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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.


Lesbian Pulp Web Series ‘The Chanticleer’ Debuts

If you think lesbian representation is bad now then consider what it was like in the 1950s and 60s where being gay was still an act punishable by law in many places across the world.

As a result of the criminalisation, all things gay got a bad rep and were seen as ‘dirty’ or ‘seedy’, right up their with gangs, drugs and murder.What its reputation did pave the way for, however, is lesbian pulp fiction. ‘Pulp’ fiction was called that as the books were printed on cheap pulp wood paper and as they were purposefully sensational and weren’t respect at all in literary circles, it also meant that they were able to duck the censors.

Much of the content of lesbian fiction wasn’t very good (the books were designed to fulfil straight male fantasies) and usually featured predatory lesbians, voyeurism and even witchcraft. But still, lesbian pulp fiction is an important checkpoint on the way to good representation. And now, as a bit of a throwback to the era and all of the lesbian tropes it introduced, new web series The Chanticleer has just made its debut.


Set in 1955, The Chanticleer features a woman named Edie Chaucer as she comes back to New York to take over her (deceased) father’s bar. As you’re probably hoping, things get real queer real fast when Edie hires a young lesbian named Val who quickly causes controversy due to her dress sense. Y’see, Val dresses in both men and women’s clothing, much to the despair of other gay characters who like to keep it strictly butch or femme only.

Typical gender roles aside though, The Chanticleer packs in both a dramatic and romantic punch. There are plenty of queer women here for you to ship and you’ll be rooting for Edie, Val and co. as they fend off their territory from the likes of corrupt cops who are doing everything in their power to shut Edie’s queer hotspot down. Not that Edie will give up the bar without a fight, mind you.

There will be six episodes of The Chanticleer in total, with two already posted on KitschMix.TV. The next episode will premiere on April 1st, 2015.