This fairy tale could soon be over.
Neighbors of the 48th Street gay bar Fairytail Lounge are trying to get the spot shut down because they say graphic gay porn playing on television screens and scantily clad male dancers are visible from the sidewalk.
Community Board 4 is pleading with the State Liquor Authority to turn down the bar's license renewal request, citing "unspeakable adult movies" visible to passersby — including children — when its doors are open during the summer months, plus loud music and screaming patrons.
"On the bar are male strippers and playing above the bar on a flat-screen TVs are porn videos — all visible from the street," neighbor Stephen Roylance wrote to the SLA.
"I have gone into the place several times to speak to the owner, who simply doesn't care," he continued.
The Fairytail's website advertises a recurring "Dirty Disco" party with "boys, booze and bottoms" on its Twitter account, and was open for a karaoke night on Thursday evening.
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Her buttcoin bubble needs tp be popped like a cherry. the cops might come to check out a gas leak if it gets stinky in the rest of the motel or her apartment!
Well hello Gomer, knew you would post soon, little lady. Sayyyy how much do you charge for a 1 hour "encounter" and do you provide the condoms? If so don't bother with those, I will only take you "bareback." Lets see what youre made of, creep!
In the conclusion of the Championship Fighting Alliance women's featherweight tournament, underdog Ashlee Evans-Smith derailed the hype train surrounding t** ransgender** fighter Fallon Fox with a third-round TKO stoppage to hand Fox her first professional loss pick up the win and the CFA women's featherweight championship Saturday night in Coral Gables, Fla.
Evans-Smith entered the event as a whopping +425 underdog (meaning a $100 wager would return a $425 profit) to Fox, who was a massive favorite with -675 odds. But the numbers didn't matter once the fight started.
These women have paved the way for other female athletes.
Fox started out strong in the first round, nearly putting Evans-Smith away early, but she survived the early onslaught and turned up the heat as the fight wore on. Evans-Smith brought the fight to Fox during the second round, and eventually took her down and mounted her in the third round where she got the TKO victory at BankUnited Center.
Evans-Smith ends the tournament and Fox's run with an emphatic exclamation point, while also earning $20,000 bonus money for her trouble.
It's the first loss of Fox's career after starting off a perfect 3-0 with three stoppages in those fights. Fox came under scrutiny earlier this year when it was revealed she was a transgender fighter after licensing issues arose about her fighting women while being born as a male.