How to be Knotty: The Essential Guide to Modern Rope Bondage is intended for those who have a little experience with rope bondage and want to learn more. Whether you’ve been tying for years or have already read one bondage book and want to know more, Morpheous’s easy-to-understand teaching style and phenomenal full-color photos will show you exactly how to achieve over 20 ties in full step-by-step detail.
Additional chapters cover safety, equipment, different schools of rope bondage and how to safely and sexily bring rope bondage into your sex life. As always with Morpheous’ books, communication, fun, and safety are at the forefront of this fantastic rope guide that provides everything you need to advance in rope bondage. You’ll never be bored on a Friday night again.
|Publisher:||Green Candy Press|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Morpheous is a Canadian sex educator, author, photographer, and kinkster. This is his third book for Green Candy Press, following on the heels of his popular BDSM books How to be Kinky: A Beginner’s Guide to BDSM and How to be Kinkier: More Adventures in Adult Playtime. Morpheous’s work is archived in the Sexual Representation Collection of the University of Toronto’s Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, at the Leather Archives and Museum in Chicago, and at the National Archives of Canada.
Morpheous has taught a variety of workshops on rope bondage, the aesthetics of bondage, fetish photography, advanced and beginner BDSM, and workshops catered to professional dominants and submissives. He travels and presents regularly, doing outreach to both academic and kink-aware safer sex organizations as well as performing in rope bondage expos the world over.
He is also the founder of Morpheous’ Bondage Extravaganza, an annual rope bondage art installation that has grown over the years into the world’s largest public rope bondage event, with upwards of 6,000 events across three cities with 75,000 more watching online. Though the event started as a part of Toronto’s annual Nuit Blanche all-night art festival, it has recently expanded to include another MBE night in Orlando, FL.