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Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/1/2017 6:58:55 PM   
ManOeuvre


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Hello

Bonjour

Tal, as the case may be.

I'm reaching out to my fellow fellows, but am very open to suggestions whatever your plumbing.

Imagine for a moment that some woman is being kept. Not against her will, but kept all the same.

This woman's accommodations are a touch on the sparse side, but comfortable. From the hours of 8pm to 5am, she is alone, and has access only to the books provided by her keeper, and a reading lamp.

She has already read more than a few thin volumes penned (or rather keyed) by her keeper, as well as some Gor books, specifically 7 and 11, (with 19, 22 and 27 on the way).

She has also read and re-read a heavily edited (by her keeper) version of a few works by Helen Andelin, as well as an antifeminist, and non-ironic treatment of Maria Clara, also by her keeper.

She has to complete frequent book reports on the materials, and her grading affects the treats she gets from time to time.

At this point, my fellow Goreans, you could be forgiven for thinking that this (imaginary) keeper wishes to curate the very mind of this (imaginary) woman along very specific lines.

There are a few short, "original" works in the pipe, mostly based on Near Eastern and Mediterranean standards; Byrony without the irony.

Are there any books anyone would care to recommend to this end? Much of the M/f specific material I find on the web makes Norman look like a Nobel laureate.
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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 9:09:13 AM   
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A Dog's Purpose would probably be a good one.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 12:43:19 PM   
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Considering that you're looking for curation 'along very specific lines' I don't see how anybody could give you advice on which materials to use, without you laying out in detail which specific lines it is you're looking to follow.

What's the goal you're aiming to achieve?



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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 7:07:40 PM   
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A Dog's Purpose would probably be a good one.


Thank you, Tamaka.

I have taken your advice. I now have the kindle version, and a physical copy is floating down the Amazon.




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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 7:11:44 PM   
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Forgive me,

My last post should read something to the effect that the imaginary keeper, subjunctively has taken your advice.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 7:27:29 PM   
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Lol... well the movie is coming out in January so i suppose that a movie and popcorn could be a nice reward... with a greater purpose. ; )

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 7:38:44 PM   
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Another one to consider for both sides of the slash is Snap of the Dragon's Tail.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/2/2017 11:08:53 PM   
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Considering that you're looking for curation 'along very specific lines' I don't see how anybody could give you advice on which materials to use, without you laying out in detail which specific lines it is you're looking to follow.
What's the goal you're aiming to achieve?


Thanks, Ishtar.

As the keeper gets a scalp massage, he gives a brain massage.

The very specific lines are already (theoretically) being pressed and squeezed, but lay along extreme M/f themes. On occasion, he will bring a laptop to her, with some videos downloaded (internet disabled of course) such that said curation can occur in multiple media.

Most recently, the first two thirds of a youtube tribute to Son-451.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/3/2017 5:22:08 AM   
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ManOeuvre....

It is your fantasy...create as you wish. That can be a very enjoyable thing to do.

As a brainwashing technique or even an enslavement technique it is safer than many and with time and reenforcement will have something of the desired effect but used alone, very little of it. However, it is an interesting idea but with no follow through or extension to solve the single tool or hammer problem.

Single subject immersion is good but your time frame is too long. Shifting type and subject more rapidly both increased mental instability (being unable to fixate on one thing for more than short term periods) and if the new subjects are divers enough triggering a cognitive dissonance or mental reset which will force quick transfer of the last thing learned from short to long term memory to clear the way for the new and very different subject. At least, that would be the goal even if it doesn't always happen. Your technique gives a great amount of subject knowledge with no incentive to do more than parrot back information in a required format. There is no reason or reward to internalize it.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/3/2017 8:10:06 AM   
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Thanks for your input, Malkinius.

This aspect of training/molding is a narrow component of the whole. The last time I went into detail as to aspects more physical, I was shouted down and banned before I had a chance to read your (or anyone else's) advice.

On the writing that comes back, and the grading of the same, despite some of the stories being poached of their most prosaic elements, I still insist on paying attention to the aesthetic of her writing. The comprehension aspect is as you rightly point out, for the parrots. While of course I wouldn't care to craft and cultivate some sort of complimentary wit from clay better suited to other pleasures, especially when good conversations are had regularly with solid male friends, I think an odalisque would be incomplete unless she could converse with a at least slight poetic ease.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/3/2017 8:39:24 AM   
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Sorry, I just realized that I have been auto-corrected. In post #8, "Son" should read "Sonmi"

Is OS X trying to cure Koreans?

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/3/2017 12:01:27 PM   
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Have you read The Collector by John Fowles?
No idea why your OP makes me think of that one...

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/3/2017 10:46:58 PM   
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Have you read The Collector by John Fowles?
No idea why your OP makes me think of that one...


Thanks, WM.

I have read that book, but via the lower brow - I saw the Terence Stamp film first. Maybe that's why I've always loved that actor, and couldn't stop rooting for him in "The Limey".

All that to one side though, there is another element that places everything but classics, cult favourites or very short works out of reach, as the reader doesn't read nearly as well in English as in her native tongues. While she is learning French and Japanese, (the frank tongues in my household) anything even slightly esoteric is impossible to find in either Tagalog or Spanish.

With respect to that work in particular, it's a touch meta.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/5/2017 8:34:10 AM   
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A Dog's Purpose would probably be a good one.


The Amazon is of swifter current than expected. I have the book in hand. I read the electronic version the night you recommended it. The prose is very accessible, I'll see to it that it works its way into her graceful hands.

By the way, she loves the family rez dog, Cocoa.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/6/2017 6:30:46 AM   
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If she reads French, maybe The Story Of O or some DeSade (both of which I'm told read a lot better in French than in translation) might be appropriate?

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/6/2017 8:07:06 AM   
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She's learning French.

Anything beyond a few fathoms deep exceeds her grasp at the moment.

I wish I could tell you whether you're right about O or DeSade. I've only read Story of O in French, and DeSade in English.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/6/2017 9:44:30 AM   
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ORIGINAL: tamaka
A Dog's Purpose would probably be a good one.


The Amazon is of swifter current than expected. I have the book in hand. I read the electronic version the night you recommended it. The prose is very accessible, I'll see to it that it works its way into her graceful hands.

By the way, she loves the family rez dog, Cocoa.


: ) Awesome.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/6/2017 9:46:07 AM   
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She's learning French.

Anything beyond a few fathoms deep exceeds her grasp at the moment.

I wish I could tell you whether you're right about O or DeSade. I've only read Story of O in French, and DeSade in English.

My bad: the only Spanish language pornographer I can think of offhand is Aldapuerta, and great as his stuff is, he's not very interested in power exchanges or consensual slavery.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/6/2017 9:55:14 AM   
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ORIGINAL: tamaka


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ORIGINAL: tamaka
A Dog's Purpose would probably be a good one.


The Amazon is of swifter current than expected. I have the book in hand. I read the electronic version the night you recommended it. The prose is very accessible, I'll see to it that it works its way into her graceful hands.

By the way, she loves the family rez dog, Cocoa.


: ) Awesome.



Did you get Snap of the Dragon's Tail? I'd be interested to know what you thought of it.

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RE: Graceful hands turning pages under artificial light. - 1/8/2017 10:22:37 PM   
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I haven't gotten that one just yet, and I'm not too sure if I will... Not that it should stir too much animosity after three fourths of a century, but another graceful creature under my care is from the land of the rising sun.

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