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A Decade of Desire

Author : Charles Dyson
Publisher :
Page : 538 pages
File Size : 32,22 MB
Release : 2021-04-12
Category :
ISBN :

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Frustrated at home, Charlie Doyle spends a decade pursuing his erotic desires. Exchanges gleaned from his diary provide a fascinating insight into the world of online dating and relationships. Over 25 short stories describe roleplay memories and spanking fetish experiences from that time. Online chat dialogues explore the barriers confronting modern relationships while other chapters imagine the erotic liaisons that ensue when two people finally meet. After 15 years of corporate office life, Charlie Doyle's erotic fantasies involve multiple sexy role plays which invariably lead to spanking his 'secretary' in a variety of office scenarios. Stockings and suspenders, high heels and split skirts feature in every way possible, but he must keep his mind on the job and his hands on the keyboard. Unable to pursue his often imagined day dreams during those years, he finally leaves the stuffy corporate environment behind. He uses his new found freedom to pursue his day dreams, and begins the journey on his decade of desire. Online, he discovered his perfect world was always there, a world where sexy 'secretaries' were more than happy to become a part of his fantasy world. With each new partner he found, they were able to indulge both sides of their erotic imaginations. The Charlie Doyle diaries, record the fantasies and erotic spanking experiences of that time.

Memoirs of a Beatnik

Author : Diane Di Prima
Publisher : Marion Boyars Publishers
Page : 194 pages
File Size : 34,32 MB
Release : 2002
Category : Beat generation
ISBN : 9780714530758

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Memoirs of a Beatnik is an account of a young artist coming of age sensually and intellectually. The book grew out of the author's own experience as a bold and independent woman who dropped out of college at the age of 18 in order to write.

Love and Trouble

Author : Claire Dederer
Publisher : Vintage
Page : 256 pages
File Size : 31,80 MB
Release : 2017-05-09
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 1101946512

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At mid-life, Claire Dederer developed a sudden yearning for jailbreak. In this exuberant memoir, she reflects on two periods in her life uncannily similar in their emotional intensity: her present experience as a middle-aged mom in the grip of unruly and mysterious new hungers, and her recollections of herself as a teenager. Blazingly intelligent, wickedly funny, and piercingly honest, in Love and Trouble Dederer captures the perils and pleasures of girlhood, womanhood, and life itself.

We Both Laughed in Pleasure

Author : Lou Sullivan
Publisher :
Page : 440 pages
File Size : 31,7 MB
Release : 2019
Category : Literary Collections
ISBN : 9781643620176

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Drawn from Sullivan's meticulously kept journals, this landmark book records the life of arguably the first publicly gay trans man to medically transition. Sensual, lascivious, challenging, quotidian and poetic, the diaries complicate and disrupt normative trans narratives.

Whore of New York

Author : Liara Roux
Publisher : Watkins Media Limited
Page : 193 pages
File Size : 34,34 MB
Release : 2021-10-12
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 1913462617

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Why would someone ever voluntarily become a sex worker? Liara Roux writes about the salacious details leading up to her decision to become a career sex worker, and the unexpected truths she learned while working in the industry. Liara Roux is accustomed to being mislabelled and misunderstood. As a child, Liara’s inquisitive, instinctive, and rebellious nature was frequently problematised in a world designed around the requirements of their neurotypical, cis, heterosexual male colleagues. Coming of age in an oppressively restrictive home, they shuffled tarot and explored self portraiture to rationalise the injustice of chronic pain, toxic lovers, and the cruel silence of divinity. Critiquing capitalism’s mechanisms of exploitation, the conservatism of Western medicine, and the politics surrounding sex work, Whore of New York: Confessions of a Sinful Woman is a candid study of artistic awakening, and both spiritual and sexual growth after abuse, seen through the eyes of a proud outsider.

Proust and the Squid

Author : Maryanne Wolf
Publisher : HarperCollins
Page : 336 pages
File Size : 22,32 MB
Release : 2017-08-01
Category : Education
ISBN : 0062010638

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“Wolf restores our awe of the human brain—its adaptability, its creativity, and its ability to connect with other minds through a procession of silly squiggles.” — San Francisco Chronicle How do people learn to read and write—and how has the development of these skills transformed the brain and the world itself ? Neuropsychologist and child development expert Maryann Wolf answers these questions in this ambitious and provocative book that chronicles the remarkable journey of written language not only throughout our evolution but also over the course of a single child’s life, showing why a growing percentage have difficulty mastering these abilities. With fascinating down-to-earth examples and lively personal anecdotes, Wolf asserts that the brain that examined the tiny clay tablets of the Sumerians is a very different brain from the one that is immersed in today’s technology-driven literacy, in which visual images on the screen are paving the way for a reduced need for written language—with potentially profound consequences for our future.

