The Vibrator Site
This book is a collection of the author's thoughts about the humanity-endangering disease, the HI Virus (HIV), which is generally believed to be the cause of the Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome, (AIDS). The poems are presented in terms of everyday experiences, and issues with which the general public can easily relate. It makes use of easy-to-understand words to bring home the reality of the disease, and the need to take precautions. It goes beyond playing games and politics. It goes beyond the belief that it is an intention to scare and discourage young people from having intimate sexual relationships before marriage. Spread the word, not the disease.
Describes how to protect yourself from being intimidated or conned into sex by knowing how to...- Stay safe in chat rooms. - Set healthy friendship and dating boundaries. - Distinguish "sweet talk" from language lies. - Recognize when you are being "played." - Avoid situations that encourage unhealthy sexual boundaries. - Be smart and successful in every relationship.
Naive young Kate will do anything to make James happy. She'll even put up with another woman on their honeymoon - such as Lucinda, her husband's voluptuous literary agent. James and Lucinda have devised a plan to create a bestseller. Inspired by The Story of O, the French erotic masterpiece, their scheme requires the slow initiation of a sexual innocent. Kate's gradual degradation and sexual submission to her master's whims is to be the centrepiece of a new literary sensation. But there's one problem. Suppose their victim does not choose to resist?
Corey Feldman is a writer of Children's Books and Speculative Fiction. Corey lives in the DC Metro area with his two children. He has a Children's series called Egret the Elephant about a 5 year old elephant who loves to dance, the moon, and her family. His speculative fiction novelette The Sexton and the Reaper is an Urban Fantasy novelette with ghosts, soul collectors, angels, and mysticism. It is a tale of friendship, love and the afterlife.
In this timely new book, Christopher Paul analyzes how the words we use to talk about video games and the structures that are produced within games shape a particular way of gaming by focusing on how games create meaning, lead to identification and division, persuade, and circulate ideas. Paul examines the broader social discourse about gaming, including: the way players are socialized into games; the impact of the lingering association of video games as kid's toys; the dynamics within specific games (including Grand Theft Auto and EA Sports Games); and the ways in which players participate in shaping the discourse of games, demonstrated through examples like the reward system of World of Warcraft and the development of theorycraft. Overall, this book illustrates how video games are shaped by words, design and play; all of which are negotiated, ongoing practices among the designers, players, and society that construct the discourse of video games.
The Vibrator Site Articles
The Vibrator Site Books
The Vibrator Site