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In JUICY PIECE, Eugenia Saunders is one of those outwardly normal people. But when she begins a new job, she also discovers depths of depravity she previously would never have considered herself capable of. And so she tries at first to deny her real self, seeking refuge behind other facades, but ultimately failing.
JUICY PIECE — a fictional story about a society that refuses to face many of its real problems.
The reflection of Madame Fellatio of Honey Pot magazine (Do-you-need-advice-on-your-sex-life? Are-you-horny? Got-something-kinky-you-want-to-share? Write-to-Madame-Fellatio-and-she-will-help-you) stared at me from the electric coffee pot as I sat at my desk. The shiny metal cylinder beamed Madame Fellatio’s perplexed facial expression. I looked at it for almost five minutes before I noticed how severely the anxiety showed on her face.
The lines creasing her face concerned me. A young woman only 25 years old shouldn’t carry such an obvious burden in the expression on her face. The problems of her job were glaringly obvious in the troubled mask she wore. The frustration was building day by day, and her normally pretty face was marred by the lines more and more frequently.
Looking at her reflection in the coffee pot, I wondered how long it would take for the lines to become permanent, indelible souvenirs of the frustration of the job, the awesome responsibility of being Madame Fellatio.
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