Sex shop coming to SFO
By Don Sweeney
March 07, 2018 07:16 AM
Nenna Joiner thinks a sex shop would be a perfect fit for San Francisco International Airport.
“When people get into an airport, and the plane is delayed, you got three or four hours to kill,” the owner of Oakland’s Feelmore Adult Gallery told the San Francisco Chronicle. “You’re going to need something. Not just a power cord – not just a sandwich. You’re going to need a vibrator, a condom, lubricant.”
Joiner says her proposed “pop-up” shop wouldn’t offer products banned by the Transportation Safety Administration, such as ropes or handcuffs, according to KGO.
And the shop would be discreet, she told the Chronicle.
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“We have already started to work to make sure that people wouldn’t be offended, through high-end vibrators that don’t look like vibrators, and that don’t have disparaging detail on the boxes,” Joiner told the publication. “That (the products) support any person regardless of gender, sex, or color.”
But her bid for one of two spots opening in March has run afoul of an airport requirement that prospective retailers have at least $250,000 in annual sales, the Chronicle reported. Joiner has asked the airport commission to reduce the requirement to $150,000.Read More...