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"I'm concerned with that material as a whole, and don't want it in my neighborhood," she says.As distasteful as Simpkins finds the products in Ultimate Bliss, they're perfectly legal.
"If I don't think you're 18, or I just want to mess with you," says Weber, "you don't get in." According to Sakaf, the locked door is not required by any local regulations. A tour of the novelty room with its wall of vibrators makes one thing clear: Ultimate Bliss have the largest selection of sex toys in Charlottesville.It's about time Charlottesville got one of these places.Simpkins worries about the type of individuals the store will attract."We do not have an adult entertainment ordinance at this time," says city spokesman Maurice Jones. store in Crozet 19 years ago, and a second store, in Charlottesville, two years later."There's not much the city could do." Behind Ultimate Bliss at Big Jim's, a female employee who declines to give her name has yet to visit her new neighbor. "It hasn't made any difference except there's less parking." In the parking lot, a guy who looks like he just left the gym walks to his brand-new Lexus SUV carrying a discreet black plastic bag. The sign on the door to the adult section is pretty clear: "We ID anyone under 80." "We've been here a long time, and we've had no complaints," says Alleyne.The building's new tenant also has a buzzer, but it's the store on a door marked "Adult Material. ID required." Ultimate Bliss, which opened July 18, is the new kid in town.
Its ad touts "the largest selection of adult VHS & DVD movies, magazines, novelties, & lingerie in Charlottesville." The store seems innocuous enough to someone walking in off the street.
In keeping with his commitment to discretion, Sakaf declines to name the most popular product.
"I don't want to throw it in anybody's face," he explains. "A guy downstairs," answers Weber, "complained it was too cold," Customer reaction, Weber claims, has been along the lines of, "Oh, my God.
He deliberately chose another college town because of its allegedly growing and progressive clientele.
From his market research, Sakaf determined that people from this area were driving to Richmond or Roanoke to satisfy their need for adult products.
In the world of adult entertainment, old-fashioned– as in XXX sleaze shops– is bad.