Group Cancels Fetish Party At OKC Public Library


Thursday, January 31st 2013, 10:35 am
By: News 9


News 9 has learned a group that claims to be "open to every sexual fetish" has canceled a Valentine's Day Party at the Southwest Oklahoma City public library at 2201 S.W. 134th Street.

The party, hosted by social networking website TABU, was scheduled for February 10. According to the website, the dress code for the party was "public appropriate," but organizers encouraged party goers who enjoyed "age play" to dress up as babies, juveniles or toddlers.

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Some people criticized the location of the party, saying it didn't belong at a public library. The room where the party was scheduled to take place had glass walls, allowing anyone to look inside.

A spokesperson for the Pioneer Library System said as long as the group did not create a distraction, it would allow the event to take place. Wednesday night, however, the group called the library and canceled the reservation for the room. A viewer called News 9 and said the party had been moved to a private location.