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New look for constant desires

The brothel is about to get a whole lot sexier!

Les mecs are where you find them

 

… and Alyx Dellamonica found this fellow at the Westminster Pier Park offical opening.

He looks ready to open many things, among them the door to the playhouse and the adventurous heart.  And the stilts just make it that much more delightful. [Photo courtesy Alyx Dellamonica.]

Love Conquers All: A Photographic Album

Since the evening of LOVE CONQUERS ALL, there’s been a great deal of interest from attending patrons in Rick Lieder’s photographs of the performers and performance, and wishful requests from those who were unable to attend the one-night-only affair.
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A floozy’s life is not an easy one

Oh certainly, it looks pleasant, seen through a glass or two (or more) of rum punch. But a floozy’s life, mesdames et messieurs, is not an easy one, what with the line at the peep show and the gentlemen who are no gentlemen at all.

Sometimes it takes more than rum punch to make the evenings pass. Sometimes it takes hashish. Or something even stronger.

Is it any wonder that a girl new to the life might decide that, if one works in the brothel, it may be better to use the brain than the body?

Love conquers all, surely. Yet love is capricious, love comes like a thief in the night. And in the meantime, there are still the patrons to please . . . .

All photos courtesy Rick Lieder:

Ben Stange and Samantha Moltmaker 

Ben Stange

Vanessa Ellen Hentschel 

Torri Ashford

Samantha Moltmaker

The cast of “Love Conquers All”

 

Left to right, Jordan Whalen as Istvan, Vanessa Ellen Hentschel as Spinning Jennie, Ben Stange as Laddie, Torri Ashford as Victoria, Samantha Moltmaker as Lucy, and Julanne Jacobs as Decca.

Photo courtesy Rick Lieder.

Those thousand words

They might include ravished or champagne or war, or peep show, or a thousand other things, really: it was a busy, busy night at the brothel, situated there at the intersection of the present and the past, of the hard commerce of paid desire and the love that conquers all.

So instead we offer this portrait of LUCY, betwixt and between two masked patrons of the evening, contemplating just what a girl must do for love.

[Samantha Moltmaker as Lucy in “Love Conquers All.”  Photo courtesy Rick Lieder.]

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