Priestdaddy

Author : Patricia Lockwood
Publisher : Penguin
Page : 352 pages
File Size : 47,38 MB
Release : 2017-05-02
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 069818839X

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ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW'S 10 BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR NAMED ONE OF THE 50 BEST MEMOIRS OF THE PAST 50 YEARS BY THE NEW YORK TIMES SELECTED AS A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR BY: The Washington Post * Elle * NPR * New York Magazine * Boston Globe * Nylon * Slate * The Cut * The New Yorker * Chicago Tribune WINNER OF THE THURBER PRIZE FOR AMERICAN HUMOR “Affectionate and very funny . . . wonderfully grounded and authentic. This book proves Lockwood to be a formidably gifted writer who can do pretty much anything she pleases.” – The New York Times Book Review From Booker Prize finalist Patricia Lockwood, author of the novel No One Is Talking About This, a vivid, heartbreakingly funny memoir about balancing identity with family and tradition. Father Greg Lockwood is unlike any Catholic priest you have ever met—a man who lounges in boxer shorts, loves action movies, and whose constant jamming on the guitar reverberates “like a whole band dying in a plane crash in 1972.” His daughter is an irreverent poet who long ago left the Church’s country. When an unexpected crisis leads her and her husband to move back into her parents’ rectory, their two worlds collide. In Priestdaddy, Lockwood interweaves emblematic moments from her childhood and adolescence—from an ill-fated family hunting trip and an abortion clinic sit-in where her father was arrested to her involvement in a cultlike Catholic youth group—with scenes that chronicle the eight-month adventure she and her husband had in her parents’ household after a decade of living on their own. Lockwood details her education of a seminarian who is also living at the rectory, tries to explain Catholicism to her husband, who is mystified by its bloodthirstiness and arcane laws, and encounters a mysterious substance on a hotel bed with her mother. Lockwood pivots from the raunchy to the sublime, from the comic to the deeply serious, exploring issues of belief, belonging, and personhood. Priestdaddy is an entertaining, unforgettable portrait of a deeply odd religious upbringing, and how one balances a hard-won identity with the weight of family and tradition.

Living My Life

Author : Emma Goldman
Publisher : Courier Corporation
Page : 532 pages
File Size : 44,61 MB
Release : 1970-01-01
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780486225449

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The autobiography of the early radical leader and her participation in communist, anarchist, and feminist activities

Zarathustra's Secret

Author : Joachim Köhler
Publisher : Yale University Press
Page : 348 pages
File Size : 10,95 MB
Release : 2002-01-01
Category : Philosophy
ISBN : 9780300092783

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In this groundbreaking biography, the author seeks to understand Nietzsche's philosophy through a reconstruction of his inner life. "Briskly written . . . almost a philosophical detective story."--"Volksblatt." 43 illustrations.

Apprenticed to Venus

Author : Tristine Rainer
Publisher : Arcade
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 12,25 MB
Release : 2019-07-16
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781948924191

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"Mysterious, glamorous, intellectual . . . with vivid language and lush scenes, this memoir makes for an exciting read." —Bust Magazine. Named a "Best Summer Read" by Elle Magazine! A Revealing Look at the Mentorship—and Manipulation—of Anaïs Nin In 1962, eighteen-year-old Tristine Rainer was sent on an errand to Anaïs Nin’s West Village apartment. The chance meeting would change the course of her life and begin her years as Anaïs’s accomplice, keeping her mentor’s confidences—including that of her bigamy—even after Anaïs Nin’s death and the passing of her husbands, until now. Set in the underground literary worlds of Manhattan and Los Angeles during the sixties and seventies, Tristine charts her coming of age under the guidance of the infamous Anaïs Nin: author of the erotic bestseller Delta of Venus, lover to Henry Miller, Parisian diarist, and feminist icon of the sexual revolution. As an inexperienced college-bound girl from the San Fernando Valley, Tristine was dazzled by the sophisticated bohemian author and sought her instruction in becoming a woman. Tristine became a fixture of Anaïs’s inner circle, implicated in the mysterious author’s daring intrigues—while simultaneously finding her own path through love, lust, and loss. From personal memories to dramatized scenarios based on Anaïs’s revelations to the author, Apprenticed to Venus blurs the lines between novel and memoir to bring to life a seductive and entertaining character—the pioneer whose mantra was, "A woman has as much right to pleasure as a man!"