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The Department of Carnal Relations Book One (Paul Blades)


The Department of Carnal Relations Book One by Paul Blades

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The Global Unity Convention of 2023 declared the restoration of the normal and natural relations between the sexes worldwide. All females thenceforth were subject to the authority of a responsible male. The Department of Carnal Relations was established to enforce the rules and regulations promulgated to enforce the principles of male authority and dominion mandated by the New Society Program. A nationwide system of compelled sexual service was established to ensure sexually active males sufficient sexual service opportunities necessary for optimal male sexual health. By 2045, fully 65% of females agreed with the statement that It is better for the majority of women that some women be compelled to fulfill mens sexual needs. Clearly, not all women agreed, especially those drafted into the Sexual Service Corp.

Product type: EBook    Published by:     Published: 1 / 2019

No. words: 110000

Style: Male Dom - M/F, Fem Dom - F/F

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A truly amazing apolitical dytopian image of the world to come; intricate plots and characters but never leaving the erotic edge of submission far behind. "Maddy" would feel right at home...a great read 5 out of 5 (Elliott)

Starts off great, but gets dull very quickly. Too much switching back and forth. 2 out of 5 (Chicagossl)

Pity that it kept on repeating endless initials for names various establishments. Spoilt the enjoyment for the reader by all these basically nonsense terms. Maybe it was to build up the number of words. 3 out of 5 (Drayman)

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