Mark Davis es un hombre que cree haber encontrado a la mujer de su vida y no le falta raz�n, pero ella, Daniela, lo arrastrar� a un mundo desconocido para �l en el que el sexo, en todas sus variantes, es lo �nico importante. Muy pronto, la voluntad de Mark se ver� sometida por ella, que lo convertir� en su juguete sexual, feminiz�ndolo poco a poco, oblig�ndolo a vestirse y a comportarse como una mujer. Mark es forzado a mirar mientras ella mantiene relaciones sexuales con otros hombres, incluso tiene que ofrecerse como una prostituta a los amantes de Daniela.Convertido en una verdadera Sissy, Mark encontrar� la felicidad al lado de la mujer a la que ama y que lo domina, que lo castiga y lo premia pero, sobre todo, que le hace gozar plenamente de una sexualidad que hasta entonces desconoc�a.Es un relato de dominaci�n, de fetichismo, de femdom, de cuckold, de humillaci�n masculina y de entrega sexual sin reservas. Su alto contenido sexual, con escenas expl�citas, no lo hacen apto para menores.
This book gives you solid, easy-to-follow instructions, ideas, and useful suggestions on how to quickly and easily achieve a feminine look. It goes over various important feminization tips regarding body hair, choosing your female name, how to properly disguise your private parts, how to enhance your figure for a more curvy look, how to apply makeup, and the importance of feminine hands and feet, etc. In this book you will learn about: - How to Choose your Female Name - How to Feminize your Hand and Feet - How to Develop a Female Voice - How to Tuck your Private Parts - How to Achieve a More Feminine Figure - Makeup Tips - Sissy Clothes - How to Use Fragrance "Great feminization tips. I'm a busy executive, so this is really valuable advise that is to the point and easy to apply" -Crystal Sugar "Easy things we can all do. Mistress Dede is right on and her advice is priceless" - Queen Dee "It has definitely helped me to stay on track when going over my feminization routine" -Foxy "Easy read. Right to the point. It also gave me food for thought on several subjects I had not thought about before. So I started implementing those steps and adding them to my daily routine. I can already see a big difference! " - Will Johnson
Matters of Gravity
Author: Scott Bukatman
Publisher: Duke University Press
The headlong rush, the rapid montage, the soaring superhero, the plunging roller coaster—Matters of Gravity focuses on the experience of technological spectacle in American popular culture over the past century. In these essays, leading media and cultural theorist Scott Bukatman reveals how popular culture tames the threats posed by technology and urban modernity by immersing people in delirious kinetic environments like those traversed by Plastic Man, Superman, and the careening astronauts of 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Right Stuff. He argues that as advanced technologies have proliferated, popular culture has turned the attendant fear of instability into the thrill of topsy-turvydom, often by presenting images and experiences of weightless escape from controlled space. Considering theme parks, cyberspace, cinematic special effects, superhero comics, and musical films, Matters of Gravity highlights phenomena that make technology spectacular, permit unfettered flights of fantasy, and free us momentarily from the weight of gravity and history, of past and present. Bukatman delves into the dynamic ways pop culture imagines that apotheosis of modernity: the urban metropolis. He points to two genres, musical films and superhero comics, that turn the city into a unique site of transformative power. Leaping in single bounds from lively descriptions to sharp theoretical insights, Matters of Gravity is a deft, exhilarating celebration of the liberatory effects of popular culture.
Author: Robin Schone
James Whitcox, a widowed barrister who has never known passion, joins a secret society called the Men and Women's Club, founded to discuss sexual relationships, where he meets outspoken Frances Hart who makes all of his wildest fantasies become a sensual reality. Original.
