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Dom's Guide To BDSM Vol. 2: 71 Submissive Training & Reconditioning Tips Any Dom/Master Must Know Paperback – Oct. 7 2015
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"Dom's Guide to BDSM" was specifically written for Doms/Masters. In Volume 2 of this series, we’re going to focus on how to better communicate with a sub, and how to go back and forth with role playing. We’re going to teach you how to express yourself, how to read your sub and look for cues, and how to go about getting a real life BDSM relationship started.
We’re also going to discuss how to train your sub accordingly and with a purpose. This is important and is an often-neglected part of the BDSM community. The highly sensationalized, “purely sexual” relationships you read about or see depicted in TV or movies is not the only type of relationship forged. Some relationships really are all about personal missions, self-improvement and getting in touch with suppressed inner feelings.
We will cover this as well as the most important part of BDSM dominance — having a plan. You will learn how to be an excellent Dom and it all starts with a few simple steps.
Note: If you have not read Volume 1 in this series (Dom's Guide To BDSM Vol. 1: 49 Must-Know Tips On How To Be The Perfect Dom/Master Your submissive Will Truly Respect & Admire), it is highly recommended that you do so before taking on this book.
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (Oct. 7 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 112 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1517705290
- ISBN-13 : 978-1517705299
- Item weight : 118 g
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 0.66 x 20.32 cm
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Helpful in some aspects
Don't like the recaps from previous books
Can generate some good ideas.
Good book for beginners but I would imagine if you've complete 5-6 decent scene's or spent 25+ hours in scene enactment then you won't need this.
I found volume 2 of the series slightly better, but not as much as to give it more than a 2.0, i.e. also 2 stars.
Main reason for this is, that the book has many of the same problems book 1 has, namely, that it is very short, too general (not specific enough) and contains too much common sense. Those issues haven’t changed compared to Vol. 1.
Nevertheless, it’s still a better read, as it is somewhat less iterative (thus, less boring). It is also slowly, but surely getting somewhere (contains more actual subject matter) and also incorporates more, as well as more useful tips (still not many though).
In summary, Volume 2 is not a complete waste of time and money, it’s an easy and more interesting read, than Vol. 1, which will give inexperienced newbies some more advice. But overall, it still fails to deliver. After reading book 1 (and now 2), although I have somewhat more of a glimps about BDSM now, I still feel like I don’t really have any more actual knowledge, than prior to reading both books. And this is kind of a letdown.
Nevertheless, since I bought all 3 books, I’ll proceed with reading Vol. 3 of the series.
Note: NO BOOK WILL MAKE YOU A "TOP" OR "DOM" - PLEASE GET TRAINING FROM A PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED EXPERT.
Note: PLEASE KNOW IT TAKES SEVERAL *YEARS* INVESTMENT TO LEARN & PRACTICE THIS MATERIAL WITH OVERSIGHT FROM SOMEONE WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY'RE DOING TO AVOID ABUSE & HARM.