Bil Browning

Spanking City Hall [Contest]

Filed By Bil Browning | March 31, 2014 11:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Contests
Tags: BDSM, dominatrix, Melyssa Hubbard, Spanking City Hall, tea party activists

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Today we have an extra special contest for Projectors. You could win one of three autographed copies of Melyssa Hubbard's new book, Spanking City Hall: From Dominatrix to Political Activist.

Hubbard, a former dominatrix, became the target of Indianapolis' Democrat Mayor Bart Peterson who tried (and succeeded) to shut down her business numerous times. City Hall kept harassing her, but Hubbard fought back for her right to run a legal business - and then took her ire to the ballot box. She founded one of the nation's first Tea Party groups and used it to oust the longtime mayor and elect Indianapolis' most pro-LGBT leader, Republican Greg Ballard.

How can you win a copy of Hubbard's new memoir? Leave a comment telling us the most masochistic thing you've done. Be creative. (Working for a political campaign totally counts!)

If you just can't wait to get your hands on a copy (and I wrote a blurb for the back cover, so how can you not be convinced it's a good book now?!), you can get the Kindle version on Amazon or a hardback copy direct from the publisher.

Complete contest rules are after the break.

Contest Rules

  • You must leave a comment on this Bilerico Project blog post to win.
  • Only one entry per person.
  • Contest ends on Wednesday, April 2 at midnight Eastern time.
  • Three (3) winners will receive an autographed copy of Spanking City Hall: From Dominatrix to Political Activist valued at $30.
  • Winners will be picked randomly.
  • Winner will be notified via Facebook. If a prize remains unclaimed by Monday, April 6, a new winner will be chosen.

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