Larry Flynt: The new guy in Oklahoma City lingerie?

A new Hustler Hollywood store has opened in Oklahoma City. Will local women flock or balk?
By Heather Warlick, Staff Writer Published: June 26, 2014

Oklahoma City has just gotten a little hotter.

With summer’s onset, the weather is obviously getting hotter, but so are the lingerie options in town. In fact, summer’s lingerie styles are smoldering.

A new Hustler Hollywood store that recently opened on S Meridian is upping the town’s ante on sexy lingerie and, ahem, accessories. Yes, Larry Flynt, owner of the chain, knows Oklahoma’s reputation as a conservative state. He doesn’t care.

“What a lot of people don’t realize is that our products sell better in conservative states than they do in the more liberal states,” Flynt said in a telephone interview. “I wish I knew why.”

The Oklahoma City store is the first Hollywood Hustler in the Midwest, but will Oklahoma women flock or balk?

Flynt said the average customers at his stores are middle-age women. Could this be a trickle-down effect of the erotic “50 Shades of Grey” fiction series by E.L. James, which some have dubbed “Mommy Porn”?

Many think so. The Huffington Post, along with dozens of other news outlets, recently featured stories declaring the series responsible for a “baby boomlet.”

Whether you are inspired by the steamy “Shades of Grey” scenes between Christian and Anastasia or you blush at the thought, there is a perfect lingerie style out there for you.

And with so many trends to choose from, you’re bound (no pun intended) to fall in love with some of the gorgeous lingerie looks available.



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