What do you really need? Mostly, what we all need: Love, sex, comfort, food, laughter, a child who loves you as much as you do him, mental stimulation, massage, travel, understanding, freedom, truth, happiness, peace, and a history of the world that provides a greater understanding of the role played by peckers. This subversive comic-erotic anthology of fiction and nonfiction playfully discusses many of these universal (and sometimes unacknowledged) needs and proposes solutions, giving you food for thought on a wide variety of subjects in a dangerous new world of terrorist scares, HIV, and political correctness.
Here is a glimpse at a few sample chapters:
Life is Beautiful
What We All Need
A Short History of My Pecker
Effing for Humanity
The HIV Test: A Story
A Protest Against All Wars
Good Morning, I Love You, What is Your Name?
Massage: An Exploration
This is a book for nonconformists, and those against political correctness and Big Brother moral certainties--the kind of attitude that informs the television show South Park.
"Distinct and thought-provoking. . . subversively redefines history. With witty, sexy, and passionate style, Richard Crasta deals with India's tortured and confused Puritanism."--living.oneindia.in
"If any Indian writer has pushed the boundaries of satirical writing, with dollops of sexual humour (and satirical writing on a lot of other serious stuff) in his own distinctive style, it's Richard."--kitaabonline.wordpress.com
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