Item #53121 THE SOCIETY. Thurston McNeice.


Paris & Hamburg [London]: Collectors Press, [1960s]. Perfect-bound with photographic wrappers, side-stapled and bound with cloth tape. Light shelfwear. Very good.

Item #53121

Approx. 6.5 x 8". 60pp. [+ 7 illustrations]. A "Soho typescript," or "Soho bible" - pornographic fiction, mimeographed from typescript, text printed on one side only, with illustrations (photostats) bound in. Cover is an illustration on photographic paper. Printed clandestinely and sold "under the counter" in pornography's great time-honored tradition. Synopsis: Women in debt, fearing discovery by their husbands, are forced to enter into bizarre agreements with The Society that pays their debts. They soon find themselves in some unusual situations with The Society's upper-class clients. The cover image - a gagged and bound woman with a butt plug up her ass straddles one man while a woman goes down on her; the bound woman's hair is being pulled by a masked man in a rubber suit as he whips her, and another man watches - pretty much says it all. But not quite. First lines read: "'Do you think I might come in for a moment' 'Well, er... yes, if you... must. But I don't quite understand.."

Price: $250.00