- A Manassas resident crafts sex shop protest balloons (Cindy Brookshire)
On Saturday, Manassas celebrated its annual Fall Jubilee, this year with an extra special protest of soon-to-open sex shop KK's Temptations. According to Manassas resident (and KK's Temptations supporter) Cindy Brookshire, the quiet protest suited Old Town Manassas' quaint personality, complete with hand-crafted dollar-sign balloons representing KK's alleged destructive influence on the local economy. "From what I could see, it was a quiet protest gathering very separate from the rest of the enormous Fall Jubilee, which annually attracts more than 35,000 people," Brookshire said. But she did find one sign of tawdriness in Old Town Manassas, after the jump:
For sale inside Old Town's Prospero's Bookstore (Photo: Cindy Brookshire).
Providing the alternate perspective, at Old Town's "The Things I Love" (Photo: Cindy Brookshire).