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INSTITUTIONALISED 2: Spanking, Caning, Humiliation, Diapers & Discipline: Or, Confined in the Workhouse, the Effect of Prison & School Uniforms, Stern Nurses & Governesses, the Cane, Tawse & Martinet on Young Women in a Long-Term Residential Clinical Study By Garth Toyntanen
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Two young women - each coincidently having an inheritance at stake and a grasping, manipulative stepmother holding the purse-strings - have been talked, cajoled and manipulated into joining a... More > privately financed, residential medical research project. Initially signing up for 3 months, isolated within a secure hospital psychiatric wing in a world of petty rules, straightjackets, bedpans, plastic knickers, diapers, restrictive school uniforms and drab prison dresses, each has now served that term several times over; one bristling under a strict boarding-school regime, the other under prison discipline. Overseen by strict nurses, a stern, cane wielding hospital matron & a female psychiatrist, manipulating her young charges by the deliberate induction of phobias, each has been browbeaten into extending her stay. Elsewhere a girl awakens, ostensibly following a car crash – by why is she restrained behind bars on a locked ward? Why does she recall the sting of the tawse, not the twisting of metal?< Less
INSTITUTIONALISED 2: Spanking, Caning, Humiliation, Diapers & Discipline: Or, Confined in the Workhouse, the Effect of Prison & School Uniforms, Stern Nurses & Governesses, the Cane, Tawse & Martinet on Young Women in a Long-Term Residential Clinical Study By Garth Toyntanen
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Two young women - each coincidently having an inheritance at stake and a grasping, manipulative stepmother holding the purse-strings - have been talked, cajoled and manipulated into joining a... More > privately financed, residential medical research project. Initially signing up for 3 months, isolated within a secure hospital psychiatric wing in a world of petty rules, straightjackets, bedpans, plastic knickers, diapers, restrictive school uniforms and drab prison dresses, each has now served that term several times over; one bristling under a strict boarding-school regime, the other under prison discipline. Overseen by strict nurses, a stern, cane wielding hospital matron & a female psychiatrist, manipulating her young charges by the deliberate induction of phobias, each has been browbeaten into extending her stay. Elsewhere a girl awakens, ostensibly following a car crash – by why is she restrained behind bars on a locked ward? Why does she recall the sting of the tawse, not the twisting of metal?< Less
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ON BECOMING SUBJECT TO MISS SWANLEY'S METHODS By Garth.P Toyntanen
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It is the early to mid 1960s. A young lad seeking psychological help finds himself coming under the influence of a domineering female psychotherapist, a woman not exactly unaccustomed to the idea of... More > including corporal punishment among her arsenal. The woman running this establishment has very definite ideas about how a young lad such as himself might best be treated - and it wouldn't be to his taste. Note: This is a very adult novel, exploring such controversial themes as the enforced reassignment of sexual preference, in addition to the obvious fem-dom overtones. The tale involves the domination and corporal punishment of both a young lad and a young girl - both in their late teens - at the hands of a dominant woman and includes elements of uniform fetishism including girdles and stockings and so on, in addition to the obvious.< Less
INSTITUTIONALISED: Volume II: Confined in the Workhouse By Garth Toyntanen
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Two young women - each coincidently having an inheritance at stake and a grasping, manipulative stepmother holding the purse-strings - have been talked, cajoled and manipulated into joining a... More > privately financed, residential medical research project. Initially signing up for 3 months, isolated within a secure hospital psychiatric wing in a world of petty rules, straightjackets, bedpans, plastic knickers, diapers, restrictive school uniforms and drab prison dresses, each has now served that term several times over; one bristling under a strict boarding-school regime, the other under prison discipline. Overseen by strict nurses, a stern, cane wielding hospital matron & a female psychiatrist, manipulating her young charges by the deliberate induction of phobias, each has been browbeaten into extending her stay. Elsewhere a girl awakens, ostensibly following a car crash - by why is she restrained behind bars on a locked ward Why does she recall the sting of the tawse, not the twisting of metal< Less
