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  • Author:
    Christopher Pierce,Rachel Kramer Bussel
  • ISBN:
    1555839614
  • ISBN13:
    978-1555839611
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  • Publisher:
    Alyson Books (July 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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    Short Stories & Anthologies
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She is the coauthor of The Lesbian Sex Book and a sex columnist for The Village Voice. She lives in New York City. Most of the works were based around general underwear, even a lot of the f/f stories were biased this way. I would say the ones that really focused on the lingerie garments were "Burlesque and Answered Prayers", "French Cut", "On the Bias" and "Panty Play" to a degree. Nine to Five" really didn't have much to do with lingerie as it had to do with stockings specifically.

Time to lay bare the truths hidden beneath your clothes. Does his underwear bulge in all the right places? Does her teddy make you want to do anything but sleep? Do his boxers tell a story about what he'll do to you in bed? Is her lingerie enough to land her any girl in the room?

Time to lay bare the truths hidden beneath your clothes. Does his underwear bulge in all the right places? Does her teddy make you want to do anything but sleep? Do his boxers tell a story about what he'll do to you in bed? Is her lingerie enough to land her any girl in the room? Here are 30 sexy panty play stories that won't disappoint.

I have read all the books in the Chest so far and Sexiest Soles: Erotic Stories About Feet and Shoes is a great addition to the series.

She is the coauthor of The Lesbian Sex Book and a sex columnist for The Village Voice. Visit her Web site at ww. achelkramerbussel. Series: The Fetish Chest. I have read all the books in the Chest so far and Sexiest Soles: Erotic Stories About Feet and Shoes is a great addition to the series.

Sexy Playtime everything you need to enhance your sexy playtime.

The Mammoth Book of Urban Erotic Confessions. The Mammoth Book of Women's Erotic Fantasies.

CHRISTOPHER PIERCE is the author of the novel Rogue: Slave, published by StarBooks . The second book in the Rogue Sequence is forthcoming.

CHRISTOPHER PIERCE is the author of the novel Rogue: Slave, published by StarBooks Press. His erotic fiction has been published in more than twenty-five anthologies, including Ultimate Gay Erotica 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008.

They want strangers bearing ice cubes on a hot day and to be the party favor passed around among guests. They want sex at the office and in the great outdoors and on trains and airplanes

Christopher Pierce is the author of the novel Rogue: Slave and its sequel Rogue: Hunted, both for StarBooks Press.

Christopher Pierce is the author of the novel Rogue: Slave and its sequel Rogue: Hunted, both for StarBooks Press. His short fiction has been published in thirty anthologies, including Surfer Boys, Leathermen (both Cleis Press) and Ultimate Gay Erotica 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 (Alyson).

Rachel Kramer Bussel, Christopher Pierce immobilized. Whether it’s the initial flush of a length of rope on your wrist, the securing of a blindfold over your eyes, or that first crack of a whip, this dangerous collection of fetish erotica will unleash an inner lust never before imagined. Kinkier than any dreams, and bound to make you tremble, Secret Slaves demands you submit to your every whim. Welcome to. THE FETISH CHEST. It’s that secret place you go to unleash your inner fantasy and indulge your wildest dreams

Savor the sensual feel of frilly panties...tighty whities...nylon pantyhose...satin bras...dirty boxers. Whether it’s soft cotton against hard steel, the arousing scent of damp underwear, or the caress of a lover’s briefs, this surprising collection of fetish erotica will entice you as much as shock you. Sexier than nudity, and far more daring than your thoughts, Ultimate Undies is your fantasy come true.

Welcome to

THE FETISH CHEST...

It’s that secret place you go to unleash your inner fantasy and indulge your wildest dreams. It’s that hidden place where your hungers are satiated, and your obsessions are fulfilled. It’s that forbidden place where gender is transcended and sexuality has no limits. Unlock the chest, and live your fetish.

WHERE NOTHING IS TABOO


Unereel
I picked this up when flipping through the index of authors and spotted Radclyffe whose prose is always enjoyable - and this short story has to be the hottest I have ever read by her. Not to be missed!

