Aretino's Dialogue" by Margaret Rosenthal
This one gets the NC-17 warning! A primary work of erotic satire concerning a, well, dialogue between two women about the merits of the only three occupations possible for a Renaissance woman – wife, whore, or nun – and that the three were really not that different. This book is not for the faint of heart, nor for the politically correct, but if you want it straight from the whore-ses mouth (get it?), and you like it a little (ok a lot) naughty, then give it a try. But don’t say that I didn’t warn you!
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