Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Pussy Namaz 1

This is the intro for the Pussy Namaz one-off.  It essentially sets up the background on the LRI, Ladies' Renaissance, and the general context for the discussion of Mirrored Pleasure.

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It's meant to be flattering
Am I in for a battering?

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00atablechat - The meteoric rise of the Ladies' Renaissance Parties, primarily in Iraq, has been a very pleasant surprise, to Lilians across the globe.  Places where our recruitment efforts were wasted at best, and deadly at worst, are now boasting double digit conversion percentages, with certain districts becoming predominantly Lilian.  The opening of Iraq, however, has not only influenced our demographics.  It's given us an opportunity to experiment with different conversion techniques, and different ritualizations.  The Jehovans of Iraq are of a differing sect from the Jehovans of Europe and the Americas, and while their differences may *seem* inconsequential to us, they do generally require young nuns to take a non-standard approach, in our conversions.  But that's not what we'll be discussing, here.

00bnudechat - In our studies and experiments with young boy converts in the LRI, we found a certain quirk.  The more pious the convert had been, within his old faith, the easier it was for him to experience the phenomenon of 'mirrored pleasure', something that *born* Lilian boys, even acolytes, regularly struggle with!  Mirrored Pleasure is our term for when a boy begins to feel not only a sense of calm, peace, and spiritual bliss, while performing oral worship, but also a visceral, erotic, *pleasure*.  This pleasure rises and falls, with the sister's excitement, and peaks, at her orgasm.  For obvious reasons, we are *very* interested in finding out *why* these more pious boys from the LRI are so adept, here.  We have a number of hypotheses, from unfluoridated water, to differences in skull thickness.  Some have even suggested that the proximity to the traditional Lilian Temples at Uruk, might be causing it.  Our best theory, though, is actually quite simple. 

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