There are quite a few fun stories (32 in all) including those by Rachel Kramer Bussel, Jay Starre, Kristina Wright, Lynne Jamneck and Alison Tyler.
WOGY
Okay, I should start this off with the statement that I am straight. Personally, I don't care about a person's preference and I know that people other than my specific preference enjoy underwear and lingerie. Personally, I consider myself quite the connoisseur of such things as lingerie, because I love seeing it on a woman. My girlfriend and I have a wonderful collection. It's incredibly alluring and can be quite exotic depending on what is worn. So when I saw this particular book in my recommendation list I thought it really catered to something that would interest me and I could identify with. Unfortunately what I found was an incredibly biased book towards m/m and f/f (even less towards this) crowd. Not that this is a bad thing for them, but it doesn't have much of anything for straight people. Since this book seems to be advertised towards equal footing, I thought it wouldn't be this strikingly biased. I know this book has gotten rave reviews, but being a man of mathematics, they just don't lie. Here's a breakdown of the stories in the book and where they stand.

Panty-of-the-Month Club f/f 3 pages
Sniff Test m/m 9 pages
Choices m/f 6 pages
The Elephant Jock m/m 9 pages
White T f/f 6 pages
Cross-Dressing Confession m(cross)/f 4 pages
Your Gift to Me f/f 5 pages
A Storm of Me m(solo)/(fantasy)m 5 pages
Practice Makes Perfect f/m 7 pages
Brief Encounter m/m 9 pages
Things Between f/f 8 pages
Burlesque and Answered Prayers f/f 8 pages
Nine to Five femDom/m 11 pages
Student Body m/f 8 pages
Surprise Package f/f(cross) 6 pages
The Wash Line m/m 8 pages
Designer Fantasies f/f 6 pages
Thong Appeal m/f 7 pages
The Banana Dash m/m 13 pages
Signet and Silk m/m 5 pages
Dirty Little Boxer Boy m/m 10 pages
Never Take it Off f-cross/f 4 pages
The Politics of Gray m/m 10 pages
Whose Panties? f/m-cross 4 pages
French Cut m/f 7 pages
On the Bias f/f 9 pages
Fate and Gravity m/m 19 pages
Panty Play m/f 7 pages
The Ol'Bada Bing m/m 7 pages
A Graceful Revelation f/f 9 pages
Jock Bait: A Spike the Skaterpunk Story m/m 8 pages

I know... it looks decently balanced as you work through the list, but when you break down in terms of percents the stories are weighted towards m/m. I left out the two introductory pieces and focused solely on the stories. Here's what I found in terms of percent.

m/m = 12 or 38.71%
f/f = 10 or 32.26%
f/m = 9 or 29.03%
Total: 31 or 100%

So even looking at that chart it doesn't really seem that bad. Yeah it's weighted, but not by a huge difference. But as I was reading this I got the feeling it was weighted towards m/m a lot more. So it felt like the story total was a bit skewed in this calculation, so I decided to present a chart based on page number! Boy did I get different results (again, not including introductions):

m/m = 112 or 54.11%
f/f = 64 or 30.92%
f/m = 31 or 14.98%
Total: 207 or 100%

As you can see when you look at the amount of pages spent on m/m versus m/f there's an absolutely huge divide. Even for f/f, you don't have very much going for you here. I consider myself a man of equality and where there's only 14% of this book for me to really identify with, I can't help but think I'm strikingly in the minority here. Granted if you're a bi male you've really got a good chunk of this book to enjoy, but if you're a bi female that's only 45.89% of a book for you to enjoy.

Most of the stories are written from a first person perspective. This is probably so the reader will feel like they are doing the actions in the book. While this writing style does have its merits, by the end of the book I was sort of tired of this style and did want something different. Maybe it's my literary interest, but I do understand why it was written in this fashion.

