Lazy

Lazy Peter Sotos the writer who rapes a blank page whose pen is the verbal knife of a sadist unleashes his latest controversial dispatch from the cutting edge of pornography sexual abuse and degradat

  • Title: Lazy
  • Author: Peter Sotos
  • ISBN: 9781840680102
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • Peter Sotos, the writer who rapes a blank page , whose pen is the verbal knife of a sadist , unleashes his latest controversial dispatch from the cutting edge of pornography, sexual abuse and degradation Drawing from his own experiences, insights and investigations, Sotos slices open the dark underbelly of the sex industry and reveals the harsh, gritty and brutal extremePeter Sotos, the writer who rapes a blank page , whose pen is the verbal knife of a sadist , unleashes his latest controversial dispatch from the cutting edge of pornography, sexual abuse and degradation Drawing from his own experiences, insights and investigations, Sotos slices open the dark underbelly of the sex industry and reveals the harsh, gritty and brutal extremes that lurk within From prostitution, pornography and drug abuse to the most notorious sex crimes, Soto s obsession with the darkest side of humanity is relentless and uncompromising.Intersected throughout with newspaper extracts reporting on and responding to sex crimes and related subjects such as Myra, Marcus Harvey s controversial portrait at the recent Sensation exhibition in London , Lazy not only presents an unsanitised account of pornographic excess and extreme sex, but through its frank delivery, it questions society s own, often hypocritical, fascination with these taboo subjects.

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  • Peter Sotos

    Peter Sotos born April 17, 1960 is a Chicago born writer who has contributed an unprecedented examination of the peculiar motivations of sadistic sexual criminals His works are often cited as conveying an uncanny understanding of myriad aspects of pornography Most of his writings have focused on sexually violent pornography, particularly of that involving children His writings are also considered by many to be social criticism often commenting on the hypocritical way media handles these issues.In 1984, while attending The Art Institute of Chicago, Sotos began producing a self published newsletter or fanzine named Pure, notable as the first zine dedicated to serial killer lore Much of the text and pictures in Pure were photocopied images from major newspapers and other print media Sotos also used a photocopy from a magazine of child pornography as the cover of issue 2 of Pure In 1986 this cover led to his arrest and charges of obscenity and possession of child pornography The charges of obscenity were dropped, but Sotos eventually pled guilty to the possession charge and received a suspended sentence Sotos was the first person in the United States ever to be charged for owning child pornography.Sotos writings explore sadistic and pedophilic sexual impulses in their many, often hidden, guises Often using first person narratives, his prose takes on the point of view of the sexual predator Despite his early legal troubles, and the seemingly fatal stigma of falsely being labeled a pedophile, Sotos continues to garner support for his ideas and literary output.He was until 2003 a seminal member of the industrial noise band Whitehouse.

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  • Peter Sotos, Lazy (Creation Books, 1999)[originally posted 20Jan2000]There it is.In front of you.Open it.It's only a book, after all. It can't hurt you.Go on. Open it.Do as I say.Do you like that?What are we going to read about today?Part I: "Sensation," and especially "Myra," and of course long ramblings on one of Sotos' favorite subjects, King Ian and Queen Myra. "Damien Hirst defended the work and threatened to pull his pieces from the show if the Hindley portrait wasn't allowed in. Hirst is [...]


  • this is the first Sotos i acquired and read. made the entertaining mistake of reading it on the subway here in San Francisco, the city populated by too many folks who think and act as though (a) the private is necessarily public and (b) the personal is always political. some one reading over my shoulder got up in my face between Church and Van Ness, loudly stating the offense she had taken, saying, amongst other things, "you're invading my space with that book!" by reading this book in a place w [...]


  • Mr. Sotos, you are a tremendous writer. You wield words like Sutcliffe wielded a hammer. You are also a horrible piece of shit of a human. Great read, not for pussies.



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