If you know me personally, you are probably aware that I am a fan of the BBC show “Sherlock.” In fact, I’m a bit of a “Sherlock” geek, and if you stop by the Tool Shed on any given weekend, you are likely to find me wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with some obscure reference to the show (today’s slogan: “consulting pirate.” You’ll get it when you watch Series 2, Episode 1). I absolutely love actress/writer Louise Brealey, who plays the hapless Molly on “Sherlock.” Anyone who describes herself as a feminist (no qualifiers) on her Twitter profile and follows that with the John Waters quote, “If you go home with somebody and they don’t have books, don’t fuck them,” has completely captured my heart.
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Laura Anne Stuart has a master’s degree in public health and has worked as a sexuality educator for more than a decade. She owns the Tool Shed, an erotic boutique on Milwaukee’s East Side.