Femdom Book: The Domestic Yapoo

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This is based on a novel that is the most bizarre story ever told in the history of science fiction and sado-masochism. Yukio Mishima said of it, "As an ideological novel written by the postwar Japanese, it is the top." The Domestic Yapoo is also the ultimate statement of Japanese racial self-hatred.

The author of the original novel is Numa Shozo, known as the king of masochists in the world of Japanese perverts. And he claims to be a virgin even though he's now a married man in his sixties. Anyway, this article isn't long enough to explain everything about the man, so I'll simply say that his work inspired one of the most bizarre moments in manga history. For this deranged masterpiece of SF was adapted into a manga by none other than kids' superhero comic icon (Kamen Rider and others) Shotaro Ishinomori.

The manga version of Yapoo was published on Christmas Day in 1970 through a minor publishing company called Toshi Shuppan.

Our story opens in the year 4000 AD. While the marquise (marchioness) of the ISU Empire (The Empire of One Hundred Suns) is absorbed in masturbation with her tongue doll Cunnilinger, a piece of "telepathic living body furniture," her UFO-like Time Yacht (a time machine) causes an accident on the way back from observing a large migration of Germanic people. The ship crashes in a mountain range in West Germany during 1960s and is found by a Japanese foreign student and a German female couple. When the ship takes off again, the couple is taken to the ISU Empire and the Japanese foreign student is turned into a creature called a "Yapoo."

White aristocrats make up the elite of the galactic ISU empire, and in the world of ISU, black men are used as slaves and Japanese people are treated as livestock or domestic animals -"Yapoo." Although this already sounds pretty frightening, what makes this book even more strange is its meticulous depiction of the world of the Yapoo. In the manga several pages of text interrupt the story to give detailed explanations of each kind of Yapoo. These sections are a parade of amazing ideas.

In this world, Yapoo are intellectual monkeys and are barely considered human. They are the result of the long history of humankind. Yapoo are a considered an appliance, a technological product of mankind's desire for comfort and convenience.

Although SF tools and gadgets usually make people excited about the future (like Doraemon, for instance), the Yappo is a more problematic invention. To enjoy this future, one must give up an ordinary sense of morality.

Here are some examples of different kinds of domestic Yappos available to the aristocracy of the ISU Empire:

The tongue doll Cunnilinger is a piece of "telepathic living furniture" that appears in the beginning of the story as a masturbation tool for women. A sucking doll Penilinger is also available for men. Yappo can also become a living toilet called a Setten, which puts a white aristocrat's hips on their remodeled flesh, and obtains excrement from a mouth as food and drink. There is no toilet paper in the ISU empire, so it also carries out the duty of wiping after excretion.

There are also many examples of Yappos which are made small, in 1/12 of sizes, and are used as portable tools.

Yapoo are the "reconstructed human beings" that even Ishinomori's famed Kamen Rider cannot defeat. Now, why did Ishinomori work on this manga?

Maybe, the sense of "Freak=Cyborg" reminded him of his own Cyborg 009.

These living furniture "domestic freak Yappoo" appear every four to five pages and work very diligently for whites. This manga perfectly presented the world of Numa's frightful imagination via the dreamlike beauty of Ishinomori's pictures.

For some, the world of Yapoo could be hell. But if you are a true masochist, and a hardcore SF fan, this could be manga heaven.

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