Let’s see. How can I be ‘delicate’ about this topic.
But, it seems in a world fraught with scandalous behavior, there has been an onslaught of some brand-new scandalous behavior. Well, not exactly an onslaught but, according to media sources, some ‘incidents’ of activities by young ladies who should have been warned by their parents that to so indulge would either send them blind or sentence them to an eternity in Purgatory.
What it seems is that in certain public libraries in the US and Canada some young females are giving themselves to self-expression by (ahem) getting very familiar with their girly parts in said libraries and filming the process for all and sundry who might want to view said behavior. A few of them have been busted for ‘public indecency’ and, at the very least permanently expelled from the libraries in question.
My goodness gracious, in a library of all places. What would compel a young woman to doff her undies and share an activity that most people kinda think should be private for the sake of all to see? I honestly have no idea, but the word ‘exhibitionism’ comes to mind. Or maybe bad potty-training before they were three-years-old.
But, a library. Wow, locally the City of Courtenay’s primary concern with their library has been loiterers hanging about and rendering certain members of the public uncomfortable by their very presence on the planet let alone at the library. But, as far as I know, female users of the place have kept their knickers where they should be. Not a ‘Jill’ in the lot.
It’s not that libraries are strangers to the seamier side of life. Way up on the top floor of the University of BC Library there use to be a chamber called Special Collections. That was the place in which the ‘dirty’ (heh-heh) stuff was kept and so salacious were some of the tomes deemed to be that SC was off limits for those of more tender minds, and only juniors, seniors or grads could access the ribald musings of de Sade. Anais Nin, Henry Miller and so forth. And that wasn’t all that long ago. Well to remember that Lady Chatterly’s Lover was only passed for public scrutiny in the late 1950s.
I guess it was believed that by the time you were a jaded junior or senior you had pretty much seen it all and were beyond salvation if you wanted access to SC. At the same time your desire for admission still earned you a scornful eagle eye from the old dears in charge of the randy writings.
God knows what they’d do with some pantie-less young doxy with her phone at the ready to enthral the e-world with the wonders of her fundament.