1. Labyrinth of Lust - Part 1


    Date: 11/30/2017, Categories: BDSM, Author: NymphWriter, Source: LushStories

    The flyer read, “Where will you be October 31st ? Cum one, cum all to The Labyrinth of Lust . Do you dare enter the labyrinth and risk facing the Minotaur of Desire or his seductress? All over 21 are welcome. Must be in full costume to enter. Spend an erotic Halloween in the labyrinth making your fantasies a reality, and your reality a fantasy.” Yvonne Tyler read the flyer several times to herself. In the center was a picture of a Minotaur from Greek mythology next to an image of Medusa and her hair of snakes. She was sitting at the dining room table of her friend Kelly Jameson, having drinks with Suzie Roberts and Heaven Carter. It was their usual Saturday night “book club” meeting where they’d have drinks, talk about the latest book they read, and vent about their lives. “So, what is it exactly?” asked Yvonne. “Oh shit!” exclaimed Kelly. “I forgot you weren’t here last year.” “It’s an annual Halloween tradition here,” said Suzie. “It’s lots of fun,” said Heaven. “So what is it?” asked Yvonne. “It’s kinda like a carnival but sexier,” said Heaven. “Look,” began Kelly, “out at the edge of town in that huge vacant field they build a huge labyrinth and hidden inside, so they claim, is the Minotaur.” “Actually, it’s supposed to be two. One male, one female,” said Suzie. “Right,” continued Kelly. “So, we all go in and if the Minotaur finds you, then you’re his or her sex slave for the night.” “HIS WHAT?” exclaimed Yvonne. Everyone laughed. “There is no Minotaur. It’s just an ...
    excuse for a giant orgy,” said Suzie. “I’ve never known anyone who has ever met the so-called Minotaur, even the ones who spent all night in the labyrinth. They just say they either got caught up watching performers fuck or ended up fucking someone,” explained Heaven. “What performers?” asked Yvonne. “Oh, I keep forgetting you’re new to town,” said Heaven. “The Labyrinth of Lust gets its name because there are live sex shows,” said Kelly. “That’s why it’s held on the edge of town,” interrupted Suzie. “It started off as a ritual for a fruitful harvest and healthy children.” Kelly shot Suzie an angry stare, then said “The story goes that one year the townsfolk didn’t put up the Labyrinth because some religious zealots said it was an abomination to have such a festival. Then the town had the worst winter in recorded history. All the babies born that year either died in childbirth, were stillborn, or only lived a few days. That is, those that made it full term. Several women reported suffering miscarriages. Then all the crops were destroyed by bad weather and pests. The town nearly starved.” Yvonne sat wide-eyed listening to every word. “What happened?” “Well,” continued Kelly, “they spent the summer building a new and bigger Labyrinth and swore they’d never ignore the tradition of the Labyrinth ever again. The following year the town had a mini baby boom and more successful crops than ever before.” “What happened to the religious zealots?” asked Yvonne. “No one really knows,” said ...
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