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Hysterical Literature  

maneo69 69M
10 posts
6/20/2014 1:39 am
Hysterical Literature

Came across some interesting snippets of literature reading from a couple of years ago in "hysterical-literature-the-orgasm-as-art" from Clayton Cubitt on the criminalwisdom[dot]com site.

A beautiful young lady named Teresa made a selection from Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the Cherry quite intriguing.

Stormy Leather, looking prim and proper, made a review of a record album captivating.

The joy on Stoya's face at the end of her reading was amazing, as was that on Marne's as she had her "1st litgasm."

You've got to see it yourself.
The things random searches turn up nowadays.

KItkat1415 61F  
20051 posts
6/23/2014 4:48 pm

I wrote about this and the other site that I thought was along the same lines was the site that shows people having orgasms, but shows only their face. I think it's called "Exquisite Agony?"

The observant make the best lovers,
I may not do right, but I do write,
I have bliss, joy, and happiness in my life,
Come check out my blog
check out this post by me
Adventures In Body Grooming
#39 April Topic Link: What Lies Beneath
If April Showers Oh Bloody Hell What Kind Of Weather Turns Me On Bloggers Symposium 40

maneo69 replies on 6/23/2014 7:36 pm:
I suspected that others had found this already.
Since you mentioned it I tried a search on this site for blogs with the same text and found at least half-a-dozen.

Also did a general search for "the other site" and found "Beautiful Agony" (it's what you mentioned in your "98th Post").
Quite a variety of facial reactions.

In "Hysterical Literature" Cubitt's videos are interesting studies of the struggle between focus & distraction, the struggle between mind & body leading up to the magical moment. That and the look of joy while each reader regains their composure to wrap up each session in a most dignified way mentioning the author and title of what they just read. Fascinating.

luv_heartz 50F
2746 posts
6/20/2014 2:29 am

I'll spend some time exploring it. Thanks for the recommendation.

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