Rubber Cat Burglar

Author: Roxy Katt
Publisher: Excessica Publishing
ISBN: 1504500385
Category: Fiction
Page: N.A
View: 6552
La Cambrioleuse is a proud and confident futa cat burglar. For her, much of the fun of her job is donning her rubber cat suit and having her way with hapless women she encounters during her capers. But there are rumours Batmaiden has had enough of La Cambrioleuse's string of successful heists. La Cambrioleuse is warned by her old arch criminal friend the Puffin to be wary. But La Cambrioleuse is unconcerned. As her minion Mousie laces her into her corset and squeezes her into her complicated and super tight rubber suit, La Cambrioleuse knows she has an unbroken string of successful burglaries and sexual conquests to her name. What could go wrong? Batmaiden is only a prissy little bread and butter miss who could not possibly be a threat. Careful, Cambrioleuse. Pride goeth before a fall. Will villainess and super heroine encounter each other at last?

Futanari Sex Ed

Book 1 of "Futanari Sex Ed"
Author: Ashley Berry
Publisher: Boruma Publishing
ISBN: 1370699891
Category: Fiction
Page: N.A
View: 6079
Leslie’s new school is full of surprises. But the biggest are her fellow students. Half of the girls are like nothing she’s ever seen before: tall, athletic, sexually charged, and all packing serious heat between their legs. Life was hard enough in her old school, but Leslie’s about to find out she isn’t just the new kid. To these girls, she’s fresh meat. Long Description: As the newest student of White Reef High, Leslie’s in for many big surprises. First, there’s Ms. Hawke, who takes a very hands-on approach to physical education. Then there’s half the student body, who are more bubbly, pretty and confident than Leslie could ever hope to be. And then there’s the other half. These girls are something else. Tall, athletic, sexually charged, and all packing serious heat between their legs. Life was hard enough in her old school, but Leslie’s about to find out she isn’t just the new kid. She’s fresh meat. FUTANARI Sex ED is over 10,000 words of sex-filled fun between well-hung futanaris and eager females, and has a HFN ending. ~~~~~ Excerpt ~~~~~ Z ara held her hands to her hips, jutting one out to the side. “You can look, you know.” She swept her hand in a downwards motion, as if presenting herself for an audience. “It likes the attention.” Her smile was infectious, and Leslie found her lips twitch into a shy grin herself. And since she had permission, she let herself take a peek. She definitely liked what she saw. God, what a cock! And to her surprise, it had freckles, just like the rest of Zara. Those little dots made her enticing penis cute and sexy at the same time. Ms. Hawke instructed the class to stand on their mats. “Let’s start with the absolute basics. First, all the futas need to get hard.” The teacher began her ‘demonstration.’ running her closed fist up and down the length of her cock until it filled with blood and stood out straight from her body. The tip was a bright red, and a long blue vein snaked down the length of her shaft. The lights from overhead caught against a speck of pre-cum on the dick’s tip, making it glimmer. Leslie was enraptured, her heart racing as she watched her PE teacher rub her enormous dick in front of everyone. She hoped nobody noticed her going red again. It went without saying that things here were very different from her old school! … " All right, everyone; clothes off!” Leslie felt dizzy as she watched every last person in the class, including Ms. Hawke herself, undress and throw their clothes in a pile in the corner of their mats. In a few blinks, Leslie was standing in front of a class of naked young women – and she was the only one with her clothes still on. Some of the taller girls, the ones who were now very obviously futanari, held hands with their partners, and some of were even kissing. Others simply stood around with their arms crossed, looking like they would rather be paired with anyone but their assigned partner. “Look, I know you’re new here, but you’re really going to have to start following my instructions the first time I give them, Hall.” Ms. Hawke was looking at her seriously. “It wouldn’t be fair if I gave you special treatment; I expect all of my students to listen to what I say and follow me without question. So take your clothes off and be ready to help me demonstrate for the class.” “Demonstrate?!” Leslie couldn’t believe what she heard. “You’re going to…we’re going to…” Ms. Hawke pulled off the elastic in her hair and shook her hair out, the mousy blonde locks whipping from side to side. When her hair was free, she blew a few strands from face and replied: “Of course. I’m not going to let my students to fuck each other before showing them how to first.” ~~~~~ PG Excerpt ~~~~~ “Now,” the teacher continued. “It isn’t enough that I stand here and lecture you, much as I enjoy hearing the sound of my own voice.” Every girl rolled her eyes. “But since everyone here is eighteen, I thought we would make things a little more, well, practical today.” This got their attention. Girls immediately began chattering, their faces beaming with excitement. “Here is the list of pairs I’ve put together myself. All those whose partners are absent will be assigned together, or will join me up the front.” A titter rose. The teacher flipped a page on her clipboard and cleared her throat. “Stanley and LeHorn. Nichols and Prabhu. Chang and Finn.” This went on, with girls partnering up as their names were read out. Some looked less than enthused about their pairing, but others came together with giggles and coy smiles. One girl demanded that she be paired with her best friend, and the teacher barked so loud that Leslie nearly jumped out of her skin. Once they were all paired off, something became uncomfortably clear to Leslie. Her name hadn’t been called out. “Um, m-miss?” she said, raising her hand weakly and trying to get the teacher’s attention over the noise. “M-miss? I didn’t… I mean I’m new, and I don’t…I didn’t…” The teacher took one glance at her, and then exhaled through her. “Sorry, they told me I’d have a new kid today. Totally skipped my mind.” She flipped over the page. “Name?” “L-Leslie Hall,” she stammered. “Leslie…Hall…” she repeated quietly, writing it down. She then placed the pencil in her breast pocket and removed her sunglasses. Her eyes were a beautiful ocean green, and they crinkled at the corners as she smiled. In an instant, this teacher was friendly and had none of the hardness she had shown before. “Nice to meet you, Leslie. I’m Ms. Hawke.” She held out her hand. Leslie smiled back and shook her hand, albeit a little tentatively. “Nice to meet you too, Ms. Hawke.” The teacher looked out at the crowd. “Well, looks like everyone has their partner today. You’ll have to be mine. Hope that’s alright with you?” “Mm-hmm. I mean, yes, that’s fine, Ms. Hawke.” The teacher chuckled, throwing her a mischievous look. “Relax, kid. You’ve picked a great day for your first PE lesson.”

