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FANSADOX COLLECTION 313 and 314
JACK THE TORMENTOR & WAY BACK by CAGRI
COMICS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE - 84 comic
NEW Adult Comic Albums by CAGRI.
In high resolution PDF deluxe edition
IMPORTANT NOTICE - DISCLAIMER
All characters are 18 years old or older.
This is an entirely fictional work based on
cartoon characters for adult entertainment. It shows no real people or events.
The characters are shown participating in CONSENSUAL role-play for their own
personal satisfaction, simulating activities which involve sexual dominance and
submission. No actual toons were harmed in the making of this comic.
COMICS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE - 84 full comic
THESE 2 LOVELY HISTORICAL COMICS OF THE ASTOUNDING CAGRI SEPIA SERIES!
JACK THE TORMENTOR
the mid-19th century, England experienced an influx of Irish immigrants,
who swelled the populations of England's major cities, including the East
End of London.
1882, Jewish refugees from Eastern Europe and Tsarist Russia moved into
the same area.
civil parish of Whitechapel in London's East End became increasingly
overcrowded. Work and housing conditions worsened, and a significant
economic underclass developed.
violence and alcohol dependency were commonplace, and the endemic poverty
drove many women to prostitution.
October 1888, London's Metropolitan Police Service estimated that there
were 1200 prostitutes and about 62 brothels in Whitechapel. The
economic problems were accompanied by a steady rise in social
1886 and 1889, frequent demonstrations, such as that of 13 November
1887, led to police intervention and further public unrest.
crime, social disturbance, and real deprivation fed public perceptions
that Whitechapel was a notorious den of immorality. In 1888, such
perceptions were strengthened when a series of vicious and grotesque
murders attributed to "Jack the Ripper" received unprecedented
coverage in the media.
the Great Plains very few single men attempted to operate a farm or
ranch; farmers clearly understood the need for a hard-working wife...
handle the many chores, including feeding and clothing the family,
managing the housework, and feeding the hired hands.
the early years of settlement, farm women played an integral role in
assuring family survival by working outdoors...
a generation or so, women increasingly left the fields, thus redefining
their roles within the family....
the eastern image of farm life on the prairies emphasizes the isolation of
the lonely farmer and farm life, in reality rural folk created a rich
social life for themselves...
often sponsored activities that combined work, food, and entertainment...
HOT TALES OF DOMINATION AND HUMILIATION
BY AN UNDISPUTED MASTER OF THE CRAFT: CAGRI!
THESE 2 COMICS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
WHILE THE OFFER LASTS!!!
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