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Elise Sutton examines the prevalent male desire to be dominated by a woman. She explores from a psychological perspective why men have submissive desires toward the female gender, where these desires... More > originate from, and how this common male fantasy reflects what is transpiring within society, as women are becoming more liberated and independent. Elise reveals that Female Domination is a large tent with many forms, expressions and lifestyles contained therein.
Elise takes the reader into the personal and intimate lives of forty couples, who are not unlike your family members, the people you work with or the people you socialize with, yet who practice different variations of the Female Domination lifestyle.
Through the experiences of others, Elise Sutton examines how society is evolving toward Female rule, one relationship at a time.< Less
The Dominant Wife - Volume Two
Dominant wives do not come any more controlling than the young German heiress who reduces an older gigolo - a man who married her simply to divorce and gain a share of her fortune - into something... More > less than a man.
Something less than human, in fact.
"Man-Beast to Male-Pet" is volume-two in "The Dominant Wife" collection.
WARNING: EXPLICIT ADULT CONTENT< Less
Dinner and Domination2
From the author of 'Dinner and Domination and 'Punishing the Toy Boy'.
Robert has fallen head over heels for waitress Annie. When they go out on their first date the innocent young woman turns into... More > a dominatrix and the night of his dreams begins. ***Features Sexual Scenes and Swearing**< Less
Dominant Women Of The Muslim World
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A mature Somali-Canadian Muslim woman seduces and dominates a shy younger man. A Libyan woman runs a House of Domination for bossy Arab women and submissive Arab men. The wife of a mosque's Imam... More > organizes a neighborhood swinger's party. A Saudi Arabian girl seduces a young black man. An African-American football star is seduced by a lovely East Indian woman. A Saudi man explores his fascination for white women. An older Arab is enthralled by a whip-smart dominatrix from his own Mosque ! A young Saudi woman introduces her bisexual Somalian boyfriend to his first male lover. Meet the Muslim women you didn't think actually existed...but often dreamed about. From North America to Europe, Indonesia, the Caribbean and the Middle East. They're all here to share their stories with you in this remarkable anthology.< Less
Finding A Dominator
Dory was a control freak, had always been a control freak, will always be a control freak. The problem with being too much a control freak is that eventually you end up freaking everybody out. Such... More > was the case with Dory. Dory was beautiful. The kind of woman that can make anyone from both sexes look twice. Her curves were the type of curves that one would need a navigator in order to fully find their way around. Many a couples had fought randomly just because the guy, or the girl, looked at her a few seconds too long. Dory was also the type that just drew silent stares. Not even the most cold hearted hoodlum dare hoot at her, not even a wink.
Dory always dressed impeccably. Her favorite get up was a really short, tight, mini skirt with a revealing top worn inside a trench coat matched with wicked stilettos and dark, mysterious glasses. She looked so bad even a criminal would think twice. Dory was a creature sent to earth to punish the lusty men, or women, who had gone too far.< Less
The New Woman
The New Woman was a feminist ideal that emerged in the late 19th century and had a profound influence on feminism well into the twentieth. The term "New Woman" was popularized by American... More > writer Henry James, to describe the growth in the number of feminist, educated, independent career women in Europe and the United States.The New Woman pushed the limits set by male-dominated society, especially as modeled in the plays of Norwegian Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906). "The New Woman sprang fully armed from Ibsen's brain," according to a joke by Max Beerbohm (1872–1956). New Women were active in the Suffragette movement and were disappointed by the emergence of the frivolous flapper in the 1920s.< Less
The Woman In the Alcove
Anna Katharine Green (1846-1935) was an American poet and novelist. She was one of the first writers of detective fiction in America and distinguished herself by writing well plotted, legally... More > accurate stories (no doubt assisted by her lawyer father). Born in Brooklyn, New York, her early ambition was to write romantic verse, and she corresponded with Ralph Waldo Emerson. When her poetry failed to gain recognition, she produced her first and best known novel, The Leavenworth Case (1878). She became a bestselling author, eventually publishing about 40 books. She was in some ways a progressive woman for her time-succeeding in a genre dominated by male writers-but she did not approve of many of her feminist contemporaries, and she was opposed to women's suffrage.< Less