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In HOT LIKE MOM, Mary Pussie is one of these outwardly proper and quite normal people. But within her a love of degradation and a desire to be debased lies coiled like a snake, waiting only for the proper stimulus to grow it. In Mary’s case, her sado-masochistic mother provides the catalyst for the girl’s transformation.
HOT LIKE MOM — a fictional story which, in reality, is about a society which refuses to face many of its real problems.
The sun was shining brightly on this beautiful July morning. The air was filled with the odors of flowers and tomatoes which the residents of this small town were sowing. Mary Pussie stood on the corner of Vine and Turner Avenue in Sexton, Pennsylvania. Mary was a police crossing guard. She liked her job in the summer but she saw fewer children. During the cold winter months it was lousy standing out in the cold directing traffic. In the summer months, though, it was good to be alive.
She had a busy corner and so was kept on the force during the summer months when summer school was in session. Mary enjoyed her job. She had gown up in this town and knew just about everyone. Everyone liked her and she liked thorn. The town knew their kids were safe in Mary’s hands. That was what bothered Mary. For some time now she has been having weird fantasies. She had been fighting against naughty impulses.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number EL-1016 in the original publications (a duplicate).