The Mistress Contract
by She and He
The remarkable true document that is The Mistress Contract opens with a piece of paper that was signed in 1981 by a woman and her wealthy lover. The contract establishes an exchange that she thinks fair: If he will provide an adequate and separate home for her and cover her expenses, she will provide him with �mistress services”: �All sexual acts as requested, with suspens...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published October 18th 2011 by Unbridled Books
(first published September 2nd 2011)
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Ever wonder what it would look like to take the conversations of youtube trolls and publish them? How would that read? Well look no futher. THis book is pretty much the accumulation of youtube troll conversations. Some of the most backwards thought processes and pathological insanity resides in this book. Everything from ramblings of regurgitated rants laced with sexism at its worst, to moments of lobbying for sex slavery - it's all here. I have never in all my years of reading all sorts of lite...more
The premise is that two consenting adults, thirty years ago, decided to sign a contract –written by “She”, the reader eventually finds - assigning her the role of mistress, obligated to provide sex, and assigning him the role of financial provider. Concomitantly, they begin recording their conversations. [return]Very little of this slim paperback is salacious. None of it was erotic. Much of it was offensive. Starting with the tagline: [return]“He is a successful businessman. [return]She could be...more
The Mistress Contract is one that piqued my interest from the very first time it was brought to my attention as a new fall release. The idea of a couple agreeing to share their most intimate details about their relationship, however anonymous, was as titillating as it was a huge opportunity to delve into the mind of someone who knowingly enters in a mistress relationship. Unfortunately, The Mistress Contract was nothing like I expected it to be, and my disappointment is profound.
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This book is a series of edited transcripts of recorded conversations between She and He, people who have entered into a sexual contract wherein She becomes the sexual property of He and in return is provided with her own home and money. That being said, the book's discussions are political, psychological, and philosophical in nature; the Contract looms in the background of discussions but is not explicit in all of the transcripts. Like all dialectical pieces, you can't skim this book. If you're...more