One Manly Bedpost

The saucy ladies of Bedposts let the boys run amok

Bedpost Confessions' Rosie Q, Julie G, Mia Martina, Sadie Smythe
Bedpost Confessions' Rosie Q, Julie G, Mia Martina, Sadie Smythe (photo by Lisa Dean)

Bedpost Confessions, that monthly reminder of all things sexy, sensual and literary is back again for the holidays and is going guy this month with a very special (mostly) all-male show.

This month's show is December 8, featuring Jay Byrd & Sonnet Blanton, poet Bret Beene, trip-hopper Ejede, erotic master Michael Flower, and author Irwin Tang.

Emcee'd by yours truly, Julie Gillis and with a holiday warmup by Jessica Leigh's dirty ukulele, this BedPost Confessions is sure to knock your jock off.

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