Linda Jaivin gets a spanking as she interviews the manager of an S&M club. She steps into a kickboxing ring, and wears a penis for a week to find out how it feels to be a man. 'When I'm writing non-fiction,' she says, 'I tend to get into character.'
In her hilarious and outrageous book, the author of Eat Me, Miles Walker, You're Dead and Rock n Roll Babes from Outer Space describes the effects of PMT and tells the terrifying story of her friend the axe murderer. She reveals why she loves younger men and why sex makes her laugh. She takes us backstage at a Beijing rock concert, explores the secretive world of Chinese gays and lesbians, and gives an astonishing account of what happened the night the tanks rolled in to Tiananmen Square.
In Confessions of an S&M Virgin, Jaivin will tie you to your chair and make you laugh and cry and laugh again.
'Jaivin approaches communist China and penises with the same determined irreverence...the writing is excellent, her mix of humorous observation and hard facts perfect.' Weekend Australian
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