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Chinese publisher releases erotic fairy tales by mistake
Violent, Erotic Illustrations for Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm never intended to write for children. As time passed, parents read the Grimm tales to their youngsters probably to scare them into good behavior. The brothers released updated editions that cut back on some of the gore. Their stories became even more grossly sanitized thanks to Walt Disney.
Fairy tales retold with an erotic edge, by the national bestselling author of the Sons of Destiny series. Not everyone in Smut Club read all of the stories — some only read the first few and then lost the will to carry on, and others picked and chose a few to read after struggling through the first couple. Then a few of us mugs soldiered through the lot and slightly resent the loss of the time spent doing so. Right, The Frog Prince , was first up and what a way to start. Technically, this story was not beastiality because at no point did the frog actually touch the girl… BUT… it was still a little ew.
By Malcolm Moore , Shanghai. The edition of the children's book which hit the shelves in China in October included a reworking of the story of Snow White in which she romps with the seven dwarves. Red-faced executives at Beijing Mediatime, the publishing house, said a mix-up had occurred when they could not find the original German version of the book to translate, and had turned to a Japanese version instead. Around copies of the book were sold in Hangzhou before complaints from customers led to the recall.