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I have logged 10 ,count em, 10 years working for an adult bookstore and I think I am more than qualified to offer some helpful tips to make your visit to these shops just a little more enjoyable. Please excuse any grammatical or spelling errors. It is a complete wast of time to become upset when I refuse to shake your hand after you exit the arcade.
February 1, Visits to adult bookstores elicit behavior that ranges from macho swagger to skulking insecurity in men and bold confidence to adolescent giggling in women, a new University of Florida study finds. The dividing line appears to be whether men and women go to the stores alone or in a group, with gaggles of women often tittering like bashful teenagers and men with girlfriends resorting to macho bragging and gay-bashing homophobia, said Dana Berkowitz, a UF sociology graduate student whose research is published in the October issue of the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.
Adult video store with rows of booths in the back. There's usually 1 attendant but he seems pretty cool and doesn't look to try to bother people as long as no one does anything stupid. The booths have doors that seem to get left open most of the time and there is plenty of space for more than one per booth.
Adult bookstores face a range of challenges that implicate First Amendment freedoms, including zoning ordinances, licensing laws and obscenity prosecutions. Many municipalities regulate the location of adult businesses by either dispersing them throughout certain areas or relegating them to a particular part of town. Cities generally justify these zoning measures by relying on what is known as the secondary-effects doctrine.
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Working as a porn clerk for four years was a brilliant, outlandish adventure better than any Chuck Palahniuk novel. I watched sweet grannies try on sexy maid outfits in the dressing room; and newlywed couples traipse dreamily through the aisles in their wedding garb while selecting items for their honeymoon. I accepted countless soggy, butt-pocket dollars from truckers; made friends with porn stars, prostitutes, and the occasional police officer; and heard the sounds of a suburban dad getting serviced in the back room.
E-commerce has ravaged industries more robust than the sex shop over the past decade—look to the grave of Borders and bookstores more generallyor the woes of once-thriving retailers like Gap or J. Crew, or the decline of the American shopping mall for just a few examples. And it's easy to imagine that brick-and-mortar adult stores, traditionally a class of retailer where taboo products like dildos and pornography are purchased behind veiled storefronts, might be ravaged by the anonymity and purchasing ease offered by the internet, too.