Some OKC Residents 'Hot And Bothered' Over Planned Fetish Party
OKLAHOMA CITY - A party hosted by a group claiming to be "open to every sexual fetish" has some people outraged because of where it's scheduled to take place: a public library.
The social networking website Tabu is hosting the event called the "A Littles' Valentines Day Party" at the Southwest OKC public library on Feb. 10.
"We have no problem with them. We are not the thought police," says Gary Kramer with the Pioneer Library System.
Kramer says as long as the group obeys the rules, Pioneer can't tell them no.
The invite says craft supplies will be available to make Valentines Day cards and says the dress code is "public appropriate." However, the organizer encourages, "little wear" for those who may enjoy "age play," dressing up as a baby, juvenile or toddler.
The room where the party is scheduled to take place has glass walls. Those using the library can easily look inside. That includes the room next door, which is scheduled to have a wedding shower going on at the same time.
"If they are creating a distraction by the way they look or act, then we might ask them to leave," says Kramer.
Kramer says that includes viewers who have emailed News 9 to say they plan to protest the event. News 9 did email the organizers of the party. We haven't received a response.