The Boxes

The Boxes

by Helen J Perry

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The Boxes by Helen J Perry

Excerpt: " that point in history when women wanted to buy sexual services in the same way that they bought groceries. Not online, click and collect or home delivery, although those methods were increasingly popular. The concept of supermarket-style instant gratification at a budget price spoke to women everywhere.
“For less than the price of a good lunch you can simply lie back and enjoy.”
Most women would happily skip lunch once or twice a week in order to have an orgasm in a box. This allowed them to have their physical desires met without the tiresome requirement of finding a willing partner..."

The authors like to think about female sexuality in a far future context and this quick read contains one of their many ideas.
If women paid for sex,
WHAT IF there were budget brothels for women, alongside budget grocery stores?

Originally published in a charity anthology under the title of On The Job Training.
This is a very short story of 3,500 words.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152364323
Publisher: Helen J Perry
Publication date: 09/20/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 307,030
File size: 70 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Helen J Perry is a 50 years old English writer of erotic fiction. She has been writing fiction, comedy and non-fiction for many years and in 2014 decided to make her sexy stories available. Helen has high standards. As the end of 2014 draws near many of her stories are still to go through a final edit, she promises about 10 titles are almost but not quite ready. Helen draws inspiration from a life rich with experience. She likes to imagine situations that are consensual and fun, without the emotional complications of substantial relationships. Her stories can be about lesbian, gay and straight sex, possibly forbidden or taboo, often featuring encounters between groups of friends and strangers. She considers herself a feminist and likes to write about assertive women who are in control of their sexual experiences. She also likes to imagine her characters are near her own age and is deliberately ambiguous about ages in her writing so that the reader can use their own imagination. Two features you will often encounter in her stories are unexpected twists in the plot, perhaps things are not all that they seem, and a fair dose of humour. She is British and lives at an English seaside town with a broadminded man and their children.

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