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Nothing Bad to say , Anything was great , On time , New , And as i have said in other reviews when you go looking for this type of book NO ONE has them , an i looked all over , But with amazon has had almost all Very happy so far thanks again guys !!!
Full of useful advice for the newbie without being wordy. I'm not the intended audience, since I'm not in the scene, but have reason to want to understand someone who is into it. I bought it for the section on "Superiority Complex" and then was disappointed when it was only two paragraphs long with no references or depth.
It's a plus that the red flags it mentions, on how to spot a bad Dom, actually do line up with spotting predators in general. But it's hardly enough. Personally, I'd recommend writers like Lundy Bancroft or Don Hennessy on how to spot an abusive relationship before it develops. BDSM can be good camouflage for exploitive or abusive. Another good resource for avoiding abusive relationships are Youtube channels like Dr Ramani and Shahida Arabi.
I liked that it had a section for telling newbie subs on how to take care of themselves so that they're ready to begin BDSM. The scene isn't the place to rebuild after emotional wreckage or trauma. Go find some friends first, and rebuild your life in other ways to build a foundation to enjoy the scene.
Quick and simple reads Helpful in some aspects Don't like the recaps from previous books and cross over from Dom's guide 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. Helpful?
Nothing bad to say about this book. Just want to comment for the benefit of the buyer. Its definitely geared toward the one nighter. Someone who wants the experience, not a relationship lifestyle. Just think that needs to be said. Good luck to everyone searching for their truth in a vanilla world.