Rubyfruit Plus

Author: Solar Harris
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781535093835
Page: 378
View: 4759
Darren Selby just got what he deserved. He's just not ready to admit wearing skirts and heels is what he's always wanted. After a spectacularly botched booty call with his old girlfriend Ruby, Darren's also managed to cross her new roommate Hailey. An ordinary gal pal might get some revenge, but Hailey's far from ordinary... and far from human. In no time, Darren finds himself on the other side of the gender line, getting a chance to literally walk in his Ruby's shoes and see how it feels to be treated so poorly by the male sex. A simple weekend's object lesson gets thrown into overdrive when it comes to light that Hailey's from a species of reality-bending aliens with a contract on her head. When idiot bounty hunters kidnap Ruby thinking she's Hailey, Darren has no choice but to go further down the rabbit hole of his feminine side in order to join forces with Hailey and rescue Ruby. Collecting Solar Harris' wildly popular Rubyfruit Kiss serial in a single volume, this omnibus also includes an all-new story set in the aftermath of the erotic sci-fi adventure. Gender transformation. Pretty dresses. Corsets. Brain-controlling parasites. Tentacle monsters. Space bridges. Handsome aristocrats. Bikini parties. Rubyfruit Plus.

The Agony And The Ecstasy

Author: Irving Stone
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473505704
Category: Fiction
Page: 784
View: 3425
Irving Stone's powerful and passionate biographical novel of Michelangelo. His time: the turbulent Renaissance, the years of poisoning princes, warring popes, the all-powerful Medici family, the fanatic monk Savonarola. His loves: the frail and lovely daughter of Lorenzo de Medici; the ardent mistress of Marco Aldovrandi; and his last love - his greatest love - the beautiful, unhappy Vittoria Colonna. His genius: a God-driven fury from which he wrested the greatest art the world has ever known. Michelangelo Buonarotti, creator of David, painter of the Sistine ceiling, architect of the dome of St Peter's, lives once more in the tempestuous, powerful pages of Irving Stone's marvellous book.

New Perspectives in Forestry Education

Author: N.A
Publisher: World Agroforestry Centre
ISBN: 9290592214
Category: Forestry schools and education
Page: 493
View: 7119

Dictionary of Islamic Architecture

Author: Andrew Petersen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134613652
Category: Reference
Page: 352
View: 9987
The Dictionary of Islamic Architecture provides the fullest range of artistic, technical, archaeological, cultural and biographical data for the entire geographical and chronological spread of Islamic architecture - from West Africa through the Middle East to Indonesia, and from the seventh to the eighteenth centuries of the Common Era. Over 500 entries are arranged alphabetically and fully cross-referenced and indexed to permit easy access to the text and to link items of related interest. Four main categories of subject matter are explored: * dynastic and regional overviews * individual site descriptions * biographical entries * technical definitions Over 100 relevant plans, sketch maps, photographs and other illustrations complement and illuminate the entries, and the needs of the reader requiring further information are met by individual entry bibliographies.

