Millions of Americans have been thrilled, scared, titillated, and shocked by exploitation movies, low budget films with many scenes of sex, violence, and other potentially lurid elements. The term derives from the fact that promoters of such films exploit the contents in advertising that plays up the sexual or violent aspects of the films. This is the first comprehensive study of the American exploitation film to be published. It discusses five distinct genres: the teen movie, the sexploitation film, the martial arts movie, the blaxploitation film and the lawbreaker picture. Contained within these genres are many popular American film types, including beach movies, biker pictures, and women's prison movies. The study provides a history and sociopolitical analysis of each genre, focusing on significant films in those genres. It also discusses the economics of exploitation films and their place in the motion picture industry, the development of drive-in theaters, the significance of the teenage audience, and the effect of the videocassette. Finally, the book applies major film and cultural theories to establish an aesthetic for evaluating the exploitation film and to explore the relationship between film and audience.
Daniel and Allison have been making love on a rainy Sunday morning and they are both totally turned on. It started in the shower with a slow massage and moved to the bedroom, where they have been having intercourse for the past ten minutes. Daniel knows that Allison needs at least another five minutes of intercourse before she can climax. Here's the problem: Daniel doesn't think he has five minutes left in him. If Daniel continues having intercourse the way he has for the past ten minutes, it may be only a matter of seconds before he has an orgasm. He thinks about slowing down or stopping, but to break the rhythm now would only make it more difficult for Allison to climax. He knows that Allison is at that stage where any kind of change in his movement would only frustrate her. Besides, if he tried to stop or to change the rhythm, Daniel could lose strength in his erection, which would complicate matters even further. This dilemma is making the whole experience a lot less pleasurable for Daniel. The first few minutes of sex were pure excitement, but now he is worried and conflicted. It is hard to enjoy sex when you're fighting your own body. Truth is, you really can't enjoy sex when you're fighting your own body. And neither can your partner. What Daniel does not yet know is that he has another option: male multiple orgasm. The multi-orgasmic man has staying power. He doesn't have to hold back. He doesn't have to fight his own body and deny himself his own pleasure. He can enjoy all of the erotic sensations of intercourse, have a full orgasm, and keep going! If he wishes, he can have a second orgasm, and keep going! He can last as long as his partner wishes, experience all of the excitement and release, and keep going! For the multi orgasmic man, the sky is truly the limit. Daniel is not the only man who has this exciting option. Today, techniques have been perfected to make male multiple orgasm an option for almost every man! Age doesn't matter. Previous experience doesn't matter. Young or old, virgin or veteran, all you need is the desire, your penis, and a few minutes a day. So don't stop now. Turn the page and cross the threshold into a whole new sense of your own sexuality and a whole new relationship for you and your partner. Enjoy your ebook "Sex how to make love all night"!
Paranormal Romance.I checked into my hotel late that night, thinking I was going into the city to see a show, but after a long lonely day of driving, and getting lost on the busy streets, I didn't really think I had it in me to enjoy anything. Not to mention, I was a bit driven to distraction by the gorgeous front desk clerk... I stepped into my room, hating how alone I felt, and decided to warm myself a bit with some alone time in the shower, fantasizing about the aforementioned desk clerk, wondering what it was like to feel loved the way I so badly desired to, and giving up on the prospect of making it out to my event. Immediately afterward I crawled into bed, trying to relax, watching TV, and staring out at the full moon above the empty lot of the hotel, feeling strangely mesmerized by it. And that's when I heard the scratching at my door... I went over to investigate, not sure what the sound could possibly be at this hour of night and with my assumed level of isolation, but nothing registered as being there when I peered through the peep hole. Foolishly, I opened the door, and something horrible came bursting into the room. A werewolf. Instantly I fell to the floor, feeling as though my swift death was assured, cowering as the beast's jaws trembled with fury, his teeth bared, and my life feeling as though it was about to come to a close. But it might just turn out that the creature before me had a very different idea of devouring me in mind... Content suitable for mature readers, contains sexual content and harsh language.
"Although intended as a textbook, this accessible book could as well serve in an academic collection as a useful source of background material for a variety of readers."-CHOICE
Human Sexuality: Personality and Social Psychological Perspectives presents the topics typically covered in human sexuality courses, rooting the presentation in a strong psychological perspective. Author Craig Hill focuses on personality and social psychological theory to provide students with a conceptual understanding of the psychological factors involved in sexuality, and he encourages students to build upon that foundation by challenging them to think critically about the material in various ways. He also emphasizes the scientific investigation of sexuality, offering a solid review of the research literature.
This is an excellent core text for both undergraduate and graduate courses on Human Sexuality particulary those offered in departments of psychology.
Robert De Niro has played many different people, but he is perhaps most remembered for his performance in Taxi Driver. What's more crazy than the person De Nero portrayed is the fact that it was actually based on a real person: Arthur Bremer. What turned a innocent kid from Milwaukee into a crazed lunatic who attempted to assassinate presidential candidate, George Wallace? Find out in this fascinating profile.
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