Author: H. M. Alexander
Category: Burlesque (Theater)
Author: H. M. Alexander
Category: Burlesque (Theater)
Author: Kate Davies
Publisher: Kate Davies
View: 3271He's vice. She's nice. Watch out. Seattle! It seemed easy enough. Hit the local all-male strip club, pick a likely target and hire him for her best friend’s bachelorette party. But the stripper who catches Caroline’s eye has a different agenda. He’s an undercover cop, and Caroline ends up under arrest—for solicitation! Tony DiMarco realizes too late that he’s made a mistake. Caroline’s reputation and business are suffering, and he feels responsible. He feels something else too—the pull of red-hot desire. He wants Caroline, but she’s afraid that he’s just trying to make up for his mistake. Can this determined vice cop teach her to trust him? THIS BOOK HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED. It has been lightly edited and revised. WARNING: This book contains people taking their clothes off. Which is kind of the point, right?
Author: Carl Hiaasen
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
View: 9501Only in America could an innocent, if drunken, guest of honor at a strip joint bachelor party become a mortal threat against Big Money and Big Government. Only in south Florida, land of roadside honky-tonks and sinister pleasure boats—not to mention blackmail and murder—would a virtuous topless dancer join forces with a cool but clueless cop. And only in the fiction of Carl Hiaasen do readers experience riveting suspense and razor-sharp characters along with the most wicked humor imaginable. This is Strip Tease, Hiaasen’s most inventive tale yet of savage appetites and sweet justice. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Carl Hiaasen's Bad Monkey.
Author: Jenee E. Hudson
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
View: 7384In a world where a powerless enemy tries to be a powerful enemy, Prophetess Jenee E. Hudson destroys the yokes of darkness by teaching many all over the world uncommon strategies on how to bruise the head of Satan by activation of kingdom authority from knowing who you are in Christ. Women of today are dealing with many obstacles, issues, and simply living in a society where dominance of the male culture still exists. With so many vain things to divide us, Prophetess Hudson, founder and CEO of Bruise His Head Ministries, Inc., ministers healing and deliverance to the soul of many bruised, wounded, broken, and abused women. Since raised as a Washingtonian, she has been noted for her phrase "I left a man I could see for one I cannot see." This bold statement has taken cities to another level of those who have been hidden in the dark of lies as well as how to break free from bondage, pain, and a shameful past. Please enjoy the material of this book as you learn your authority in kingdom citizenship while God's word releases a power missile to pierce the soul and liberate your spirit.
Sex, Media and the Democratization of Desire
Author: Brian McNair
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
View: 1428"From advertising to health education campaigns, sex and sexual imagery now permeate every aspect of advanced capitalist culture. Striptease Culture explores this 'sexualisation' of contemporary life, relating it to wider changes in post-war society. Divided into three sections, Striptease Culture first traces the development of pornography from the mid-nineteenth century, following its movement from elite to mass culture and the contemporary fascination with 'porno-chic'. In Part 2 McNair considers popular cultural forms of sexual representation in the media. Moving from backlash elements in straight male culture and changing images of women to the representation of gays in film and television shows such as Ellen and Queer as Folk, McNair argues that the high profile of sexuality in contemporary culture, rather than evidence of moral decline, is a positive expression of post-war liberalism and the advance of feminism and gay rights, as well as a key contributor to public health education in the era of HIV and AIDS." "In Part 3, Striptease Culture turns to the uses of sexuality in contemporary art, examining the artistic 'striptease' of Jeff Koons and others, who have used their own naked bodies in their work. McNair also considers how feminist and gay artists have employed sexuality in the critique and transformation of patriarchy. In a concluding chapter, McNair considers the implications of the rise of striptease culture for the future of sexual politics."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Author: Georges Simenon
Publisher: No Exit Press
View: 2734Celita is a stripper at the Monico, a nightclub in Cannes, as well as the long-standing mistress of Monsieur Leon, the nightclub's owner. She enjoyed her struggle to win him away from his wife, Madame Florence, but when a new stripper named Maud becomes a star overnight, Celita at once realises that her hold over Leon is threatened. In this artistically-told story from the master of the genre, nothing can prepare us for its violent and startlingly tragic end.
Author: Erin McCarthy
Publisher: Erin McCarthy
View: 3530A sexy CEO. A single mom. And a secret baby who is now eight years old… A tipsy night in college resulted in Grace’s greatest joy--her daughter. But now she sees the guy who gave her a fake name and number that night is stripping for a charity event without a care in the world. When the feisty brunette confronts Brandon, finding out he has a daughter rocks his playboy world. Grace wants answers. Brandon wants Grace. And Fallon wants a dad. Is the ultimate party guy ready to strip it all bare...including his heart?
Author: Sub21 Modeling Crew
Publisher: Sub21 Modeling Crew
View: 5339Jessica is a member of the Sub21 Modeling Crew. Here, her images begin with an outfit of a white shirt, tight shorts, and pink and white bra and panties. She begins by modeling the outfit, including a provocative display of the lingerie, followed by nude poses. The nude portion includes standing, sitting, and floor poses from front, side, and back. 50 images, no text. Includes erotic and artistic depictions of full frontal nudity. For mature audiences only.
An Emotional Striptease
Author: Brenda Markstein
View: 1914When Kelly Knights phone rings at three oclock in the morning, she knows it is not good news. Her mother has had a stroke. As she races to the hospital to meet her sister by her mothers bedside, Kelly has no idea she is about to take a journey of self-discovery that will awaken her from a slumber she has been in for years. While her mother valiantly fights for her life, Kelly begins reflecting on her own. As the layers begin to peel away, Kelly must come to grips with the traumas and fractures forgotten long ago as she summons the courage to face who she really is versus who she thinks she is supposed to be. Minutes feel like days as Kelly journeys between the ultimate death of her mother and the death of her own ego as she slowly strips down to her core where the truth waits to be revealed. But it is only after Kelly dares herself to unveil what lies beneath her clothes that she is finally able to set herself free and transform into her true self. If These Clothes Could Talk is the story of a womans emotional journey as she discovers the naked truth about who she is versus who she thinks she is.