Also I was quite surprised to see that there wasn't much of a focus on actual lingerie in this book. Most of the works were based around general underwear, even a lot of the f/f stories were biased this way. I would say the ones that really focused on the lingerie garments were "Burlesque and Answered Prayers", "French Cut", "On the Bias" and "Panty Play" to a degree. "Nine to Five" really didn't have much to do with lingerie as it had to do with stockings specifically. Granted lingerie is a rather all encompassing term these days, but I didn't see this story fit as much as others into the criteria. Although it was an interesting story and I did enjoy the ending. Even in the stories where the men were crossing and wearing panties the garment felt like a background item, not a major player in the stories. It was just as if the characters were doing it, but that's all... nothing special about it. Though I seriously have to commend this book for stepping over that bound and presenting men in that light, especially as being straight. The concept of a male wearing women's under things is usually a misnomer for a preference for other men. When most people don't grasp the fact that if you're a man and want men, you tend to like male things, not womanly things. Are there exceptions to this rule? Of course, but a majority of these people are quite straight. So, I must say I enjoyed this particular accuracy in the stories.

The weirdest story in this book is by far "Storm of Me". It's about a guy in space by himself and all the things that happen with zero gravity. I'm sure you can get the picture. It was just a bizarre story. The other part that was kind of frustrating when I was reading was whenever there were stories of f/f where females cross dressed, like in "Surprise Package". For a while I thought they were m/f stories, but then halfway through the gender switches on one person and that was just confusing. For a while I even thought the person was a she/he. In "Never Take it Off" I'm still not sure what the gender of the second person in the story is. I think the stories should have been broken down by what was in them on their title pages so readers knew what to expect. Otherwise this manner of writing was incredibly confusing. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume that most people don't find gender confusion much of a preference. Granted this kind of story was in the minority so maybe they were trying to cater to such an interest, I'm sure it's out there!

So, overall would I recommend this book? No, considering it's advertised as having something for everyone, it just doesn't balance out nicely. Even if you are into m/m, you only have about half the book to read, so why would you buy it? Some of the stories were quite excellent, as I've said, but they're just so far in the background against this entire book that I can't help but feel somewhat cheated for my time and money. Eventually I started skipping stories that were m/m because I knew the book was heavily weighted that way. At a cover price of fifteen dollars, I can't figure out how that's justified. When I can purchase a regular novel for eight dollars and have more to do with lingerie in it! Frankly, I think these people should have released maybe three different books focusing solely on each sequence and then released them at a reduced price. Granted the m/f stories probably would be cut out entirely because there isn't enough page count to justify having a book published.
Utchanat
I can't begin to tell you what fun this book is! I've read Rachel Kramer Bussel's work before, and she did a fantastic job editing these wonderfully creative stories. All the writers have a different quality about them. In short, I was immediately engaged by the first story.

Even if you don't have an undies fetish per se, this is still a must-read! It's not only funny and smart, it has an undertone of very touching elements. But, if you do indulge in a panties fetish then this book is totally for you! Whether you're into tightie whities or lacy underwear, this book has everything covered, and then some.

If reading outside of the box interests you, then what are you waiting for? Check out Ultimate Undies!
Hǻrley Quinn
I purchased this book, because it involved two of my favorite things, Undies, and Rachel Kramer Bussel. The only time I was disappointed while reading it was when I got to the very last page. Like I stated it was hard to put down, and impossible not to love. The whole book was exciting, and well written. Kudos to the wonderfully sexy, adorable Rachel Kramer Bussel for putting this great treasure together for our reading pleasure. The only problem is, now I seem to have caught the bug for exploring a couple new fetishes that I really did have much interest in before reading Ultimate Undies.
breakingthesystem
I'm very new to the Erotic stories, but an avid read of Rachel's fabulously titilating Lusty Lady column in the Village Voice. So, I bought her books. Can I tell you..these stories are sooo exciting, and deliciously erousing that I've started to day dream about them while at work, on the way home from work, while washing the dishing, and especially at night.
Feri
This was a great way for me to introduce my pecadillos to my lover in an approachable manner. It also spiced up our love life! Very titilating on its own too! I highly recommend it for both those who are new to this "genre" or otherwise well-versed.
Qudanilyr
As a veteran of Rachel Kramer Bussel's In the Flesh Reading series, I have to say her anthologies are just as smoking. Good work!