Obama’s Pick for CIA Deputy Director Used to Hold ‘Erotica Nights’ at Bookstore

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 at 10:50 am

She has no qualifications for the job, so clearly it’s a no-brainer for a dangerous  idiot like Obama. Granted, Bill Clinton just volunteered to help her out.

President Obama’s nomination to be deputy director of the CIA was once the hostess of erotic literature readings at a Baltimore bookstore. 

Avril Haines, who is set to replace outgoing deputy director Michael Morell, opened and co-owned Adrians’s Book Cafe two decades ago after dropping out of a graduate program in physics at Johns Hopkins University, The Daily Beast reports. She named the cafe after Haines’ mother, artist Adrian Rappin.

It was there, in a candle-lit room on the second story, that Haines held monthly readings of erotic literature to a crowd of people ‘trying to have sex without having sex’ – in her own words – according to a 1995 Baltimore Sun article.

‘Erotica has become more prevalent because people are trying to have sex without having sex,’ she told the Sun. ‘Others are trying to find new fantasies to make their monogamous relationships more satisfying.

‘What the erotic offers is spontaneity, twists and turns. And it affects everyone.’

Haines wasn’t the initiator of the steamy evening readings. She told the Sun that a customer came to her with the idea.

‘We were terrified who might show up,’ she told the newspaper. ‘We thought it would be a bunch of dirty old men. And a lot of our friends gave us a hard time. They said, “You just want a mass orgy in your bookstore.”‘

But the events proved successful, with singles paying $17 and couples paying $30 to attend. 

Maybe the IRS should audit her to see if she paid taxes on that income.

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One Response to “Obama’s Pick for CIA Deputy Director Used to Hold ‘Erotica Nights’ at Bookstore”

  1. Blue Hen on 13/13/13 at 10:57 am

    But the events proved successful, with singles paying $17 and couples paying $30 to attend

    Are we talking an hour here? All night? Did these stories have happy endings? These details matter.