Dirty True Confessions
Three dirty true confessions: 1) A wealthy young coed must prostitute herself to pay for her arrogance. 2) A college boy comes home from a party and finds a girl who has had too much to drink. 3) A father unwittingly helps his teenage daughter become a famous porn star. More
These three dirty true confessions have been carefully selected for your entertainment.
This book is dirty. Only by sharing the nitty-gritty, lurid details of a sex life gone awry can you ever hope to help another human suffering with a similar situation. As "Jessica M" from The Debutant's Fall writes, "Sometimes something good can come of even the most outrageous experience." These people are looking for redemption, freedom. They want to unburden themselves. Share their shame, their humiliation. They need to expose themselves to you.
This book is true. Or at least as true as I can legally make it. Know, dear reader, that I have changed the names of all the people who have trusted me with their sexual confessions--these three scintillating tales of sexual degradation. I have also changed particular identifying details--like the names of cities, schools, and even the names of certain web sites--so that it's harder for the curious reader to match the stories in these pages to the real life people who have shared their torrid secrets.
As the editor, I claim the right to title all the stories. There is a good reason for this. I am sure Jessica M. wouldn't have selected, The Debutante's Fall, as the title for her story. But once you read it, you will realize no other title will do. While it's titillating to read about how she prostituted herself with a black man in her sophomore year of college, the remarkable thing about Jessica's story is that she might as well still be prostituting herself today, as the wife of rising Fortune 500 executive. Or consider Brad W., an undergraduate student who took advantage of his friend when she had too much to drink in the story, He Sends His Regrets. Even if Brad was never convicted by a court, he has been condemned by his own mind. You will be shocked at the dirty things his own guilt drives him to do. Of course, he sends his regrets. What else could he send? And finally there is Milton Pearl who writes that he has nothing to confess in the story, The Price of Fame. Don't you believe him. Someone is responsible for his eighteen-year-old daughter's indoctrination into the porn entertainment industry. Milton may not have held the camera, but he held something in his hand as he enjoyed the fruit that industry has to offer, and that sort of willful indulgence makes him just as culpable of his daughter's career choice as if he were her producer. The people who wrote these stories are deviates. Philanders. They are devils and scallywags. You must read between the lines to come to your own conclusions about the truth of what they reveal.
This book is better than an episode of the trashiest television talk show. This book was created in the spirit of The Phil Donahue Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Geraldo, and of course The Jerry Springer Show.
While it's true that confession is good for the soul, it's even better for the libido.