Deviant Desires: Incredibly Strange Sex

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Juno Books, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 238 pages
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"Deviant Desires" is a lavishly illustrated guide to the most fascinating and decidedly obscure outposts of the immensely diverse sexual subcultures found today in our own backyards. Self-described pervert Katharine Gates takes us on an anthropological expedition, investigating the origins and practices of fanatically precise fetishes and po-mo eroticisms.

"My friend Annie Sprinkle's partner in crime, Katharine Gates, has just written a book called "Deviant Desires", published by the same woman who did RE/Search publications back when. I cannot put it down, or actually, that's not true. I HAVE to put it down after a few pages and just walk around with my mind blown for a while until I'm ready to go on.

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User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

If I wanted to read a book exclusively focusing on ponies I would've got a book on ponies, dammit. Read full review

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User Review  - Jo - Goodreads

I thought at first this was going to be played for titillation, a let's laugh at the weird pervs kind of book. Gates has written a mostly unbiased account of various people and their fetishes. It's a ... Read full review



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