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Publisher Description

2nd Edition! The definitive handbook on Domination and Submission (D/s) relationships and the BDSM lifestyle. A must-read for anyone considering or curious about non-traditional relationships within a fetish culture context. Funny, insightful, educational, and inspiring.

Author Michael Makai goes in-depth on Dominants, submissives, switches, primals, and their relationship dynamics. Learn about BDSM activities, bondage, toys, groups, protocols, and safety. This book even dares to go where others fear to tread: Primal relationships, online BDSM relationships, the Gorean subculture, first meetings, religion vs. kink, and the many ways it can all go wrong.

You'll love Michael Makai's irreverent and humorous treatment of this subject as he gives you the benefit of his 35+ years of experience in the D/s and BDSM lifestyles.

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2014
September 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
651
Pages
PUBLISHER
Michael Makai
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
470.6
KB

Customer Reviews

Ghostridr91 ,

Excellent D/S Handbook

A great book, by a good friend I'm glad I met, to start reading if you are interested in the Dominant/Submissive lifestyle or simply wanting to learn more about it. It is easy to read and to understand. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I have. I will be buying this e-book this as soon as I can as my other is in storage from the move. I can't wait to get back to reading it again. Thank you Mike for such a great book.

authoramyshan ,

Magnificently Written!

If you're someone looking to enter the lifestyle, want to learn about it, or even to "brush" up on the relationships between a Dominant and submissive, this is the book to read. I've read several books on the subject, as both a writer of this type of fiction, but also as a newly admitted Dominant. It's a great book and I definitely give it 5 stars. I read it twice and will definitely keep it as a reference. The book is written with the male being Dominant and the female being submissive, but that is not always the case and it recognizes it. It basically uses that relationship as a generic "gender" basis for the book. Loved it and recommend it to anyone interested.

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