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Someone Penned a Lesbian Erotic Novel About Kim Davis’ Time In Jail – No Really

Today just keeps getting batter. The infamous bigot and Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis is now the inspiration for a new lesbian erotic novel.

That’s right, author Lilith St. Augustine said Davis inspired her to write Kim Goes To Jail: An Erotic Story. An erotic tale about a small town woman who goes to jail over an issue surrounding religious rights and gay rights.

However, when she gets to jail, things get a little steamy with some of her female cellmates.


Quoted in the New York Daily News:

The NSFW book paints steamy images in the readers’ head of the changes Kim is experiencing behind bars.

One day I’m standin’ on the side of the Lord against sexual perversion, and the next I’m in prison orange watchin’ a buck nekkid m—— vixen ’bout to do impure things to herself and to my soul in one single, terrifyin’ act,” the character says in the novel.

St. Augustine certainly nails Davis’ folksy twang. You can almost hear her self-righteous voice utter those words tinged with both self-hatred and excitement.

St. Augustine told The Huffington Post that she created the novella “to poke fun at [people who use religion to deny others their rights]” and also give readers…

… satisfaction not only in the typical erotica sense but also of seeing a character do some things that, in the real world, would obviously be anathema to the kinds of people we’re talking about.

There can be pleasure in irony sometimes. And hopefully readers will get a chuckle or two while we’re at it.”

Buy the book now for just $1.49. AND SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THE MOVIE RIGHTS.


Poll Finds Most Americans Don’t Agree Kim Davis Stance On Same-Sex Marriage

As we all though, anti-gay clerk Kim Davis of Rowan County was jailed for contempt of court after she ignored direct orders from a court, by continuing to refuse to let same-sex couples marry.


Why? Well, even after begin married herself four times, she still claims God doesn’t want gays to marry.

However, a poll has found that despite a sizeable amount of public support for her position at the start of the controversy, now nearly two thirds of Americans disagree.


The Washington Post-ABC News poll found 63% of those surveyed say Davis should be required to do so regardless of her religious objections.

According to pollsters, almost one in two, or 45%, approved of the decision by a federal judge to send Davis to jail for not complying with his order to issue those licenses. And 16% preferred Davis be forced to issue the licenses, but were against sending her to jail for her refusal.

Nearly three-quarters of respondents said when civil rights and religious beliefs conflict, it is more important to treat everyone equally than to accommodate someone’s objections based on faith. And it wasn’t just Democrats but Republicans, liberals, and conservatives who offered broad support for that concept.

The Post-ABC poll was conducted Sept. 7-10 among a random national sample of 1,003 adults, including land-line and cellphone respondents. Overall results have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.