This book tells you everything you need to know, courtesy of the world's only major female PUA (pick-up artist), Kezia Noble! Unknown until a couple of years ago, Kezia was approached by the organisers to attend a PUA class meeting.
Author: Kezia Noble
Publisher: Kings Road Publishing
Have you ever dreamt of becoming an infallible seducer of women? This book tells you everything you need to know, courtesy of the world's only major female PUA (pick-up artist), Kezia Noble! Unknown until a couple of years ago, Kezia was approached by the organisers to attend a PUA class meeting. She gave it to the other attendees straight, not caring if she offended anyone; the men took it on the chin and took her constructive criticisms on board. Within days and weeks they were trying out her suggested techniques and starting to become more successful with women. Kezia returned to the PUA classes and started to make a name for herself. Kezia Noble is the first woman to offer the aspiring pick-up artist advice on how to attract women from a woman's point of view. She now runs many classes and a workshop, and even produces corporate videos on the chemistry of attracting women. Now, in answer to requests from her students, Kezia has written a book on the 15 steps to becoming a master seducer - which will also prove an invaluable aid to men who cannot afford her classes, who work too far away or don't have enough time. The Noble Art of Seducing Women is the first and only sure-fire pick-up guide to be written by a woman. It has the potential to transform a lonely man into someone who need never be single again . . . unless, of course, he wants to be. Kezia Noble works with her students instead of belittling them. As a sensitive and intelligent young woman, she is becoming known as the best PUA in the business...
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Author: Jane Ward
Publisher: NYU Press
A troubling account of heterosexual desire in the era of #MeToo Heterosexuality is in crisis. Reports of sexual harassment, misconduct, and rape saturate the news in the era of #MeToo. Straight men and women spend thousands of dollars every day on relationship coaches, seduction boot camps, and couple’s therapy in a search for happiness. In The Tragedy of Heterosexuality, Jane Ward smartly explores what, exactly, is wrong with heterosexuality in the twenty-first century, and what straight people can do to fix it for good. She shows how straight women, and to a lesser extent straight men, have tried to mend a fraught patriarchal system in which intimacy, sexual fulfillment, and mutual respect are expected to coexist alongside enduring forms of inequality, alienation, and violence in straight relationships. Ward also takes an intriguing look at the multi-billion-dollar self-help industry, which markets goods and services to help heterosexual couples without addressing the root of their problems. Ultimately, she encourages straight men and women to take a page out of queer culture, reminding them “about the human capacity to desire, fuck, and show respect at the same time.”
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Author: L. V. Scott
A comprehensive summary of what lies within these pages could not be brought to be. I fear toying with expectations will muddy what one may read. For If there was a summary for beauty I’d have no content.
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Author: Harvey Havel
Publisher: First Amendment PressIntl Company
Noble McCloud is a twenty-seven year-old, college dropout who lives with his father in a wealthy New Jersey suburb. He avidly listens to music. It's the only thing he does, and while doing so he transports himself to warmer climates with warmer women. Although the town is wealthy, he lives with his father in a relatively poor section. He is jobless and broke, until one afternoon, while daydreaming about heading West, he decides to pick up the electric guitar and make it as a professional musician. The preternatural road he takes is similar to that of every amateur: the expectation of signing a record deal, the fantasy of playing a sold-out stadium, the dream of becoming a legend in his own time. But as Noble follows this rocky path, he ultimately comes to terms with the reality engulfing him, proving the tragic but credible idea that a musician must also survive and learn from his experiences. With imaginative and skillful prose, Harvey Havel, in his first critically acclaimed novel, shows how difficult it can be for a musician to accept himself while still clinging desperately and wildly to his most lavish dreams.
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Author: Laurie Manchester
Holy Fathers, Secular Sons is the first study of the Orthodox clergy's contribution to Russian society. Prior to the 1860s, clergymen's sons were not allowed to leave the castelike clergy in large numbers. When permission was granted, they responded by entering free professions and political movements in droves. Challenging the standard view of educated pre-revolutionary Russians as largely westernized, secular, and patricidal, Laurie Manchester demonstrates that the clergymen's sons did retain their fathers' values. This was true even of the minority who became atheists. Drawing on the clergy's commitment to moral activism, anti-aristocratism, and nationalism, clergymen's sons believed they could, and should, save Russia. The consequence was a cultural revolution that helped pave the way for the 1917 revolutions. Using a massive array of previously untapped archival and published sources--including lively first-hand autobiographical writings of over two hundred clergymen's sons--Manchester constructs a composite biography of their childhoods, educations, and adult lives. In a highly original approach, she explores how they employed the image of the clerical family to structure their political, professional, and personal lives. Manchester's work provides a window into an extremely significant but little-known world of Russian educated culture while contributing to histories of lived religion, private life, and memory, as well as to debates over secularization, modernity, and revolution. Holy Fathers, Secular Sons powerfully challenges the assumptions that radical change cannot be inspired by tradition and that the modern age is inherently secular.
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Author: Susan P. Casteras
Discusses the portrayal of the Queen, girls, courtship, marrigae, women workers, widows, fallen women, and ladies of leisure in nineteenth century British painting