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Return to Book Page. Preview — Lady Pokingham by Anonymous. Lady Pokingham recounts the life of Beatrice, a headstrong and inquisitive young woman who delights in nothing more than giving over all her senses in being gamahuched, tribbed, taken, dominated, and chastised by man and woman in like manner. But it is in being married to Lord Crim-Con that she will experience the kind of sexual awakening that her experiences thus far had o Lady Pokingham recounts the life of Beatrice, a headstrong and inquisitive young woman who delights in nothing more than giving over all her senses in being gamahuched, tribbed, taken, dominated, and chastised by man and woman in like manner.
But it is in being married to Lord Crim-Con that she will experience the kind of sexual awakening that her experiences thus far had only eluded to. This rake of educates our heroin in many a manner of deed and device all the while crying out the most licentious of obscenities to her. Sharing her with friends, acquaintances and servant, Lord Crim-Con succeeds in corrupting Beatrice further as she partakes in menage-a-trois and much more.
This is perhaps one of the more uncompromising tales to come from the pages of the notorious Victorian Erotic periodical The Pearl , anonymously written and published by William Lazenby between , and will sure to shock and delight in equal measure readers now as it did over one-hundred years ago.
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The Pearl/Volume 8/Lady Pokingham, or They All Do It.
He hastily wrote the assignation on his tablets, and we made haste to return to the saloons from which we had been absent quite twenty minutes. A little while after, as I was sitting by the side of Alice, whispering my adventure in her ear, Lady Montairy, to whom I had previously been introduced, came and seated herself by my side. You had quite a lover's tete-a-tete. She was speechless with surprise, her eyes fairly started with affright, and I hastened to reassure her, "I'm your friend, dear Lady Montairy, your secret is safe with me, and I hope you will not make any remarks in connection with myself and Lothair. She squeezed my hand nervously, and asked, "Do you remember Fred's birthday? I was not there, but my brother Bertram was with his cousins the Vavasours, and passed as their brother Charlie, who happened to be too ill to go with them.
Lady Pokingham (The Pearl , Vol 1)
The kissing ceremony was over, and then Alice told him he had yet another little penance to perform before he could be admitted to full rights of membership, pointing to a fine "Berkeley Horse," which was being wheeled into the centre of the drawing-room, a thing something like a common pair of steps, only covered with red baize, and provided with a cushioned footboard for the victim to stand on, whilst his hands were well stretched above his head, so as to only allow of his standing on tiptoe. Lothair in his simple ignorance stepped up gallantly and was instantly secured by his wrists to the topmost rings of the horse. Aldegonde, grinning with delight, tightened the cords unmercifully, making Lothair expostulate with him at the painful tension. Aldegonde, "don't cry out before you're hurt. Wait until you feel the rods tickle and warm your posteriors, it will do you good, as it did me; it's the most invigorating thing in the world; ask Bertha if I did not give her all she required that night.
Lady Pokingham: Or; They All Do It