OMG This is fucking Shibumi right here...Frank Dux is really TrevinianQuote:
I just received another copy of Frank Dux's book "The Secret Man" today. The following is Frank's discription of his CIA provided training in the *drum roll* art of seduction.
"Within the first six months of dutiful service to Bill Casey, I was schooled in the skillful art of seduction. One cannot imagine the level of embarrassment--or insight gained--as I discovered just how ignorant I was and how inadequately I initially performed when enrolled in this sexual graduate course.
I was a naive twenty five when I was unwittingly introduced into the program by Gabrielle DuBois, a leggy French Canadian blond. Within just a few weeks of our first meeting. Gabrielle had me dangling from an emotional thread. I'd truely killed for her.
One perfectly romantic evening, during intercourse, I was ready to climax when she whispered in my ear that "Gabrielle DuBois" was an alias. Her confession of being a contract agent exposed my vulnerability. More impressively, it demonstrated at what length DCI (Director of Central Intelligence) Casey and Bob Ames, my handlers, were willing to go to ensure I would remain their secret."
(p. 10) Incidently at the time of writing both Casey and Ames were dead, and unable to contest this swill.
"Therefore Brunhilda lectured me on the spy's clinical reasoning and the approach to manipulate others through sexual allure. While presented in the most scientific, scholarly, and sterile manner, the information proved liberating." . . .
"For example, one method for stimulating a sense of intimacy is merely how to find the right varying touch, since consistent pressure communicates a mechanical effort to please. I was taught to arose a woman's feet, hands, or ears by light kissing, blowing, licking, or gentle biting. Helpful tips include caressing a woman's entire body with a soft sable brush, commonly used to apply facepowder. I was encouraged to be spontaneous, to lick strawberry jam off my lover's toes in the dark corner booth of a bistro. I became increasingly armed with an unconventional methodology to overcome barriers, both my own and those of my intended target.
Brunhilda made sure I was skilled in preparing concoctions made from Agency-supplied controlled substances: formulations designed to heighten the sexual experience. One can lace a cigarette with a substance that when combined with alcohol leaves one not only tipsy but totally uninhibited and easily seduced." (p.11)
These selections from a 316 page book are offered under the fair use doctrine to show that Frank lives in a vivid fantasy world, and his CIA stories make no sense. While the CIA has been known to use hookers against targets, there is no evidence that they have run sexual seduction classes for their agents.