The Oscar and Mae salon, a modern day literary salon, popped up again, but this time the theme was sexy, saucy seduction at Teddy’s at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. When I arrived I was given a Swing Card that had a program of the evening for me to enjoy, including three boudoir sessions. First off, my flirtatious foreplay included live Chinese poetry body art written in black ink on my wrist while girls in panties were being painted.
Mr Etienne from the band No Doubt helped us get in the mood as he played his trumpet romantic jazz style while we sipped on Stoli Pomegrenate Aphrodisiac drinks called Passion and Temptation. Brian Howie, author of How to Find Love in 60 Seconds discussed with us ‘Why are we still single?” as we learned girls want to feel three things – to feel safe, sexy, and special. An interesting dialogue ensued about what is more important – to have children with a man you know you may divorce in ten years or to not have kids with a man you will be married happily to for the rest of your life.
The somatic sexologist Miss Jaiya explained core erotic wiring to our group, which categorizes sexual preferences into 4 groups (sensual, energetic, dominatrix, shapeshifter) depending on what feels good for you. Check out her expertise at www.newworldsexeducation.com.
Math genius Chris McKinlay shared with us how he hacked OKCupid to find his wife in 90 days on the dating website. Comedian Carla Collins had us howling in laughter as she blurred the lines stand up style. Actor Eric Balfour (who I remember from Six Feet Under) read to us beautifully from Dangerous Liaisons as Mr. Etienne played his sexy tunes to set the mood.
And if that wasn’t enough stimulation for one evening, we headed upstairs to the Spare Room with our goody bags filled with bullet vibrators, sex spanking paddles, massage oil, and 55 Facts of Smartballs.
Proceeds from the evening supported Aids Project LA.