When Donald Taylor was offered a job at an advertising firm, he was delighted. On his first day at work, he was a little startled to find that nearly all the other employees were women. He was even more startled when he was invited to present his artwork to the CEO, Margaret M. Murray, at her apartment that evening. Dare he hope the beautiful lady had an interest in him that went beyond his work?
In fact, Margaret M. Murray did have an interest. Unlike the purely sadistic interest that some of the senior members of her staff took in men (having a perfectly satisfactory lesbian interest in each other), Margaret’s interest was primarily sexual.
Not, of course, that Donald Taylor would enjoy any sexual satisfaction. Quite the opposite. His only role was to provide Margaret with all the pleasure she could desire while he suffered nothing but frustration – although, Margaret did seem to take some pleasure in causing him pain, so perhaps she was not altogether without sadistic tendencies either…