Porcelli Book Review: PERMANENT OBSCURITY By Richard Perez

ProsEntertaining comedy of excess. ConsStrong language, sexual references. ConsStrong language, sexual references. ConsNot recommended for minors. ConsNot recommended for minors.

I cannot over-stress how this takes things out of the physical realm and puts them solidly to the psychological realm. . And seems like that the author, Richard Perez, knows this world intimately. So the true aim of these belts is to be secure enough that you can\'t take your penis out or get access with it without doing damage wooden pony bdsm to your belt and thus damaging the \"rules\" of the male chastity belt game you\'re playing along with your partner.

In ClosingThis novel deserves to locate an audience. and what is the result?PERMANENT OBSCURITY is surely an artist\'s nightmare of sorts. and what is the result?PERMANENT OBSCURITY is an artist\'s nightmare of sorts. The way I see it, there is no doubt: if you really want to take pleasure from a male chastity belt to the full, then locking your man in the steel chastity belt becomes almost unavoidable.

For the surprising, twisted ending alone, PERMANENT OBSCURITY will probably be worth seeking out. . At least on this case, and mostly likely in most cases like this. Bush was within the White House riding this crest of fear, with Dick Cheney, a military contractor, as war consultant VP. The dominatrix scenes with Serena are a little more about testing male/female psychological boundaries, but no less dirty and disturbing.

They both want to pursue their very own dreams or a minimum of escape the entire world of the mundane. In this climate of fear and self-loathing and isolationism, PERMANENT OBSCURITY tells the seedy yarn of Dolores and Serena, two East Village archetypes, who puff and snort their method to infamy after committing an act of Abu Ghraib-style one-upsmanship having a perverted twist. \" Psychos post their deranged art online, self-publishing largely has become as elementary as posting a blog.

In ClosingThis novel deserves to discover an audience. . . In ClosingA bold and darkly funny book worth reading.

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