Embattled Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis may be best known for her homophobic stance against marriage equality and leaving gay and lesbian couples wanting more. But now she's the subject of a new lesbian jailhouse erotic novella that is all about satisfaction.
Author Lilith St. Augustine has written a fantasy novel starring the renegade clerk that is "bitingly satirical, unexpectedly funny and unabashedly sexy," according to the book's online description. Kim Goes To Jail: An Erotic Story is available now as a Kindle download on Amazon.
Loosely based on Davis' stint in the slammer on contempt of court charges, the novella has our antihero incarcerated with a "beautiful cellmate" who is "only too eager to acclimate" Davis to her new life behind bars.
"One day I'm standin' on the side of the Lord against sexual perversion, and the next I'm in prison orange watchin' a buck nekkid mulatto vixen 'bout to do impure things to herself and to my soul in one single, terrifyin' act," reads one passage. "She was strokin' my thigh and makin' her way for the promised land..."
The author told the Huffington Post that she used the story to "poke fun" at religious right zealots who loudly proclaim their homophobia. Studies have shown that the most homophobic people are usually struggling with their own sexuality and act out as a way of reaffirming their heterosexuality.
St. Augustine says she is "giving readers satisfaction not only in the typical erotica sense but also of seeing a character do some things that, in the real world, would obviously be anathema to the kinds of people we're talking about."
"There can be pleasure in irony sometimes," she said. "And hopefully readers will get a chuckle or two while we're at it."
The Advocate reached out to Davis's attorneys for comment but did not receieve a reply by press time.