BarbarianSpy Extreme: BDSM, Rough gay sex, domination and control.
Includes the habu BDSM classic “Dark Angel Sounding”
Sounding: Ultimate Control provides, in paperback, six stories by habu of what possibly is the most intimate and dominating sex act one man can perform on another, one that is so intimate and extreme that it is only rarely written about. The wanding of another man’s urethral canal is a fetish of domination, trust, and control. One slip of the wand and a man can be ruined. Few engage in the activity, but those who do know that it can provide the ultimate arousal and sexual satisfaction.
The first work in this anthology is an expanded version of “Dark Angel Sounding,” appearing here in paperback form for the first time ever. Probably habu’s most controversial and popular previously published work—“Dark Angel Sounding” certainly has generated more discussion than has anything he has published before. The story follows in intimate and detailed description, the deepening subjugation of a young man to the ultimate control of an older man—his Dark Angel.
“Career Guidance” is the story of a young-looking Hollywood star who has rebelled against always playing young, boyish roles by engaging in a life of debauchery, including publicly gossiped-about encounters in a car with a transvestite. His agent, as a last-chance measure, uses the controlling mechanism of sounding to put the young actor in his place and attempt to save his career as well as fulfill the long-frustrated sexual fantasies of the agent himself.
In “Searching for It” a young sailor from Vancouver, who is on the East Coast of the United States for the first time in his life, working on a private yacht, goes searching for sexual relief in the gay district of New York near the docks area at the foot of Manhattan. He finds something he’s never experienced before, the tease of a sounding-like technique, in a gay club and winds up kidnapped to be given the full sounding experience himself.
A high-paid male prostitute is given a “punishment” assignment by his pimp to provide unusual and taxing services to a kinky doctor in “Prepped and Sounded.” And “Roswell’s Frontier Motel” brings an alien variation of sounding into the supernatural world for a highly unusual take on this form of male sex act.
The concluding story, “Do You Trust Me?,” takes the reader to the picturesque Italian harbor town of Positano, where a young fisherman and café singer shows that he’s willing to do anything to leave Italy and break into movies—even a very specific kind of movie.