A chapbook exploring how contemporary life requires us to be something other than human, but more robotic and animal.
This bundle brings you the entire Bend Over series at an affordable price! Fresh from a messy breakup, Recruit Johnson joins the army to keep his mind and body busy. But little does he know how busy his female sergeant and ladyboy corporal will end up keeping his body! Over 13000 words of steamy erotic action! Price if bought separately = $8.97 Price of bundle = $6.99 You save 22%! Bend Over! She's fierce, commanding and very dominating. She's also Recruit Johnson's drill sergeant! And when she catches him fidgeting when standing at attention, he doesn't know what to expect when told to see her in her office. Of course, he's to be punished for his lack of discipline... by bending over! [WARNING: This sizzling erotic story contains military fantasies with explicit scenes and graphic language, pegging, bdsm described in first person! Adults only.] Bend Over More! Recruit Johnson's stressed. Thrown right into a military exercise, it doesn't help to be tasked with collecting classified documents from the enemy base when the rest of his team is already down. He'll do anything to complete the mission. But when that involves satisfying the lustful desires of his dominating sergeant and her dickgirl corporal, will he obey or will he have second thoughts? [WARNING: This story contains explicit scenes described in graphic language, sizzling menage action, femdom, bdsm, domination, oral sex, anal sex, double penetration, transsexual sex, sex with a dickgirl and more! Adults only.] Bend Over Again! Recruit Johnson wakes up with his head pounding and a dick literally up his ass. He struggles to regain his memories of the night before while trying to take transsexual, Corporal Dara's rough treatment from behind at the same time. But when his sergeant chances upon the both of them when the corporal's finished, the action can only get hotter! [WARNING: This sizzling 4000 word erotic story contains explicit scenes described in graphic language, sex with a transexual, menage action, oral sex, anal sex, male double penetration, bdsm, domination, bondage and more! Adults only.]
Postmodernism and Japan is a coherent yet diverse study of the dynamics of postmodernism, as described by Lyotard, Baudrillard, Deleuze, and Guatarri, from the often startling perspective of a society bent on transforming itself into the image of Western “enlightenment” wealth and power. This work provides a unique view of a society in transition and confronting, like its models in the West, the problems induced by the introduction of new forms of knowledge, modes of production, and social relationships.
Découvrir les étoiles, les planètes et le système solaire avec la pédagogie Montessori. Un coffret qui comprend, • 1 carte du ciel articulée (avec 2 disques) • 45 cartes d’identification pour découvrir étoiles, planètes, comètes, météores, astéroïdes et galaxies • 1 cahier des constellations à compléter • 1 livre de 32 pages pour accompagner l’activité et découvrir les bases de l’Astronomie
Incapaz de tolerar el férreo control de su acomodada familia, Pru Perkins puso rumbo a Paradise, Oklahoma… para responder a la llamada de un hombre al que no conocía y que necesitaba una esposa. Jack McCavett estaba deseando dejar atrás sus días de aventurero. Ahora sólo quería disfrutar de la tranquilidad de su rancho junto a una mujer complaciente… Pero se encontró con Pru, una joven rica y apasionada empeñada en luchar por los derechos de las mujeres…
When railroads connected the United States and Mexico in 1884 and overland travel between the two countries became easier and cheaper, Americans developed an intense curiosity about Mexico, its people, and its opportunities for business and pleasure. Indeed, so many Americans visited Mexico during the Porfiriato (the long dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz, 1876–1911) that observers on both sides of the border called the hordes of tourists and business speculators a “foreign invasion,” an apt phrase for a historical moment when the United States was expanding its territory and influence. Americans in the Treasure House examines travel to Mexico during the Porfiriato, concentrating on the role of travelers in shaping ideas of Mexico as a logical place for Americans to extend their economic and cultural influence in the hemisphere. Analyzing a wealth of evidence ranging from travelogues and literary representations to picture postcards and snapshots, Jason Ruiz demonstrates that American travelers constructed Mexico as a nation at the cusp of modernity, but one requiring foreign intervention to reach its full potential. He shows how they rationalized this supposed need for intervention in a variety of ways, including by representing Mexico as a nation that deviated too dramatically from American ideals of progress, whiteness, and sexual self-control to become a modern “sister republic” on its own. Most importantly, Ruiz relates the rapid rise in travel and travel discourse to complex questions about national identity, state power, and economic relations across the U.S.–Mexico border.
The truth behind the magical chaos that has befallen New York City comes out when the demonic power player Neron casts John Constantine down into the fires of Hell itself, where our occult investigator has no shortage of enemies-including an infernal ex the Hellblazer hoped he’d never see again…