The Uncensored Massage: Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and China

The Uncensored Massage: Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and China

by P.C. Anders

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Overview

The Uncensored Massage: Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and China by P.C. Anders

The wild massage scene in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and China, is often a front, the author realizes, in this hilarious voyage of discovery that begins with a Sandwich Massage in Thailand and proceeds to massages with sexually ravenous Indonesian women and extreme sexual provocation in Vietnam and China. There are also some scenes set in Cambodia and India.

In one chapter, the book gives a detailed, soap-and-semen-drenched description of a hilarious and erotic Sandwich Massage in Thailand. Then it moves on to Indonesia, where hot women decide to defy the rules and have sex with their customers. And then to Vietnam where, Behind the No Hanky-Panky Door, a Western man keeps getting asked if he wants his "baby" massaged.

Content warning: Occasional adult language and situations. Meant for open-minded non-pc readers of both sexes with a sense of humor, though the book mostly adopts a male point of view. An appendix provides a brief and subjective consumer guide for heterosexual men.

For a more general discussion of erotic massage leading to sex, and scenes from American massage (including erotic scenes) please read the author's other book: "The Uncensored Massage Book: Massage and Sex in America and Elsewhere."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011545641
Publisher: P.C. Anders
Publication date: 10/12/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 221 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Author of a wide variety of books, P.C. (Peter) Anders is also an aficionado of massage, and has experienced massage in 20 countries around the globe. Influenced by authors such as Henry Miller, Vladimir Nabokov, Charles Bukowski, Michel Houellebecq, and Philip Roth, his books tend to be uninhibited, lighthearted, honest, human, affectionate, sexy, and funny, often playing with words, language, ideas, and with the rules laid down by the language police and the p.c. police. He agrees with Mark Twain, who wrote: "Nature knows no indecencies. Man invents them." He believes that massage is a humanizing force, a force for peace, and that "the simple desire to reach out and touch someone" (Houellebecq) and to be touched is a deeply human instinct that will, in addition, make us a more peaceful planet.

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