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We were met with identical stock, disinterested staff and the lingering scent of PVC. It was clear from the outset that these were not comfortable experiences for anyone involved due to the overwhelming amount of low-quality stock, dark interiors and constant aversion of eye contact or interaction. Most striking was the fact that the only difference between each shop was the name plastered on the storefront.
Blue Ireland sees itself as Ireland's answer to Playboy and includes 'photos of Irish girls baring all, sexy stories and in depth articles investigating Ireland's thriving Swinging and BDSM cultures'. Editor Ami O'Brien, from a rural background in south east Wexford, said she 'jumped at the chance' to be editor when her employers A Line Publishing said they were going to produce an Irish 'adult' mag. Ami said that a sister of an A Line employee actually came up with the idea and she fully supports the thinking behind it.
Utopia sex shop on Capel Street, Dublin, pictured here in Robert Doyle, one of the owners of Playbluetold TheJournal. If we had protests outside the shop each day we could have been treating them to sandwiches.
Dublin's most decadent night out is just an old-fashioned bit of fun, Tassel Club creator Sara Colohan tells Kevin Courtney. She's being coy, of course; as the woman behind The Tassel Club, Dublin's most decadent, debauched night out, Colohan is the happy ringmistress of a rude and racy circus, featuring breathtaking feats of bosom gymnastics, dangerous balancing acts, jaw-dropping dance routines, unruly usherettes and saucy striptease. Not the kind of thing Mary Whitehouse would have been queuing up to see. So how did a nice girl from Galway end up instigating this feast of nocturnal naughtiness, coming to a secret location in Dublin next Wednesday?