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Collected by Grinninghanis

Institutional (1 stories listed)

Institutionalized Slavery (9 stories listed)

Office (7 stories listed)

  • 2084: by Eve Adorer
    (Synopsis: The Wall Street crash of 2029 saw ninety-five percent unemployment in Britain, and the consequent rise to power of the Phallus Party under Adele Halter. Halter's cure for economic decline and overpopulation, was to deny women and girls the right to return to career basis employment. By 2084, unless they were wealthy or had an original entrepreneurial idea for which they could get backing, only girlual labour, salesgirl, and truckess jobs remained open to women, and even these would be excluded them in time. Unpopular at first, and known to have been lubricated by corruption, the policy had nonetheless worked, and Halter had thus won six successive ten-year terms of office. By 2084, even a girl as intellectually gifted as Amanda Heavensent could find no other job than that of temporary waitress at a roadside restaurant ...)
  • Breaking in the New Secretary: by Sinfuldeeds
    (Synopsis: Callie is desperate for a job, and Scott believes she is perfectly qualified for a job in his office - with a little bit of training, of course.)
  • Whore 94: by Fronker
    (Synopsis: Behind the banal monotony of everyday existence there lies another world - a world ruled by the privileged for the privileged. A world into which I was introduced - to play my part - though not as one of the privileged, but as a whore...)
  • Another Day in the Life - The Applicant: by LaFontaine
    (Synopsis: Following a disastrous 4 years from the first women president, a backlash forms. All manner of workplace equality laws are eliminated. Lawsuits become a thing of the past. Almost overlooked, prostitution is legalized. Women executives are gradually phased out while the best recent female law school graduates can do is office administration. Gradually, the best paying of these jobs require a sexual relationship with their employer. Suddenly, all of them do. This is the dystopian backdrop in which Sandi is trying to find a better job)
  • Market Forces: by Freddie Clegg
    (Synopsis: An international organisation specialising in slavery recruits a marketing manager to help them with their business.)
  • Another Day In The Life: by Georg Kinaski
    (Synopsis: Interviews are held and a new PA is chosen.)
  • A Day In The Life: by Georg Kinaski
    (Synopsis: Being a single working girl in the post-feminist era isn't easy-- just ask Claire.)


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