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The Judicial Caning of a Women's Studies Professor
(James Darwin and Barbara Moore)
Professor Barbara Moore teaches a course entitled “History 369 - Injustice to Women through the Ages” at Dorsbury College. But she does more than teach about the injustices inflicted on women in the past. No, when the state she lives in adopts judicial corporal punishment for women, she feels compelled to protest by chaining herself to the door of Judge Martin “Maximum Marty” Powers’ courtroom, earning herself a trip to Female Corporal Punishment Center Number 3 for a judicial caning of eighteen strokes. When she reports there as ordered, she finds that she has an audience, including one of her colleagues from the college, along with a film crew.
Author's note:- The Trabbian Justice series of tales by James Darwin so excited Barbara Moore that she wanted to try her hand as well - and this is the result!
No. words: 20309
Style: Spanking and Bondage, Public Humiliation and Exposure
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader RTF
Product type: EBook / Paperback Book
Published: 8 / 2020
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judicial caning F/f
James Darwin, a scientist by training, writes stories about the harsh judicial punishment of disobedient females.
Barbara Moore is a writer who enjoys setting her stories in real historical contexts in which her characters find themselves in unexpected peril.