2003 BEST Sex Shop
A sex boutique, without the emphasis on booty, tucked like a Venus charm inside Brookline’s kosher bosom. Owner Kim Airs gets a lot of press (see our profile of her in the June issue) since she also offers fun instructional classes (“Spanky and Our Gang,” “Bi Bi Love, Bi Bi Happiness”), yet her shop feels as threatening as Bloomingdale’s. For breadth of porn, try what’s left of the Combat Zone. For choice literary erotica, lubes, “body treats,” and the city’s perkiest wall of stand-ins for the male member, this is the place.
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