Ernest Greene and Nina Hartley Interview on The Truth About O

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Slave Bunny: Can you tell us in your own words what the piece is about?   Ernest: What you're seeing here is a segment of a new book I'm writing, working title, The Truth About O, that is a collection of both personal experiences with the individuals involved and recollections of those who were members of one of Europe's actual existing societies of O. My contact there … [Read more...]

The Initiation of Cora: Part 1

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The dark desire is made up of feelings we normally resist. It is an ambivalent and intense form of pleasure. And it is addicting.”  – Alexander, the Consigliere.”   This story is taken from my life. I have changed only names and locations for the protection of those who have meant so much to me. I hope to help the willing reader understand us all better. I recognize … [Read more...]

O: Of Sonnets, Mnemonics and Desiring the Impossible

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In her poem which begins 'Even long after my death' Maria Martins (1900-1973), the vivacious wife of the Brazilian ambassador to the United States who was known to others as simply 'Maria' the surrealist sculptor and lover of artist Marcel Duchamp, exclaimed; Even long after my death Long after your death I want to torture you I want the thought of me to coil around your … [Read more...]