Hot, young people all over the world are in the middle of modern a sexual revolution: Unlike the older generations who came before us, we're blurring the lines of gender and identity in ways that are affirming, sexy, fun, and exciting, both in and outside of the bedroom. This revolution isn't about abandoning traditional notions of masculinity and femininity--what fun would that be? No, this is about expanding those definitions. Why should women get to be the only ones who feel attractive and desirable? Why should men get to be the only ones who feel powerful and dominant? Why should what we like to do in the privacy of our bedrooms define who we are as a person? This book by bestselling romance and erotica author Alyson Belle is your blueprint and permission slip to play with gender roles, express your deepest sexual desires to your partners, explore your fantasies, and not feel the least bit ashamed about it. Why let your fantasies remain fantasies? There are people out there who would love to play with you in exactly the way you want. Each of the book's chapters will explore a different facet of your feminization and femdom play, as described below. Chapter 1: Power and Consent This chapter discusses dominant and submissive roles in sex and introduces some important concepts for any kinky bedroom play, including responsible use of power, enthusiastic consent, defining and respecting boundaries. Chapter 2: Female Domination This chapter provides an introduction for women who will be taking a dominant role in their bedroom play (femdom), explains how to develop the self-confidence and mindset necessary to play the domme in the bedroom, and suggests actual activities and methods to play with a submissive partner. Chapter 3: Feminization This chapter provides specific, detailed advice for feminizing men, including crossdressing and clothing selection guidance, make-up tips geared toward making even the most masculine men as feminine and pretty as possible, and more ideas for fun activities you can try while feminized. Chapter 4: Humiliation and Punishment This chapter introduces humiliation and punishment as possibilities for your bedroom play and covers how to decide whether they're right for you and your partner. Responsible BDSM play including the proper use of "safe words" is discussed. Chapter 5: The Talk This chapter provides readers with strategies and tools to talk to their partner, whether male or female, about their desire to try feminization and femdom play. It discusses commonly asked questions, such as "Are you gay?", "Are you transgender?", and "Why is our sex life now not good enough?" so that readers can reflect and prepare to have an open, honest conversation about those same topics with their partner. It also provides guidance for cases where your partner has no interest in participating in your kink, and suggests methods for finding new partners who may already be comfortable with the idea of feminization and femdom play. Chapter 6: Advanced Maneuvers In this chapter, readers will learn how to satisfy their exhibitionist and multi-partner fantasies in ways that are safe, legal, and considerate. No matter who you are, what stage of your life you're at, and whether you're an experienced kinkster or a blushing newbie taking her first kinky steps with her partner, you'll find something of value within these pages. So please, let us be the first to ask you: "Who do you want to be? What do you want to feel? And what would make you happy?" You certainly have our permission. Click the "Buy" button and start exploring today!
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Author: Coralyn Bradshaw, Suzanne Torres
Author: Richard Ekins
The glamour of transvestite fashion is the epitome of 90s style, but the significance of cross-dressing and sex-changing goes much deeper than the annals of fashion. Ekins vividly details the innermost desires and the varied practices of males who wear the clothes of women for the pleasure it gives them (cross-dressers), or who wish to change sex and are actively going about it (sex-changers). This unique and fascinating book transforms an area of study previously dominated by clinical models to look instead at cross-dressing and sex-changing as a highly variable social process. Giving precedence to the processual and ermergent nature of much cross-dressing and sex-changing phenomena, the book traces the phased femaling career path of the 'male femaler' from 'beginning femaling' through to 'consolidating femaling'. Based upon seventeen years of fieldwork, life history work, qualitative analysis, archival work and contact with several thousand cross-dressers and sex-changers, the book meticulously and systematically develops a theory of 'male femaling' which has major ramifications for both the field of 'transvestism' and 'transsexualism', and for the analysis of sex and gender more generally. Male-Femaling provides social and cultural theorists with a lively case study for the generation of new theory. Social psychologists and sociologists interested in seeing grounded theory applied to a particular case study will be well rewarded. It will be essential reading for students of gender studies who seek to explore the interrelations between sex, sexuality and gender from the informants' point of view.
Author: Domitilla Campanile, Filippo Carlà-Uhink, Margherita Facella
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
TransAntiquity explores transgender practices, in particular cross-dressing, and their literary and figurative representations in antiquity. It offers a ground-breaking study of cross-dressing, both the social practice and its conceptualization, and its interaction with normative prescriptions on gender and sexuality in the ancient Mediterranean world. Special attention is paid to the reactions of the societies of the time, the impact transgender practices had on individuals’ symbolic and social capital, as well as the reactions of institutionalized power and the juridical systems. The variety of subjects and approaches demonstrates just how complex and widespread "transgender dynamics" were in antiquity.
