the link to view Stephanie Johnson, Donna Dechen Birdwell, Brian Grosz and Sydney King:
Click on the link to view Udelle Robinson:
Birdman 313 Robin Barratt Teresa Y. Roberson Thom the World Poet
Click on the link to view Robin Barratt, Teresa Y. Roberson and Thom the World Poet:
By audience applause, Brian Grosz and Thom the World Poet shared the guy’s prize and Donna Dechen Birdwell won the gal’s prize for the best performance.