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>Be sure to go. I went a couple of times and it is a hoot!

>Lots of humpy, hunky men.

 

I went last year. It was my first time. Bring a set amount of cash or a credit card you don't mind maxing out. Porn galore!! They had all the good stuff!! And there were nude men, scantily clothed men and lots of freebies.

 

I only stayed a short time as I was overwhelmed with all the stimuli. I have x-rated ADHD and I had to get out of there ... BUT I left with bags full of fun stuff.

 

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>In your experience from past shows, what would the MINIMUM

>you'd want to bring with you???

 

I've gone to the Gay Erotic Expo in NYC two years in a row and had a great time. I'm not a huge fan of porn but there were a lot of hot guys there.

 

It seems like the vendors offer great discounts, which is why so much buying goes on. They have not only the hottest videos for cheap, but a whole array of sex products - lubes and dildos and new things I haven't seen before. And then they have the handful of D-list porn celebreties performing and mulling about.

 

How much money you bring really depends on how much you want to buy, but I had a good time (not a great, great time - but a good time, enough to want to go again) without buying much at all.

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Hello Greathands,

 

>This sounds very interesting ....

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>In your experience from past shows, what would the MINIMUM

>you'd want to bring with you???

 

I am the wrong person to ask since I always buy my porn in bulk. Where I live, there isn't a great deal of variety so when I get to the city I stock up for the long, hard winter. ;)

 

Last year I spent close to $400 at the expo. Now, I make a humble salary so I saved up for that shopping extravaganza. I know for some of you reading this that might seem like nothing at all and for others that may seem outrageous. Again, I buy big twice, maybe three times a year.

 

Now, that was just on porn. The prices for beverages were insane. They were selling a Webster Hall beverage card. It was like a discount thing ..... $835 for three drinks. I stayed with my bottle of water I brought in with me.

 

All in all, worth the price of admission. It was grand.

 

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RE: Fun WIth Dildos

 

Even cops seem to like dildos:

 

Joliet woman's sex toy suit goes to trial

• Federal court: Plaintiff claims police used her private items for 'own amusement'

 

By Joe Hosey

STAFF WRITER

 

CHICAGO — The trial for a local woman's lawsuit against 14 police officers for allegedly capering about with her sex toys and modeling her lingerie during a drug raid on her home opened Monday in federal court in Chicago.

 

Attorneys made opening arguments and eight witnesses testified with the case scheduled to continue today.

 

Plaintiff Dorothy Campbell filed the lawsuit and accused the officers of conducting an unreasonable search and seizure at her then-Raymond Street home in February 2003. She also sought damages from two of the officers over allegations of obtaining a second search warrant under false pretenses to recover a tape of one of their colleagues apologizing for the initial raid.

 

Police served the first search warrant with the intent to locate marijuana they believed her son, Brandon, then

 

18, was selling. Dorothy Campbell was not home when police arrived, but her son and four of his friends were, according to the lawsuit.

 

Officers handcuffed Brandon Campbell and his friends, then "went into (Dorothy Campbell's) dresser drawers and found (her) personal and private sex toys," the lawsuit said.

 

The officers "did not and could not have reasonably believed that (her) private and personal sex toys constituted evidence of possession of cannabis ... or any other crime," according to the lawsuit.

 

Still, the officers took them from the dresser and showed them to Campbell's son, asking him what his mother did with them, the lawsuit states. Then, "the raiding party took (her) personal and private sex toys and used

 

them for their own amusement and left them strewn about the residence," according to the lawsuit.

 

Officers deposed in connection with the civil action have denied this. No marijuana was recovered during the search, and Brandon Campbell was not arrested.

 

A sergeant later showed up at Campbell's house and apologized for the incident, the lawsuit states, and his statements were videotaped by Jacob Campbell, another of Dorothy Campbell's sons.

 

Two days later, an officer made a report claiming there were pornographic images of a 14-year-old girl on a tape in the camera used to record the sergeant's apology. The week after the first raid, police headed to the Campbell home and seized the camera and tape.

 

Campbell's attorney, John Schrock, called the actions of city police "deplorable." In his opening arguments, he called Joliet the City of Champions and told of their illustrious high school football history, but also called it a "city of soldiers," "who do what they're told," claiming officers blindly followed orders from conspiring superiors.

 

Assistant City Attorney Greg Smith contended that Campbell's allegations are "obviously false." He also contends officers violated no one's civil rights.

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