Outside her door is a sprawling bar and space for dancing, a stripper pole, a dancing cage, four life-sized bronze statues of Adonis, glass cases of erotic figurines from Thailand and India, and more than a dozen wooden statues of male and female genitalia. Most everyone else is though, if they're walking in here — Eyz Wide Shut, a big purple building without windows in an industrial area on East Adamo Drive in Brandon. The club will be especially busy this month, said Sue's husband, Andrew Harrow, with the opening in theaters of Fifty Shades Darker — sequel to the erotic romance novel and film, Fifty Shades of Grey. Now in their early 60s, they met at Rider College in New Jersey. He was studying accounting and she switched from accounting to marketing to commerce. After graduating, they ran a sea shell- and coral-importing business and made the move to Ybor City after their warehouse in New Jersey was sold off.
'It's not Sodom and Gomorrah,' but Brandon business thrives on consenting couples
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