The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty - Beauty: The Rites of Perfection Summary & Analysis

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Beauty: The Rites of Perfection Summary

Beauty is led into a chamber where the grooms indicate for her to kneel with her head down and hands behind her neck. The grooms wash and oil her thoroughly. Then a nozzle enters her vagina and she is aroused, even though its purpose is only to cleanse her. When the grooms place a similar device in her anus, filling her to the point of explosion, Beauty feels invaded and ashamed. The grooms rinse her off, leaving her purified but weak. Just as she thinks she will collapse, Lexius appears to hold her as the grooms dry her off.

Beauty looks at the Master and desires him. She wonders how she could ever have considered loving him when she loves him already. Lexius leads her to another room where he personally applies more oil to...

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