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Crushed Men

Orlando

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

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Summary

Popular Femdom author Orlando is back again with another red-hot collection of Femdom tales. In A Full Ride the price of going to college becomes more than Mike ever dreamed.  In Horsing Around what could a woman possibly whisper in your ear that would make you agree to become a horse for the rest of your life? Many men that are into femdom want to be controlled but what does that really mean?  In I Want to be Controlled Mark finds out! 

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