The Training Of Leah S Wife

Author: Clare Penne
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326386301
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It's "To Italy... for Domination and Love" as one man's journey of change and sexual re-alignment continues and he becomes a pliable submissive to his growingly authoritative and demanding wife. And not just to her alone. But fate is not finished with Ms Penne's hero-cum-heroine just yet and his/her life is about to be subjected to yet more turbulent winds of perverse sexual change. Volume-Length: 133000-words. WARNING: EXPLICIT ADULT MATERIAL

Feminized And Pretty 1

Author: Lady Alexa
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ISBN: 9781973463320
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A struggling young musician called Patrick meets Elizabeth Remington a much older wealthy business woman. After a whirlwind relationship they marry. Both had different reasons for the marriage and neither reason was love. Elizabeth chose him as the perfect malleable needy man to control, subjugate and feminise. Unfortunately for Patrick she hears him telling his best friend he only married Elizabeth as a get-rich-quick scheme and will take her for millions after a future divorce. Elizabeth believes this gives her full license to do whatever she wants to Patrick. No longer held back by any moral reasons, she begins Patrick's transformation in earnest with no limits to what she feels she can do to him.This story contains explicit scenes of a sexual nature including male to female gender transformation, female domination, CFNM and reluctant feminisation. All characters in this story are aged 18 and over. For adults aged 18 and over only

The Countess S Compliant

Author: Clare Penne
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326871404
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The queen of decadent and outré erotica in the world of the wealthy and powerful, Clare Penne, brings you another tale of dominated and feminised masculinity. Together with proof that laws on their own are not enough to prevent the human bondage of one free and independent spirit to another. If, that is, the one intending to own the other is blessed with position, money, and powerful contacts. A tale of female domination and male submission. Volume-Length: 109000-words. SEXUALLY EXPLICIT ADULT READING INSIDE

Feminist Anthropology

Author: Ellen Lewin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 140515456X
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Feminist Anthropology surveys the history of feminist anthropology and offers students and scholars a fascinating collection of both classic and contemporary articles, grouped to highlight key themes from the past and present. Offers vibrant examples of feminist ethnographic work rather than synthetic overviews of the field. Each section is framed by a theoretical and bibliographic essay. Includes a thoughtful introduction to the volume that provides context and discusses the intellectual “foremothers” of the field, including Margaret Mead, Ruth Landes, Phyllis Kaberry, and Zora Neale Hurston.

The Myth Of Monogamy

Author: David P. Barash
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780805071368
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A lighthearted survey of monogamy and its variations across the animal kingdom challenges the notion that monogamy occurs naturally, profiling examples of animal infidelity and the instincts behind animal sexual behavior. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

Winthrop S Journal History Of New England 1630 1649

Author: John Winthrop
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Politics Of Piety

Author: Saba Mahmood
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691149801
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Politics of Piety is a groundbreaking analysis of Islamist cultural politics through the ethnography of a thriving, grassroots women's piety movement in the mosques of Cairo, Egypt. Unlike those organized Islamist activities that seek to seize or transform the state, this is a moral reform movement whose orthodox practices are commonly viewed as inconsequential to Egypt's political landscape. Saba Mahmood's compelling exposition of these practices challenges this assumption by showing how the ethical and the political are indelibly linked within the context of such movements. Not only is this book a sensitive ethnography of a critical but largely ignored dimension of the Islamic revival, it is also an unflinching critique of the secular-liberal assumptions by which some people hold such movements to account. The book addresses three central questions: How do movements of moral reform help us rethink the normative liberal account of politics? How does the adherence of women to the patriarchal norms at the core of such movements parochialize key assumptions within feminist theory about freedom, agency, authority, and the human subject? How does a consideration of debates about embodied religious rituals among Islamists and their secular critics help us understand the conceptual relationship between bodily form and political imaginaries? Politics of Piety is essential reading for anyone interested in issues at the nexus of ethics and politics, embodiment and gender, and liberalism and postcolonialism. In a substantial new preface, Mahmood addresses the controversy sparked by the original publication of her book and the scholarly discussions that have ensued.

Strong Mothers Weak Wives

Author: Miriam M. Johnson
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520061620
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Explores the process by which gender differences become translated into gender inequalities, examining the relation of this process to the nuclear family and the social organization of modern society

Sperm Competition In Humans

Author: Todd K. Shackelford
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387280391
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In species with internal fertilization, sperm competition occurs when the sperm of two or more males simultaneously occupy the reproductive tract of a female and compete to fertilize an egg (Parker, 1970). A large body of empirical research has demonstrated that, as predicted by sperm competition theory, males and females in many species possess anatomical, behavioral, and physiological adaptations that have evolved to deal with the adaptive challenges associated with sperm competition. Moreover, in recent years, evolutionary biologists and psychologists have begun to examine the extent to which sperm competition may have been an important selective pressure during human evolution. Some research has suggested that male humans, like males of many bird, insect, and rodent species, might be able to adjust the number of sperm they inseminate according to the risk of sperm competition. Other research has examined whether such responses might be accompanied by psychological changes that motivate human males to pursue copulations when the risk of sperm competition is high. Furthermore, there is research suggesting that aspects of human penile anatomy might function to enhance success in sperm competition. Much of this work has been controversial; some of the findings have been disputed and others have been greeted with skepticism. However, the idea that some aspects of human psychology and behavior might best be understood as adaptations to sperm competition remains intriguing and, in certain cases, very persuasive.

A Millennium Of Turkish Literature

Author: Talât Sait Halman
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 0815650744
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A Millennium of Turkish Literature tells the story of how literature evolved and grew in stature on the Turkish mainland over the course of a thousand years. The book features numerous poems and extracts, most in fluid translations by Halman. This volume provides a concise, but captivating, introduction to Turkish literature and, with selections from its extensive "Further Reading" section, serves as an invaluable guide to Turkish literature for course adoption.