Khan Tusion, Melissa Lauren and friends team up to put the porn industry's hottest performers through the most intense sexual experiences of their lives! For adults only! Skip to main content. Currently unavailable.
Books on Clubs and Societies as Social Groups
Hellfire Club - Wikipedia
Title: Hellfire Sex Video Unlike the soft-core fetish video genre thousands of "adventures" of damsels in distress, usually doing little more than posing , the XXX counterpart is pure gonzo. Melissa Lauren, before getting breast implants and going glamorous in Marc Dorcel features, is a convincing dominatrix in this distasteful exercise, far closer to Max Hardcore crap than stimulating erotica. In five segments she abuses females, often bringing in some stud to finish off the girl. Audrey Hollander, the curly-haired redhead Adult icon, is perhaps the least inhibited, featuring in the finale taking her beating from Melissa and at one point squirting a white liquid out of her pussy, typical of the "prime the pump" phoniness of the whole Squirting sub- genre.
The first authoritative account of the Hell-Fire Clubs, who joined them, and which notorious legends about them are true The Hell-Fire Clubs scandalized eighteenth-century English society. Rumors of their orgies, recruitment of prostitutes, extensive libraries of erotica, extreme rituals, and initiation ceremonies circulated widely at the time, only to become more sensational as generations passed. This thoroughly researched book sets aside the exaggerated gossip about the secret Hell-Fire Clubs and brings to light the first accurate portrait of their membership including John Wilkes, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and the Prince of Wales , beliefs, activities, and the reasons for their proliferation, first in the British Isles and later in America, possibly under the auspices of Benjamin Franklin. Hell-Fire Clubs operated under a variety of titles, but all attracted similar members—mainly upper-class men with abundant leisure and the desire to shock society. The book explores the social and economic context in which the clubs emerged and flourished; their various phases, which first involved violence as an assertion of masculinity, then religious blasphemy, and later sexual indulgence; and the countermovement that eventually suppressed them.