Madam Clarisse Jean-Louis Declouet was a bonifide, black Creole, New Orleans bordello Madam. She had the looks, money, the status and the power that bordello work had afforded her all before the age of 25. Her Maison de Chocolat was the premiere chateau de rendezvous in the district. When it came to the sweet indulgence in the pleasures of those within the black Creole demimonde, Maison de Chocolat was the place to be. Many a man would expressly come to New Orleans to partake in the oft forbidden, hedonistic refinery of the chocolate demimonde. The halls of the Chocolate Bordello boasted some of the most exquisite black and black Creole courtesans that the district had to offer. Not only were their physiques in a palatable array of soft brown hues, but each woman was quite skilled in the erotic art of seduction.
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