Edinburgh 2010

Mission Then and Now
Author: David A. Kerr,Kenneth R. Ross
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1608991695
Category: Religion
Page: 368
View: 1895
The World Missionary Conference, held at Edinburgh in 1910, ranks among the most influential and widely remembered events in Christian history. Though the outcomes of the Conference have differed in many ways from the expectations of its participants, after a century its momentous significance is clearer than ever. While the missionary movement went into decline, from its work emerged a world church, with deep roots and vigorous expression on every continent. As the centenary of the Conference approaches, The time is ripe to examine its meaning in light of the past century And The questions facing Christian witness today. This book is the first to systematically examine the eight Commissions which reported to Edinburgh 1910 and gave the conference much of its substance and enduring value. it will deepen and extend the reflection being stimulated by the upcoming centenary and will kindle the missionary imagination for 2010 and beyond.

Best Transgender Erotica

Author: Raven Kaldera
Publisher: Circlet Press
ISBN: 9781885865403
Category: Fiction
Page: 224
View: 9653
A ground-breaking 'best of' collection that celebrates gender variations with erotic fiction. Featuring 20 stories by writers of every gender, this is the first book to deal exclusively with gender-bending, gender-crossing and gender-breaking sexuality through erotic fiction. Includes contributions from Thomas Roche, Simon Sheppard, M Christian, Dominic Santi, Gary Bowen and many other well-known names.

Acting Like A Woman in Modern Japan

Theater, Gender, and Nationalism
Author: Ayako Kano
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312239978
Category: Drama
Page: 336
View: 7508
Weaving together careful readings of plays and reviews, memoirs and interviews, biographies, and critical essays, Acting Like a Woman in Modern Japan traces the emergence of the first generation of modern actresses in Japan, a nation in which male actors had long dominated the public stage. What emerges is a colorful and complex picture of modern Japanese gender, theater, and nationhood. Using the lives and careers of two dominant actresses from the Meiji and Taisho eras, Ayako Kano reveals the fantasies, fears, and impact that women on stage created in Japan as it entered the 20th century.

US Armored Units in the North African and Italian Campaigns 1942–45

Author: Steven J. Zaloga
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472801547
Category: History
Page: 96
View: 5831
The Mediterranean Theater of Operations (MTO) saw the first operational deployment of US armoured divisions in World War II, and the experience proved chastening for the 1st Armored Division when it suffered defeat at the hands of Rommel's Afrika Korps at the battle of Kasserine Pass. This title covers the organization of these early US armored divisions, as well as the independent tank and tank destroyer battalions that accompanied them. It details the evolution of US armoured warfare tactics and doctrine, learned from the difficult experiences of North Africa, and illustrates how they were used elsewhere in the Mediterranean, particularly in the Italian Peninsula.

Fighting the Greater Jihad

Amadu Bamba and the Founding of the Muridiyya of Senegal, 1853–1913
Author: Cheikh Anta Babou
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 0821442570
Category: History
Page: 320
View: 9488
In Senegal, the Muridiyya, a large Islamic Sufi order, is the single most influential religious organization, including among its numbers the nation’s president. Yet little is known of this sect in the West. Drawn from a wide variety of archival, oral, and iconographic sources in Arabic, French, and Wolof, Fighting the Greater Jihad offers an astute analysis of the founding and development of the order and a biographical study of its founder, Cheikh Amadu Bamba Mbacke. Cheikh Anta Babou explores the forging of Murid identity and pedagogy around the person and initiative of Amadu Bamba as well as the continuing reconstruction of this identity by more recent followers. He makes a compelling case for reexamining the history of Muslim institutions in Africa and elsewhere in order to appreciate believers’ motivation and initiatives, especially religious culture and education, beyond the narrow confines of political collaboration and resistance. Fighting the Greater Jihad also reveals how religious power is built at the intersection of genealogy, knowledge, and spiritual force, and how this power in turn affected colonial policy. Fighting the Greater Jihad will dramatically alter the perspective from which anthropologists, historians, and political scientists study Muslim mystical orders.

Queer Japanese

Gender and Sexual Identities through Linguistic Practices
Author: H. Abe
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230106161
Category: Social Science
Page: 199
View: 1427
Abe presents a comprehensive picture of the linguistic strategies employed by Japanese sexual minorities in various social contexts, from magazine advice columns to bars to text messaging on cell phones to private homes.

