The Hot Femdom Utopia has already passed us by

Those of us who remember the Hot Female Dominant Utopia – that section of spacetime in which men are men, and are ruled by women – it’s too late. That day was a decade and a half ago.

What, don’t you remember? It was in 1992.

Welcome to the world of The Feminists, a pulp novel published in 1971. It’s the story of cubicle drone Keith Montalvo, who has been caught consensually slipping the pink torpedo to a female co-worker. Unfortunately, it’s 1992 and the Big-Sisterish “Committee” has outlawed all unauthorized heterosex, and his crime is punishable by death. Peek below for the cover in its full, unexpurgated glory.

Hot Femdom Utopia

You can read more about this rediscovered masterpiece of Retro-Futurism on io9.

About Tom Allen

The Grey Geezer Dauntless defender of, um, something that needed dauntless defending. Dammit, I can't read this script without my glasses. Hey, you kids, get off my damn lawn!
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5 Responses to The Hot Femdom Utopia has already passed us by

  1. maymay says:

    It sometimes surprises me how many hugely different reinventions we have to cycle through as a society in order to arrive at some place different. Anti-sex feminism is a great example of that because it’s so shockingly similar to the anti-sex creedo of the Patriarchy that treat women as a “no-sex” class.

  2. nigel says:

    Holy Cow!
    and I am not speaking about the fatted calf.

  3. thing says:

    Feminism was never anti-sex maymay. Not in its core reality. Go shoot yourself in the vagina.

  4. maymay says:

    @thing: I find it amusing that you’ve assumed I have a vagina. Careful where you aim that gun.

  5. You got a new reader , ME. And thank you for the mistress post!

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