The Fort Lauderdale City Commission got the shock of a lifetime when three dominatrices showed up to their Tuesday night meeting demanding a quarter of a million dollars to build a sex dungeon.
Three women dressed head-to-toe in black leather bondage gear reportedly attended the city commission meeting to oppose a million dollar waste management deal.
According to the Daily Mail, the women, who had full face obscuring face masks on, marched up to the open microphone in a single file line.
Their apparent leader, who’s red painted lips were the only skin visible on her body, addressed the commission.
“Good evening counsel peoples you may call me ‘Mistress,'” she began.
“I am here standing neutral to the motion approving an agreement for the proprietary purchase of Yardways Processing and Disposal.”
“I do, however, find it interesting that you will spend almost 1 million dollars to hide your secrets down the drain – hiding that condom I know used to cheat on your spouse with,” she continued.
As an alternative she requested that the city utilize part of the money to fund a sex dungeon, where she would be happy to spank all the members of the city counsel.
“I propose that you use a quarter of that mill to support doms and subs in Broward County – to build a dungeon created for us by us – the taxpayers and voting citizens,” she concluded.
“I look forward to spanking each and every single one of you at the new esteemed dungeon, you are dismissed.”
Meanwhile in Tennessee, drag queens are rallying against a state bill that will ban them from performing in front of children.
Republican Senator Jack Johnson proposed Senate Bill 3, which seeks to classify drag shows as “adult cabaret performances,” in an effort to limit sexual content around children.
His bill was a direct response to a drag show hosted at Tennessee Tech University in September, which portrayed a performer dressed as a Catholic monk strip down into a corset and stockings.
At the same show, children aged 3 to 10 were in attendance, and were witnessed giving cash tips to the performer.
“The intent of the legislation is just to simply say that you cannot have sexually explicit entertainment … in a public venue where kids might be present,” Johnson said about the bill.
“We’re protecting kids and families and parents who want to be able to take their kids to public places. We’re not attacking anyone or targeting anyone,” he told NBC News.
If it passes, the bill will make it an offense for anyone who puts on a drag show in a location where children would be able to view the performance.
Chris Saunders, the executive director of the Tennessee Equality Project, said that drag shows are art, and are no more sexual than other dance performances.
“What does it mean when someone who is dancing shakes their hips,” he questioned.
“Cheerleaders clearly do it. Dance teams clearly do it. If a drag queen does it, does that suddenly make it sexual?”
Johnson is adamant that the bill will not ban drag shows or performers.
“It just says you can’t do something that’s sexually explicit. It won’t prevent someone dressed in drag from being in a parade or being in public,” he remarked.
Recently, an official at U.S. Space Force was investigated for misconduct in the workplace for wearing a Borat-style chartreuse mankini over his clothes on the job, and keeping sex toys in his office.
Andrew Cox, director of the Pentagon’s Space Security and Defense Program, was subject to a six-month investigation for making his employees feel “ostracized and uncomfortable” by wearing his mankini at an office party.
“He [told us he] put it on in front of his wife and bent over and said, ‘Honey, how do you like this?'” One co-worker revealed.
Cox also kept a pair of silver, glitter hot pants in a frame in his office and a silver case full of sex toys, which he once presented to attendees of a meeting.
He was known to act “like a 13-year-old boy,” and discussed oral sex and male genital piercings so frequently, that one female employee quit.
Despite the six-month long inquiry into his professionalism in 2020, Cox was allowed to keep his cushy six-figure salary with just a formal letter of reprimand as his only consequence.