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Marital Duty

Author: Ingrid Hahn
Publisher: Loose Id
ISBN: 1682524434
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Marital duty has never been so satisfying... Each morning while pretending to be asleep, Evaline St. John, Lady Kingston, submits to her husband's attentions. She can never dare admit she yearns for more...until her friend Selina, Lady Beaumont, initiates a conversation about what she does with her own husband in the bedroom. But Selina is bored with her intimate life and suggests that she and Evaline seduce their husbands. She will begin while Evaline will hide in the bedroom to watch. Evaline and Selina do more than make a pact, however. They give in to unspeakable desires and soon they are exploring each other's bodies as they always dreamed. When Evaline is forced to confess her misdeeds to her husband, Lord Kingston, he is shocked, but also aroused. The admission changes everything he believed about his wife--for the better. Now, whatever Evaline demands, he happily delivers. Evaline and Selina realize they are falling in love--with each other--yet they still love their husbands. What are the two women to do? When Selina's husband catches all of them together in bed, he flies into a jealous rage and forbids them from ever seeing each other again. Now, it's up to Lord Kingston to issue the ultimatum to Beaumont: come to their bed or lose them forever. Kingston must show his former friend that he has nothing to fear...and everything to gain.

Marital Bliss

Author: Davison Kanokanga
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781467019859
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THIS BOOK IS FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE. IT COVERS SUCH AREAS AS LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIPS, THIEVES OF MARITAL JOY, HARD HEARTS IN MARRIAGE, MARITAL BLISS, JOB DESCRIPTION IN THE HOME, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND BEDROOM ETIQUETTE. THIS IS AN INFORMATIVE, EDUCATIVE AND INSPIRING PIECE OF WORK. IF YOU ARE STILL SINGLE, THIS BOOK WILL HELP YOU BECOME A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR MARRIAGE. IN ADDITION TO BEING A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR MARRIAGE, YOU WILL ALSO KNOW WHAT CHARACTERS YOU SHOULD NEVER CONSIDER FOR MARRIAGE. IF YOU ARE ALREADY MARRIED, THIS BOOK WILL BREATH LIFE INTO YOUR MARRIAGE. IT WILL INSPIRE YOU TO HAVE AN EXCITING, BLISSFUL AND FULFILLING MARRIAGE. YOU SIMPLY CANNOT AFFORD TO IGNORE THIS BOOK. BUY YOURSELF A COPY NOW!!!

Marital Cruelty In Antebellum America

Author: Robin C. Sager
Publisher: LSU Press
ISBN: 0807163112
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In Marital Cruelty in Antebellum America, Robin C. Sager probes the struggles of aggrieved spouses shedding light on the nature of marriage and violence in the United States in the decades prior to the Civil War. Analyzing over 1,500 divorce records that reveal intimate details of marriages in conflict in Virginia, Texas, and Wisconsin from 1840--1860, Sager offers a rare glimpse into the private lives of ordinary Americans shaken by accusations of cruelty. At a time when the standard for an ideal marriage held that both partners adequately perform their respective duties, hostility often arose from ongoing domestic struggles for power. Despite a rise in the then novel expectation of marriage as a companionate relationship, and even in the face of liberalized divorce grounds, marital conflicts often focused on violations of duty, not lack of love. Sager describes how, in this environment, cruelty was understood as a failure to fulfill expectations and as a weapon to brutally enforce more traditional interpretations of marital duty. Sager's findings also challenge historical literature's assumptions about the regional influences on violence, showing that married southerners were no more or less violent than their midwestern counterparts. Her work reveals how definitions and perceptions of cruelty varied according to the gender of victim and perpetrator. Correcting historical mischaracterizations of women's violence as trivial, rare, or defensive, Sager finds antebellum wives both capable and willing to commit a wide variety of cruelties within their marriages. Her research provides details about the reality of nineteenth-century conjugal unions, including the deep unhappiness buried within them.

Marital Relations In Ancient Judaism

Author: Étan Levine
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447058681
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This volume surveys the legal and literary references to gender, sexuality and marital relations found in biblical sources and Rabbinic texts until the end of the Tamudic era (c. 600 C.E.). Subject areas include Israel's familial historiography, kinship and law in biblical Israel, gender and status, judicial review of law, divine covenant and marriage covenant, conditions mandating divorce, monogamous and polygamous marriage, levirate surrogate marriage, endogamy and exogamy, marital choice, marriage and reproduction as religious imperatives, the home as a ?small temple', the marital writ for ontological security, emotional fidelity, the validation of eroticism, love's body: idealization and aesthetics, denial of sexual responsibility as Judaism's original sin, sexuality and dignity, conjugal rights and responsibilities, fertility and infertility, contraception and abortion, erotic and reproductive techniques, menstruation: The time to refrain from embracing, the suspected adulteress, children and eternity.

Bodies Sex And Desire From The Renaissance To The Present

Author: Kate Fisher
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230354122
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An examination of how bodies and sexualities have been constructed, categorised, represented, diagnosed, experienced and subverted from the fifteenth to the early twenty-first century. It draws attention to continuities in thinking about bodies and sex: concept may have changed, but hey nevertheless draw on older ideas and language.