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The Room (Allen and Allie Sex Adventures Part 2)

Part II in the Allen and Allie Sex Adventures

Allen and Allie are a sexy married couple still wild for each other after 15 years of marriage. In Part I, Beginnings (Allen and Allie Sex Adventures), Allen has finished the room he made for Allie. Come share in Allie’s surprise and pleasure as Allen makes one of her fantasies become a reality. EXPLICIT SEX! F/F/F M/F/M M/F ADULTS ONLY!

Source: http://wordswithbooks.com/room-allen-and-allie-sex-adventures-part-2

Trash: A Queer Film Classic

“This series will be a significant, valuable contribution to the history and literature of gay cinema. Each of these works will be valuable additions for academic and popular students of film and gay culture.”—Library Journal

Trash, one of three inaugural titles in Arsenal Pulp Press’ new film book series Queer Film Classics, delves into the legendary 1970 film that was arguably the greatest collaboration between director Paul Morrissey and producer Andy Warhol.

The film Trash is a down-and-out domestic melodrama about a decidedly eccentric couple: Joe, an impotent junkie (played by Warhol film regular Joe Dallesandro), and Holly, Joe’s feisty and sexually frustrated girlfriend (played by trans Warhol superstar Holly Woodlawn). Joe is the hunky yet passive center around whom proud Holly orbits; while Morrissey intended to show that “there’s no difference between a person using drugs and a piece of refuse,” Woodlawn’s incredible turn reverses his logic: she makes trash as precious as human beings.

The book examines the film in the context of Morrissey and Warhol’s legendary partnership, with a special focus on Woodlawn’s acclaimed performance: a glorious embodiment of “trash” and glamour that was so stunning, director George Cukor led a campaign (albeit unsuccessful) to win her an Oscar nomination.

Jon Davies is a curator and critic based in Toronto. He is the assistant curator of public programs at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.

The Queer Film Classics series, starting this fall, consists of critical yet populist monographs on classic films of interest to LGBT audiences written by esteemed film scholars and critics.

Source: http://wordswithbooks.com/trash-queer-film-classic

The New Complete International Jewish Cookbook

An internationally renowned authority on food and wine, Evelyn Rose celebrates the very best of Jewish home cooking. With a special selection of vegetarian recipes and a wealth of information, advice, hints, and tips, this truly encyclopedic work will prove indispensable to both the experienced cook and the newcomer alike.

Source: http://wordswithbooks.com/new-complete-international-jewish-cookbook

Business: Its Legal, Ethical, and Global Environment

BUSINESS: ITS LEGAL, ETHICAL AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT offers the most integrated approach to Legal Environment on the market – thoroughly exploring the intersection of law, business strategy, and ethics illustrated by emphasizing applications (nearly 300 real-world applications throughout the text). In addition to a providing very thorough coverage of the law, the book consistently applies legal concepts within a business context through a wealth of pedagogical devices, demonstrating to students on nearly every page the clear relevance of the material to issues they will face in the real world. This text fulfills current curricular and AACSB accrediting standards.

Source: http://wordswithbooks.com/business-its-legal-ethical-and-global-environment

Can We Do That!: Outrageous PR Stunts That Work and Why Your Company Needs Them

This fun and friendly book looks at real-life PR stunts that will blow your mind and inspire you to develop innovative and creative ways to get your company noticed. PR guru Peter Shankman chronicles the most ridiculous, outrageous, and possibly crazy PR stunts of all time–explaining why some work and others don’t. This is a funny, insightful guide to winning the PR game.

Source: http://wordswithbooks.com/can-we-do-outrageous-pr-stunts-work-and-why-your-company-needs-them