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Bimbo Spa By Teresa Joseph
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When Carol and Valerie walk into the foyer of the Harrington Day Spa, they know that something is horribly wrong. Once drugged into mindless obedience, Mrs Harrington transforms the two friends into... More > yet another pair of gorgeous, giggling bimbos whose only desire is to fuck. Read with shock and disbelief as Fiona Harrington struggles to satisfy her lifelong obsession to turn every available woman she meets into a mindless sex doll. She empties their minds of every relevant thought and memory, swells their tits, stimulates their pussies, dresses each of them up like ‘Backstreet Hooker Barbie’, and gives them a pretty name. Now that Mrs Harrington has made them ‘All happy and pretty’ the bimbos are all so delighted with their new lives that they never want to go back. A cutting satire about the obsession with beauty and the objectification of women in modern society? Or a sick, perverted fantasy by a mental deviant woman who should be shot like a rabid dog? Or both? You decide.< Less
LARGE PRINT: Devoted: A Feminist Analysis of Disability Fetishism By Philippa Willitts
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Disabled women face double discrimination, and objectification by disability fetishists can tell us a lot about not just the sexualisation of women in mainstream society, but also what the attitudes... More > of these "devotees" can tell us about societal stereotypes of disability. This essay looks critically at devoteeism, while examining what these fetishes communicate about the oppressions faced by disabled people and women. Most analysis of this issue has come from either a feminist or a disability rights perspective: this book combines the two and scrutinises the issue of disability fetishism from the point of view of a feminist who is disabled. I discuss intrusive behaviour and actions on the part of fetishists, whether criticising disability fetishism is the same as saying that disabled people can't be sexually attractive, and what feminists and disability activists need to do to contribute to the liberation of disabled women.< Less
Devoted: A Feminist Analysis of Disability Fetishism By Philippa Willitts
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Disabled women face double discrimination, and objectification by disability fetishists can tell us a lot about not just the sexualisation of women in mainstream society, but also what the attitudes... More > of these "devotees" can tell us about societal stereotypes of disability. This essay looks critically at devoteeism, while examining what these fetishes communicate about the oppressions faced by disabled people and women. Most analysis of this issue has come from either a feminist or a disability rights perspective: this book combines the two and scrutinises the issue of disability fetishism from the point of view of a feminist who is disabled. I discuss intrusive behaviour and actions on the part of fetishists, whether criticising disability fetishism is the same as saying that disabled people can't be sexually attractive, and what feminists and disability activists need to do to contribute to the liberation of disabled women.< Less
Devoted: A Feminist Analysis of Disability Fetishism By Philippa Willitts
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Disabled women face double discrimination, and objectification by disability fetishists can tell us a lot about not just the sexualisation of women in mainstream society, but also what the attitudes... More > of these "devotees" can tell us about societal stereotypes of disability. This essay looks critically at devoteeism, while examining what these fetishes communicate about the oppressions faced by disabled people and women. Most analysis of this issue has come from either a feminist or a disability rights perspective: this book combines the two and scrutinises the issue of disability fetishism from the point of view of a feminist who is disabled. I discuss intrusive behaviour and actions on the part of fetishists, whether criticising disability fetishism is the same as saying that disabled people can't be sexually attractive, and what feminists and disability activists need to do to contribute to the liberation of disabled women.< Less
Bimbo Spa By Teresa Joseph
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When Carol and Valerie walk into the foyer of the Harrington Day Spa, they know that something is horribly wrong. Once drugged into mindless obedience, Mrs Harrington transforms the two friends into... More > yet another pair of gorgeous, giggling bimbos whose only desire is to fuck. Read with shock and disbelief as Fiona Harrington struggles to satisfy her lifelong obsession to turn every available woman she meets into a mindless sex doll. She empties their minds of every relevant thought and memory, swells their tits, stimulates their pussies, dresses each of them up like ‘Backstreet Hooker Barbie’, and gives them a pretty name. Now that Mrs Harrington has made them ‘All happy and pretty’ the bimbos are all so delighted with their new lives that they never want to go back. A cutting satire about the obsession with beauty and the objectification of women in modern society? Or a sick, perverted fantasy by a mental deviant woman who should be shot like a rabid dog? Or both? You decide.< Less