Recommended Books

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SM 101: A Realistic Introduction, by Jay Wiseman. “SM 101 surveys the entire spectrum of consensual sadomasochistic practices from bondage, to spanking, to erotic role-playing, and more.” — Midwest Book Review

Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism, by Philip Miller. “…enthusiastically covers all the basics and even some of the not-so-basics—bondage, negotiation, sex, endorphins, dominance and submission, toys, safety, S/M community…honest, sexy, funny…” — Amazon.com review

Better Bondage for Every Body, by Evie Vane. Love getting tied up for fun? Just curious? This extraordinary celebration of rope bondage combines glorious full-color photos, groundbreaking research, and tips found nowhere else in one must-read book. “A thing of true beauty!” “I don’t think I have ever seen such a comprehensive rope bottoming publication.” — Amazon.com reviews (btw Evie Vane also writes the blog you’re reading)

The Little Guide to Getting Tied Up (Including Suspensions), by Evie Vane. “This book contains all the essential information that every rope bottom should have when they’re starting out, but that until now most only learn through a series of painful and dangerous mistakes….the number one piece of required reading for anyone who plans to have rope on their body.” — Amazon.com review (btw Evie Vane also writes the blog you’re reading)

The New Bottoming Book, by Dossie Easton and Janet W. Hardy. “Who would think that being tied up and beaten could be the most pleasurable and empowering experience of one’s life? Easton and Hardy’s persuasive enthusiasm convinced me…Concise chapters map out a sensible and intuitive path to bring a novice from fantasy to reality.” — Amazon.com review

Conquer Me: Girl-to-Girl Wisdom About Fulfilling Your Submissive Desires, by Kacie Cunningham. ” The book covers all the important things a submissive wants to know about. How to recognize abuse, how to communicate, how to make sure your needs are met. Kacie also touches on the most common questions for anyone interested in power exchange: punishment and correction, fantasy vs reality, rituals.” — Amazon .com review






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