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Searching for Wanda
     

Searching for Wanda

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by Elise Sutton
 
In her third book, notable FemDom author Elise Sutton strays away from the more common lifestyles of FemDom practitioners who pursue relationships based on the principals of loving female authority, and instead she takes an honest look at men who claim to be seeking "unloving female authority" at the hands of a sadistic woman. This book also takes notice of real life

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In her third book, notable FemDom author Elise Sutton strays away from the more common lifestyles of FemDom practitioners who pursue relationships based on the principals of loving female authority, and instead she takes an honest look at men who claim to be seeking "unloving female authority" at the hands of a sadistic woman. This book also takes notice of real life experiences of female sadists and the wives and significant others of masochists.

Nevertheless, the primary focus of this book is the life of the man from whom the term "masochist" was coined. Many have heard of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch but few have heard his life story. With the narrative of Leopold's sexual journey as its foundation, this book examines contemporary self-described masochists who are in search of a cruel, sadistic woman. In other words, just like Leopold, these men are "Searching for Wanda".

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ISBN-13:
9780557520916
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
07/27/2010
Pages:
252
Sales rank:
1,112,104
Product dimensions:
8.80(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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Searching for Wanda 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Cristina-Ross More than 1 year ago
The notion of "femdom" was brought to my attention by my friends who suggested various books on the subject, some less serious than others. Permanent Obscurity by Richard Perez was black comedy that also featured a strong femdom theme of two girls taking out Craigslist ads. This book is more serious in many ways and references Venus in Furs -- as the Perez book does. The Wanda character represents the ultimate dominant woman. And a lot of the book focuses on the submissive male and his search, meaning it also references the author of Venus in Furs. I enjoyed this book, though found the price a little high. The writing is smooth and easy to take. Like I said, a good Sunday read. My kinky friends would enjoy it -- in fact I'll pass it on to them. So I'm recommending it.