Author: Dani Jensen
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
There comes a time in every marriage when secret thoughts bring forth tough questions that eventually must be answered - questions that have surfaced in the mind many times before; only to be pushed back down inside where we ignore them out of fear of what our answer would be - if the truth were really told. Afraid of the impact complete honesty could have on our lives and those around us. So instead, we choose to hide these thoughts; only allowing ourselves to ponder them during moments of extreme arousal brought on by sexual fantasies of the most perverse nature. But, once in while, someone in a marriage will break the normal pattern and choose to admit the secret lusts of their heart - and are eager to finally act upon them - no matter the cost.
An Inch of Ashes
Author: David Wingrove
Publisher: Atlantic Books
"An Inch of Ashes was first published as The Broken Wheel in Great Britain in 1990 by New English Library"--Title page verso.
"Cantos/Cuentos Colombianos" is the most comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Colombian art ever shown in Europe. Ten widely recognized Colombian artists present a previously unknown world of images and experience worthy of international attention. With great formal and substantive rigor, the artists deal with their country and its troubled past and present through installation, video, photography, objects, performance and sound works. The book includes extensive photo-documentation of the artists' studios as well as in-depth interviews. Four prominent Colombian thinkers of varying political persuasions discuss political, social and cultural issues facing their country in enlightening and thought-provoking essays.
Author: Charlotte Suthrell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
How does culture shape notions of sexuality and gender? Why are transvestites in the West so often seen as "deviant" or "perverse," while they are accepted in other societies? Is transvestism motivated primarily by sex or gender? What are the implications for the categories of "male" and "female" when considering transvestism? Unzipping Gender compares transvestism across cultures and considers how emotion, mythology, imagery, and beliefs influence ideas about sex and gender. Suthrell challenges the straightforward binary divide that dominates Western theories of gender. She argues that sex and gender are really so closely connected that we need a more sophisticated response to the complex practice of transvestism. In order to gain a deeper understanding of sex and gender issues, it is imperative to examine underlying social and symbolic structures. This unique study across cultures leads the way.
Sissy White Sex Toy
Author: Teresa Joseph
Tale of a feminine looking boy who loves dressing as a girl, seeks rough sex with every man he meets. Sucker for black cock, in college he is bitch of well hung black room-mate who pimps him to friends, persuades him to service the college football team. On way home he is paid for hobby, wins bet by three gorgeous black sailors that he can get them hard, charges a women to stop drunk pestering her by giving him a blow job. Woman pays him to humiliate her unfaithful fiance by impersonating her at their wedding, give groom a blowjob at altar. He sets up his service as a whore modelled on his earlier experiences: aimed at well hung men looking to abuse him, women who need someone to satisfy their partners when they didn't want to do so themselves, women seeking revenge on their men. His yearning to be fucked and abused is met his work, such as a painful night of CBT with lesbians, used and abused as sissy white whore for black men on poker night and being a bride for client's fantasy.
Author: Clare Sears
Publisher: Duke University Press
In 1863, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors passed a law that criminalized appearing in public in “a dress not belonging to his or her sex.” Adopted as part of a broader anti-indecency campaign, the cross-dressing law became a flexible tool for policing multiple gender transgressions, facilitating over one hundred arrests before the century’s end. Over forty U.S. cities passed similar laws during this time, yet little is known about their emergence, operations, or effects. Grounded in a wealth of archival material, Arresting Dress traces the career of anti-cross-dressing laws from municipal courtrooms and codebooks to newspaper scandals, vaudevillian theater, freak-show performances, and commercial “slumming tours.” It shows that the law did not simply police normative gender but actively produced it by creating new definitions of gender normality and abnormality. It also tells the story of the tenacity of those who defied the law, spoke out when sentenced, and articulated different gender possibilities.