As a recent college graduate, Scarlett refuses to follow the crowd when it comes to living her life. Working as a lingerie model to pay off student loans, she enjoys the time she has off to travel with her boyfriend to different adult entertainment conventions around the country. Her fascination for all things sexy has also lead her to write for Filthy Gorgeous.
As a writer for Filthy Gorgeous, I am always looking for the next big thing that is not only entertaining, but pushes the boundaries on what is considered sexy or deviant. This post focuses on Louisiana, a state best known for Mardi Gras, held in March each year in New Orleans, but plastic beads aren’t the only sexy thing in mischievous southern state. So get ready, because we’re about to get Filthy in Louisiana.
Bustout Burlesque is an authentic 1950s-style burlesque show, recreating the glamorous nightclub entertainment found on Bourbon Street decades ago. It brings back sexy, glamorous, and risque New Orleans-style entertainment with elegance, flair, and wit. Glamorous girls, a comic emcee, a sexy songstress, along with mood lighting, props, and a live jazz band, makes this an unforgettable and unique Louisiana experience. A traditional jazz band backs the performers, electrifying and energizing the dancers and audience alike. The show is a feast of sights and sounds and bound to thrill and enthrall both men and women who appreciate eroticism and comedy on the same stage. Variety is the spice of sex life, and there’s much variety at Bustout Burlesque.
Check out their calendar of filthy shows by visiting their site here.
If you like your food spicy as spicy as we like our women, then the Tabasco Factory, located on Avery Island, the largest of Louisiana’s five salt domes, is the destination for you. Touring the visitor center and the pepper sauce factory is just one part of the Avery Island experience. You can see how they age this famous sauce in white oak barrels and ship it all over the world, you can visit Avery Island’s 170-acre Jungle Gardens and see, in season, a variety of azaleas, camellias and bamboo. You might even see some alligators, deer and raccoons that live in the hills and marshes around the gardens. Here, visitors can watch the production process and visit the onsite country store to sample everything Tabasco, from ice cream to soda.
The art deco Sazerac Bar is a historic watering hole named after the world’s first mixed drink. The Sazerac drink was originally a mix of cognac and local bitters and became all the rage in New Orleans in the 1850s. Louisiana Governor, Huey Long, the original King Pin, was so enamored by the bar, he lived 12th floors up from it and the preserved bullet hole in the wall was actually made by one of Long’s over eager body guards. Any bar can make a drink; few can make history. Whether you come in all done up with a date or with a rag tag group of friends, you’re treated like the king you are. It’s old world class without the snobbiness. One visit and it’s easy to picture yourself in the heyday of 1920′s New Orleans.
Prepare yourself for a sexy good time by checking out their site here.