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Anatomy for Flogging: The Back

Dedicated to Mistress Tammy, RN

First Posted: 3 March 2008

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Spine - Tailbone - Kidneys - Sciatic Nerve

 

Back view of person Spine Tailbone kidneys Kidneys
   

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References

  • Califia, Pat. Sensuous Magic: A Guide for Adventurous Couples   New York: Masquerade Books, Inc., 1998.
  • Gray, Henry and and H.V. Carter. Anatomy of the Human Body   Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1918. (located on-line at bartleby.com)
  • Miller, Philip and Molly Devon Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns   Fairfield: Mystic Rose Books, 1995
  • Townsend, Larry The Leatherman's Handbook II   New York: Modernismo Books, 1983
  • Wiseman, Jay SM 101: A Realistic Introduction   Greenery Press: San Francisco

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Image Sources

  • Gray, Henry and and H.V. Carter. Anatomy of the Human Body   Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1918. (located on-line at Bartleby.com)
  • Harter, Jim, ed., Old-Time Anatomical Illustrations CD-ROM and Book   New York: Dover Publications, 2005
  • "Four Witches" by Albrecht Dürer.   1497, engraving, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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