Enema Stories Volume 2 [NOOK Book]

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Enemas and medical exams are often routine chores to be dealt with and forgotten, but they also put us in situations that are unpleasant, emotional, and unforgettable. Enema Stories Volume 2 continues in the same tradition as the original book and brings stories with historical settings from medical practice in the middle ages, to the 1950's, and to modern day therapies.
If you are one of the many people that experienced fear going to the doctor and that fear became curiosity ...
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Enema Stories Volume 2

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Overview

Enemas and medical exams are often routine chores to be dealt with and forgotten, but they also put us in situations that are unpleasant, emotional, and unforgettable. Enema Stories Volume 2 continues in the same tradition as the original book and brings stories with historical settings from medical practice in the middle ages, to the 1950's, and to modern day therapies.
If you are one of the many people that experienced fear going to the doctor and that fear became curiosity over the years, you will find this book to be fascinating. This well written and well researched book brings you a side of medical fetishism that you may have never experienced before, or perhaps longed to experience again.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014980777
  • Publisher: T.C. Stonefox
  • Publication date: 7/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 399,115
  • File size: 542 KB

Meet the Author

Personal accounts of medical experiences have intrigued me since high school. We all grew up with a fear of going to the doctor even though they would cure our sickness and make us feel better. But it often meant an embarrassing rectal temperature, or getting a shot in your bottom. Back in the 1950's it was also common to get enemas. Most of the time these would be for medicinal reasons, but sometimes in conjunction with spanking as punishment. Fortunately this didn't happen to me, but it certainly was common for kids to be spanked.
I began writing spanking stories in my 20's long before there were word processors. While most of my stories are strictly from my imagination, some of them are embellishments of spankings that I was aware of in my neighborhood or at school. This was back in the 1950's and 1960's when it was common for parents to spank (although mine didn't) and for schools to use corporal punishment.
As I became older I researched corporal punishment around the world and broadened my knowledge so that I was able to write stories that were beyond my own experience.
In the age of the internet, people are now being able to anonymously share their experiences growing up and I will be able to draw on those interviews to continue to write a second volume of Spanking Stories.
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  • Posted July 22, 2012

    Very Interesting Book!

    As soon as I saw that T. C. Stonefox had come out with a new book of enema stories, I had to purchase it. The first one was great and this one was even better. The book starts off with an account of growing up in the 1950's where the use of enemas was common and given for almost any reason. It was a fascinating account of one person's experiences growing up. If you are of that age, this was worth reading just by itself.
    One of my favorite stories was set in the same time period when enemas were a ritual that occurred on a regular basis. Staying at My Cousin's tells the story of a boy and his mom who stay with his aunt, uncle, and cousins for the summer and experience farm life which is vastly different from the city experience that he was used to.
    We all remember the terror of going to the doctor only to end up face down on the exam table getting a shot in our bottom. This book is peppered with such scenes. T.C. Stonefox is great at writing about how it feels to be in that position.
    Having to submit to a medical procedure, whether it is a proctoscope exam, an injection, or an enema, can be very embarrassing to experience, but it makes for a fascinating book. Anyone who is interested in medical fetishism has to buy this.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012

    I liked this book. It was interesting to read. I had no idea t

    I liked this book. It was interesting to read. I had no idea that I wasn't the only one to find this kind of stuff erotic. Thanks!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 23, 2012

    This book is even better than the original Enema Stories by T. C

    This book is even better than the original Enema Stories by T. C. Stonefox. I had the unfortunate experience of having a proctoscope exam many years ago and it was very similar to Brenda Hockensmith's Proctoscope Exam, one of the stories in this book. It very much expressed the same feelings that I had while going through the preparation and the procedure. I really recommend this book for anyone that is not only interested in enema stories, but medical fetish and even spanking literature.

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