Synopses & Reviews
A woman performs S/M on stage in a future where all sensual pain must be faked. A man searches for a secret sex "speakeasy" in a high tech city. An assassin finds herself irresistibly attracted to her victim. An artist's model poses in a world where erotic expression is taboo. A catastrophe releases the inhibitions of the people to do more than riot and loot. Taking its title from 1984, George Orwell's dystopian novel, Sexcrime explores the erotic heat and intensity that can come from love under repressive conditions. In thirteen futuristic stories, erotica authors and science fiction writers (including Jean Stine and Simon Sheppard) celebrate the ways in which underground love and subversive sex can flourish through the intimacy of secrets, the thrill of transgression, the sweetness of forbidden pleasures.