My Secret Life, Vol. 7 Chapter 2
My Secret Life is the longest autobiography ever written. Penned anonymously during the 1800s by a wealthy and sex obsessed English gentleman who refers to himself simply as 'Walter', it offers an eye and thigh opening account of life behind closed doors in the Victorian era. Banned from publication for its extreme and explicit content for nearly a century, My Secret Life is now being released as a fully scored immersive audiobook, with narration and music by film composer Dominic Crawford Collins.
A candid memoir recounting the author's erotic experiences from childhood onwards, My Secret Life not only offers us a fascinating insight into the mind of someone whose entire life revolved around an epicentre of inescapable obsession, but a unique historic window through which we can approach and examine our own sexual psychology and behaviour.
Described as 'one of the strangest books ever written', My Secret Life is evocative, provocative, graphic, and in light of the time in which it was written, extraordinarily daring. Amongst its many pages lie a relatively undiscovered treasure trove of real lives, lives depicted from a very different perspective to contemporary writers such as Dickens and Mayhew; lives illuminated by the oblique light of the author's prurient eye.
VOL.7 CHAPTER 2
At Aldershot. • The postage stamp. • The Major's mistress. • The Railway carriage. • Carnal hints. • Carnal practice. • A pretty foot. • At the garters. • Head near tail. • A seductive priapus. • Upon the floor. • Upon the seat. • After dinner. • The Major's tool. The lady's vulva. • A screaming gamahuche. • Good bye. • Madeline the milliner. • My amatory career. • The sexual law. • The Crystal Palace. • After the dinner. • A brooch and garters. • A thigh recipient. • Overflowing testicles.