Dom's Guide to BDSM Training

  • by Mistress Dede
  • Narrated by Ambrose Essex
  • 0 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dom's Guide to BDSM is your secret handbook for methods of dom/sub activity, containing various strategies and must-know guidelines on how to get the most out of your BDSM experience. This audiobook serves as a friendly guide for the dom/master, including all of the imperative steps on how they can indulge in a dom/sub relationship, including some important terms and strategies about the basics of BDSM. This also includes a step-by-step blueprint and exciting know-how on how to train your sub and how to play with them.
BDSM - also known as bondage and discipline, domination and submission/sadomasochism - has been a common practice of people who seek intense sexual pleasure for centuries. BDSM comes naturally to most individuals, since many generally crave to be dominant while others love the pain-pleasure experience of being submissive. For many, BDSM is highly erotic compared to normal sex as it brings about different excitement and fun for both the dom and the sub. It is designed to provide intense pleasure with some element of pain typically involved in the act or acts. It is more of a "power game" rather than passionate sex.
In the game of BDSM, it takes time and dedication to learn how to play your role. It should be properly crafted and carefully planned to create a lasting union as you enjoy the sexual activities together. So in order for you and your sub to get the most out of your BDSM experience, this book was specifically written to give you the ideas and the proper strategies on how you can train your new sub from practicing BDSM on up to the closing ceremony.

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Pretty good information

As a Dom in the lifestyle for about 10 years, I feel this short overview contains pretty good info for the new Dom. I have read many "BDSM training" books some are good, others are trash. This book is probably the best of the shorter books. I definitely like the way there are suggested ideas for protocol without a "this is the it has to be" attitude.
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- The Great One

Had some good information

I thought it could go more in depth by giving more examples. in stead of saying etc, etc. I did get the idea of what was meant. Over all it was a good book.
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- Parrot

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-17-2015
  • Publisher: Mistress Dede