Among the readers is Nasty Canasta, who has been known to dress up as a naughty version of both the fourth and tenth Doctors from Doctor Who. The effect on the crowd, mostly couples, was intoxicating. During the erotic readings, there were hoots and hollers. When Jo Boobs read a shockingly explicit passage from 's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, involving two women holding a third's legs wide apart for the pleasure of a young man, the catcalls came loud and fast. But during the non-erotic readings, the audience fell into rapt attention.
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But who needs indoor events in the summer? We had a friend visiting from the West Coast, and a topless dinner with her sounded like just the thing. So off we went. We took advantage of the season first by gathering in front of the restaurant before the sun went down and watching it descend. Then we headed in. Cowgirl Seahorse is a happy little spot down by the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan side.
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T he Naked Boys Reading collective is what it says on the tin: a literary salon in which naked men read. The atmosphere was both spirited and academic; themed cocktails were clutched in the hands of the female dominated audience, with a fair bit of jovial heckling in between readings. Watching Naked Boys Reading is an experience akin to a hen do hijacked by a spoken word event: a unexpectedly cerebral night of nude performance art.
Not all bookworms are created equal. In other words, they are not all nerdy -- a group of beautiful women get together and read various themed books, poems and novels aloud, completely in the nude as part of Naked Girls Reading. The nude book club was founded in Chicago by burlesque artist Michelle L'amour and her partner Franky Vivid. Although E-readers may be in for today's high-tech world, there is one rule that the spiced-up book club must follow: it is an electronic reader-free zone, which means that they can only read books in proper, paper form.