Begging and almsgiving in Ghana

Muslim positions towards poverty and distress
Author: Holger Weiss
Publisher: Nordic Africa Inst
ISBN: 9789171065971
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 175
View: 5606
This study focuses on the conditions of poverty and the debate among Muslims in Ghana, a West African country with a substantial ”but largely economically and politically marginalized ”Muslim population. Most of this population views poverty is a situation for Sordinary poor people who seek to make marginal gains in income to avoid ever-threatening destitution and social disintegration. Most of these Sordinary poor people, especially poor and illiterate women, do not believe that things can change. There exists, however, a minority that criticize social and political conditions with the stated aim of striving for an Islamic solution to poverty and injustice. The common denominator for this group is that they are urban educated Muslims, having both a traditional educational background and, usually but not always, a modern, secular one, as well. For them, the concept of poverty more readily forms part of a religious discourse involving feasible strategies for change. Their basic idea is to highlight the possibilities of generating new forms of financial resources by combining Islamic ethics with a modern development-oriented outlook. Their vision is the usability of obligatory almsgiving in a modern context, namely that, instead of the traditional individual-centered Sperson-to-person charities, zakat or obligatory almsgiving should be directed to become the source of communal and collective societal improvement.

The Meanings of Timbuktu

Author: Shamil Jeppie,Souleymane Bachir Diagne
Publisher: Human Sciences Research Council
ISBN: 9780796922045
Category: History
Page: 376
View: 7132
"Salt comes from the north, gold from the south, but the word of God and the treasures of wisdom are only to be found in Timbuktu." 15th-century Malian proverb. In a joint project between South Africa and Mali, a library to preserve more than 200 000 Arabic and West African manuscripts dating from the 13th to the 19th centuries is currently under construction. It is the first official cultural project of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad), the socio-economic development plan of the African Union, and when the library is built, the cultural role of Timbuktu will be revived, as it becomes the safehaven for the treasured manuscripts. The manuscripts prove that Africa had a rich legacy of written history, long before western colonisers set foot on the continent. This volume, authored by leading international scholars, begins to sketch the 'meaning' of Timbuktu within the context of the intellectual history of West Africa, in particular, and of the African continent, in general. The book covers four broad areas: Part I provides an introduction to the region; outlines what archaeology can tell us of its history, examines the paper and various calligraphic styles used in the manuscripts; and explains how ancient institutions of scholarship functioned. Part II begins to analyse what the manuscripts can tell us of African history. Part III offers insight into the lives and works of just a few of the many scholars who achieved renown in the region and beyond. Part IV provides a glimpse into Timbuktu's libraries and private collections. Part V looks at the written legacy of the eastern half of Africa, which like that of the western region, is often ignored. A fascinating read for anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of the aura of mystique and legend that surrounds Timbuktu. The Meanings of Timbuktu strives to contextualise and clarify the importance of efforts to preserve Timbuktu's manuscripts for Mali, for Africa and for the intellectual world."--Abstract.


Japan's Revolutionary Students
Author: Stuart J. Dowsey
Publisher: Ishi Press
ISBN: 9784871870504
Category: History
Page: 284
View: 1091
What is Zengakuren? What are its aims and how important is it in Japan? Who are its members? How did it start and where is it going? The answer to these and many other questions are to be found in this timely analysis of the Japanese student movement. Tracing the origins of modern education in Japan, this book goes on to present a concise and understandable account of the history of Zengakuren. In a series of epic struggles, the students of Zengakuren have fought their way through from the "Red Purge" era of the early fifties, the anti-Security Treaty protests of 1960, to the university struggles of the late sixties. During this period the student movement has continuously developed, spawning in the process one of the most distinctive sub-cultures of post-war Japan. With 1970 a critical year in the history of Japanese protest, this book will serve as a guide to the fascinating, yet intricate, world of Zengakuren. This comprehensive analysis of the Japanese student movement was written by six students from Waseda University, one of Japan's oldest and most respected institutions. Aged between 20 and 23, they bring a freshness to their accounts of the development of Zengakuren. The only all-inclusive book on the revolutionary students of modern Japan, it deals with both actions and theory, all the while showing the underlying causes. Included is a fascinating portrait of a radical group and the student subculture that it is part of. All Japanese names are explained in a special section and the brief bibliography is for those who wish to study the subject further.

Soils and Societies

Perspectives from Environmental History
Author: John Robert McNeill,Verena Winiwarter
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781874267546
Category: History
Page: 384
View: 3625
Described in Nature as 'a delight for the soil aficionado', this multi-authored collection examines the complex interrelations between societies in different parts of the world and the soils they relied on from the perspectives of geomorphology, archaeology, pedology and history. The geographical spread includes Mesoamerica, Africa, Europe, Australia, India and Easter Island. Few things are more important to human survival than the fertility of the soils from which so much of our food comes. Yet few aspects of the relationship between human society and the environment get so little attention. This book explores some of the enormous variety in the ways that people have worked with, thought about, damaged and restored soils. It also shows some of the ways in which soils, their properties and their histories have influenced human affairs. Soils are the substrate of all human society: from the palaeolithic to the present, their history is our history