Return to Rocky Gap By Toni Morrow Wyatt
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A resident of Briarwood Nursing Home, Amelia Sterns Monroe defies logic or explanation and finds a way to travel through time back to the people and the place she once loved. She finds herself... More > returning to Rocky Gap. The youngest of three, Amelia grows up adoring her oldest sister, Cecilia. When Cecilia marries and leaves home, Amelia finds herself an unwilling conspirator in her sister Lydia’s evil schemes. After Lydia’s choices result in tragedy, Amelia struggles to find forgiveness for the sister she has never understood. When Elmer Monroe enters Amelia’s life, she finds in him an all-encompassing love that can’t be denied. As her life takes an impossible turn, she is shocked to discover a newfound understanding for Lydia. But, is it too late? Spanning from 1921 until present day, Return to Rocky Gap is the epic tale of a family torn apart by tragedy and brought back together by war, only to find that distance is sometimes the hardest obstacle to overcome.< Less
It's the Principle of the Thing: The Personal History of Frederick Raymond Homer By Frederick Raymond Homer
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Known to his friends and family as Fred, Frederick Raymond Homer could have a stern exterior, but all who knew him loved him for his big heart and generous spirit. This is the story of his life as he... More > wrote it. He was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho in May of 1926. He spent his childhood and adolescence on the East Coast before enlisting in the US Navy and serving in the Pacific during WWII as a hospital corpsman. He earned a degree in pharmacy and worked for the rest of his life as a pharmaceutical representative, an independent pharmacist, and as a consultant to nursing homes. The capstone of his career was owning and running Bonneville Drug, where he served his community for twenty years through his professionalism, honesty, wisdom, and generosity. He served two missions for the LDS Church to Los Angeles, California and Nauvoo, Illinois. In a voice that is both eloquent and personal, this book recounts the ordinary and extraordinary episodes of a life shaped by the principles that Fred Homer loved.< Less
It's the Principle of the Thing: The Personal History of Frederick Raymond Homer By Frederick Raymond Homer
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Known to his friends and family as Fred, Frederick Raymond Homer could have a stern exterior, but all who knew him loved him for his big heart and generous spirit. This is the story of his life as he... More > wrote it. He was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho in May of 1926. He spent his childhood and adolescence on the East Coast before enlisting in the US Navy and serving in the Pacific during WWII as a hospital corpsman. He earned a degree in pharmacy and worked for the rest of his life as a pharmaceutical representative, an independent pharmacist, and as a consultant to nursing homes. The capstone of his career was owning and running Bonneville Drug, where he served his community for twenty years through his professionalism, honesty, wisdom, and generosity. He served two missions for the LDS Church to Los Angeles, California and Nauvoo, Illinois. In a voice that is both eloquent and personal, this book recounts the ordinary and extraordinary episodes of a life shaped by the principles that Fred Homer loved.< Less
It's the Principle of the Thing: The Personal History of Frederick Raymond Homer By Frederick Raymond Homer
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Known to his friends and family as Fred, Frederick Raymond Homer could have a stern exterior, but all who knew him loved him for his big heart and generous spirit. This is the story of his life as he... More > wrote it. He was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho in May of 1926. He spent his childhood and adolescence on the East Coast before enlisting in the US Navy and serving in the Pacific during WWII as a hospital corpsman. He earned a degree in pharmacy and worked for the rest of his life as a pharmaceutical representative, an independent pharmacist, and as a consultant to nursing homes. The capstone of his career was owning and running Bonneville Drug, where he served his community for twenty years through his professionalism, honesty, wisdom, and generosity. He served two missions for the LDS Church to Los Angeles, California and Nauvoo, Illinois. In a voice that is both eloquent and personal, this book recounts the ordinary and extraordinary episodes of a life shaped by the principles that Fred Homer loved.< Less

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