Mister Giordano: A Story from Black Tickets: The Memoir of his Slave Amanda Wright

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Mister Giordano: A Story from Black Tickets: The Memoir of his Slave  by  Amanda Wright

Mister Giordano: A Story from Black Tickets: The Memoir of his Slave by Amanda Wright
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“It keeps building. How does he make it keep building? What does he do to make it keep building?...”Black Tickets: The Memoir of his Slave is the story of prisoner number NM44858 who agreed to have all memory of her previous life erased to make herMore“It keeps building. How does he make it keep building? What does he do to make it keep building?...”
Black Tickets: The Memoir of his Slave is the story of prisoner number NM44858 who agreed to have all memory of her previous life erased to make her eligible for a long-term furlough from her life-sentence.



She finds herself in the charge of Martin Wright, a wealthy eccentric who, seeing that she can be more than a medicated cleaning woman, withdraws the drug regimen that makes her docile and controllable. When she comes to herself, she tells him that she will do anything if he doesn’t use the drugs on her again. 

He names her “Amanda” and offers her a bargain: He will never send her back to prison or tranquilize her for as long as she obeys him in all things without question. 

Her acceptance of the bargain consists of the words “Yes, Master.”
A year later, Martin Wright has brought her to a tailor’s shop to be fitted for the custom-tailored clothes that she will wear to business meetings as his personal assistant: Martin Wright has discovered an ability of hers that surprises even him—one he intends to test to its limits.

This story explores domination and submission from the perspective of a woman whose situation brings her to a state that is indistinguishable from actual slavery.

It isn’t a game or a set of shared rituals. There is no safeword. 

It is certainly not suitable for anyone under the age of eighteen. 

About fifteen-thousand words



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