Sunday, August 28, 2016

Smut for a Sunday Evening: The Best of the Good Doctor's Photo Shoots with 49 Exclusive Pics!

Doc here, a man who some say ran a group of lamp shade dealerships back in the early 90's under the name "Slade the Shade", until a shipment of bad shades from Romania damaged his reputation and forced him into hiding underground.

Well kids, it's Sunday and that means it's time for Smut for a Sunday Evening.  This evening, I thought I'd pull out my slide projector and screen to show you all of my handiwork involving the hottest girls, wives, and couples photographed by The Good Doctor himself.

I have had the pleasure of shooting some amazing women and couples over the years (too numerous to mention all). But following you'll find a sampling of some of the awesome people who agreed to let a guy with fantastic hair, a white suit, a large Nikon, and aviators photograph them in and out of adult theaters. 

Here is Volume 1 of some of my favorites...

Legal Disclaimer: All images following are Copyright of The Journal of Adult Theaters. Neither re-publishing nor re-blogging is permitted unless receiving express written consent by The Journal of Adult Theaters. 

Here we go!

The Good Doctor's Gallery, Vol. 1
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Couple's Flash Report! An Evening and an Overview of The Studios in Las Vegas, NV by 2hotinvegas w/PICS

Doc here, a man whom some say was the Food & Beverage Chairman for the Tangiers Casino in Las Vegas, with a much needed update on the Las Vegas adult theater scene from first time contributors and Las Vegas locals, 2hotinvegas

It is about time The Journal of Adult Theaters has a full time Vegas reporting team, and it comes in the form of 2hotinvegas. Experinced in the lifestyle and this thing of ours, they bring a point of view that has been sorely missing from The Journal. My trips out to Vegas are fewer than they have been in past years, so this addition to the staff is very welcome. 

In this, their first report, we visit The Studios in Las Vegas on a busy Saturday night.

So please welcome to the main stage of the Tangiers Hotel and Casino, the newest reporters to The Journal, 2hotinvegas.


Hi Doc, here’s our first field report!

From 2hotinvegas: Our first field report on this “thing of ours” from true Las Vegas locals who know the scene very well!

Wifey (of 2hotinvegas)

Truth in lending, we are a local Las Vegas Bi couple and we’re very active in both the swinging scene and the adult theater/club scene in Vegas. One of our favorite places to go was the Power Exchange, owned by the same folks who own the famous Power Exchange in San Francisco. It was a “pansexual” club, meaning it catered to every sexual proclivity and there was always a nice mix of people there, including couples, singles both Bi and gay, & T-gurls. 

This facility was located just a block off the famous Las Vegas Strip behind the Rio Hoel & Casino and was a huge 2-story building with an adult theater, BDSM dungeon, and loads of nicely decorated playrooms. But the Power Exchange closed down several years ago after it was sold to a new owner who had a little problem with drugs stored behind the building in a storage shed.

Fast forward to the present — Joyce, the former owner of the Power Exchange opened a new venue called “The Studios Social Club" (what happens in Vegas starts at the Studios) in her very own large personal home (mansion) located several miles east of the Strip in the suburbs near Tropicana & Pecos. The theme is exactly the same as the Power Exchange, i.e., a pansexual club where all are welcome regardless of sexual preference (and quite frankly, we have always found that to be refreshing, in that one doesn’t have to worry about being labeled). There’s nothing worse than going to a swing club where Bi women are welcomed, but Bi guys are scorned.

The Studios
Las Vegas, NV
So, on one recent Saturday evening, we attended Charlett's swinger house party — she hosts swing parties every other week. When the party ended around midnight, we were not ready to call it an evening, as we wanted some more play. 

Now the Studios is only a few blocks from Charlett’s, so we decided to stop in and see what kind of trouble we could get into. We had been there just a few times before and we were really impressed at just how nice a facility it was.