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November 10th, 2005

the_wild_ones @ 11:28 pm: i've just recently been acquainted with de sade, through abridged translations by paul j gillette ("the complete marquis de sade" both volumes). currently reading "de sade: a critical biography" by ronald hayman. i realize that much is lost in translation, but since my french ability is naught, i wonder if there is a preferred version/translator among de sade readers. thank you.

June 3rd, 2005

imagnocean @ 11:59 pm: Greetings!
Hello all.

This is my first post here, and after some discussion on my page about the Marquis, one of my friends found THIS website.

Just thought I'd share...

June 2nd, 2005

kiss_the_muse @ 01:27 pm: It's the Marquis de Sade's birthday today...

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May 13th, 2005

filthy_lily @ 01:10 pm: Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma
The previous post got me thinking and looking...

I looked up and found Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma on Amazon for 40 bucks.
It sounds great and I would love to buy it, but is it worth it? Has anyone else seen it yet?

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April 18th, 2005

kencollapse @ 04:29 pm: online texts?
Hi there,
I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm studying Foucault right now and I was hoping someone might know where I can find free online texts of Juliette and/or Justine.
Can anyone help?


April 15th, 2005

mrgodot @ 02:54 pm: I've never read anything by the Marquis de Sade but I have always wanted to. I can't decide whether i should read 120 Days or Justine first. Which do you think is better and why should I read that one first?

March 4th, 2005

masktchi @ 08:16 pm: Attention South Florida Atheists, Agnostics, Freethinkers, and Humanists
Our current members and I of the Broward Atheists Meetup (www.browardatheists.com and in www.meetup.com) welcome all interested in atheism, theism, freethought, agnosticism, humanism, transhumanism, state and church seperation (otherwise known as seperation of sturch), and related topics to our Tuesday meetings after 6:30pm. The www.browardatheists.com website has details on our venue, it is currently a pub, but will change when more members are acquired. We're already bulging at the seams with an average attendance of about twelve. No matter your age, beliefs, or preferences, we'd like to hear your opinion. Even the sternest Christians may come and present their thoughts, because if you really believe we're going to hell, we sure don't want to be wrong about the subject, haha, but most members are pretty confident about their atheism and agnosticism. I mention the invitation only to be open-minded. Anyways, we usually discuss religion, politics, philosophy, etc. but do not feel obligated to have to order anything despite it being a pub. There is no membership fee either, it is an informal event so far seeing how we have too few to be more organized, but we'd like to be! And we'd like to have enough people to start some activism and be as productive as possible.

Aside from the weekly Tuesday meetings, there are fun events such as campfires and beach barbeques scheduled. We sure would like to cooperate with other groups and more members to voice the rights and freedoms we and others deserve regardless of our beliefs and with your ideas and help, this can be made possible. The current goal is to eliminate the negative stigma attached to our labels by altruism and stoicism such as scholarships and good deeds. E-mail me with any questions or better yet, any one else you can get in contact with from the website to get a clearer understanding of who and what we are. We turn no one down and encourage debate, skepticism, and reason. The meetings are definitely worthwhile and interesting or else I wouldn't waste the little free time I have as a college student to invite any one else to come join the experience. If you are in the area and find the time inconvenient with your busy schedule, no hard feelings will be had, but at least sign the guestbook so we can know you support us and wish you could come. :-)


shepardshadows @ 10:16 pm: Story of O by PAULINE REAGE. Track it down and devour it ;p.

P.S. it is not every day that you discover you have a new, unexplored fetish. I may very well have a case of spectrophilia, haha.

P.P.S. Spectrophilia, and the aforementioned book, have nothing to do with each other. Just thought I would make that clear.

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