Lonerwor, July 26, 2007 (view all comments by Lonerwor)
I could see myself reading this book over, and over, because we all have difficulties with our sexuality, and we seek for meaningful relationships, and sometimes at the end, we end up alone, because people may not meet up to our standards, or we may not meet up to their standards. It is kind of a double-edged sword.
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jkaugust, July 22, 2007 (view all comments by jkaugust)
From mild mannered clean-cut schoolgirl to pain loving, bottom-abused submissive (and loving it), this book provides insights to "normal" people on why submissives are submissive. A titillating and fascinating read for anyone who wonders what the other half gets from such a seemingly one-sided relationship.
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by Jerry Stahl, author of Permanent Midnight; I, Fatty,
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"Like Alice in Wonderland, Kelly's narrator travels through a landscape that reflects, distorts, and changes her, yet she never loses her grit, her humor, or her authenticity."
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