To discover what lies within, one needs to go inside. But this is exactly the stigma that we have to destroy, and if this article helps normalize some aspect of sexuality ever so slightly, then I have done my job right. She has seen customers as young as 18 years old — which is the legal minimum age to enter the store — and as old as Notably, a white curtain conceals the contents of the store from the parking lot. When I asked her approximately how many customers visit in a single day, she told me that they usually had around 40 to 50 sales a day, but because many customers visit in groups, the actual number of people entering the store could be as high as one hundred each day. Sex is already an uncomfortable topic for many people to discuss, myself included, but we have to discuss it. After taking a deep breath, I walked through the front door, unsure what to expect. While my initial experience was foreign and, at times, scary, her casual demeanor really helped me to normalize the concept. In response to being asked if customers are usually embarrassed or confident, she said that generally half of the customers seem embarrassed, while the other half do not. Crestfallen, she had no choice to wait outside as Tiffany and I continued onward to uncharted territory. As the cashier put it so well: While the DVDs are usually more popular with older men, she explained, there is otherwise no real pattern between age and preferences. Had it not been for the actual goods on sale, I could have mistaken the store for any other. Some were certainly of gargantuan proportions, including one phallic accessory longer than my arm and another that was double-sided. We passed through the alcoholic drinks and smoking paraphernalia sections of Un-Dun before finally arriving at the adult novelty section in the very back. In addition to sex toys, the shop sold several interesting items. After looking through the entire shop, I mustered up the courage to ask one of the employees a few questions about the store.