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Submissive Training Vol. 2: The 12 Submission Styles/Subcultures Any Woman In A BDSM Relationship Must Know
     

Submissive Training Vol. 2: The 12 Submission Styles/Subcultures Any Woman In A BDSM Relationship Must Know

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by Elizabeth Cramer
 

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Whether you have always dreamed about life in a collar or just discovered a desire to be sexually adventurous, there is a place for you in the fetish world of submission. The culture of kink, once thought to be limited to couples who wore leather pants and played slap-and-tickle in the bedroom, has grown into a varied and well defined umbrella for sexual identity.

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Whether you have always dreamed about life in a collar or just discovered a desire to be sexually adventurous, there is a place for you in the fetish world of submission. The culture of kink, once thought to be limited to couples who wore leather pants and played slap-and-tickle in the bedroom, has grown into a varied and well defined umbrella for sexual identity.

Because fetish culture, like all cultures, grows and changes with the people who practice it, there are distinct roles and categories that developed to help women define their preferences and find like-minded people and playmates.

Women in BDSM relationships no longer have to start with the basic tenets of submission to wrap that skin around their differences. Now you can look into the whole spectrum of submissive behavior and find the place you feel most fulfilled and comfortable. From women who enjoy the occasional bondage session handcuffed to their headboard to the girls who want to be fed out of a bowl and locked in a crate at night – there is a place for everyone.

In this Submissive Training guide we will look at twelve subcultures of submission (including the New Misogyny), explaining the overall principles and practices of each one and illustrating the pros and cons inherent in each style of sexual diversity.

All people are different and you may not find one that covers everything you like, or don’t like – but chances are you’ll see something in one of these subcultures that makes you say, “That’s what I want.”

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148315094
Publisher:
Living Plus Healthy Publishing
Publication date:
01/15/2014
Series:
Women's Guide to BDSM , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
164,367
File size:
161 KB

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Submissive Training Vol. 2: The 12 Submission Styles/Subcultures Any Woman In A BDSM Relationship Must Know 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. It brings a lot into mind when considering your average relationship, and where the core values of a relationship stand. It also discussed relationship culture of the 50’s and also gender roles. I think that the absence of gender roles throughout the years has caused it more difficult to be in a relationship. This is what makes Dom/sub culture popular, is that we are able to re-gain our positions that we feel are more comfortable. I also like how you know if your partners pleased with you or not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a natural progression from the first volume in this series. It talks about different ways to be a submissive. Eye opening and very informative. This is a good resource that I will refer back often.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Much like the other books in the Dom’s Guide series, this one is an excellent read if you want to learn more about BDSM. The book takes an in-depth look at what its like to be submissive and what that means for people in a modern relationship. It is important to remember that this goes beyond sex. Covering 12 different styles and relationship types, you can really learn a lot about some of the expectations people have of dominant and submissive partners.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author, Elizabeth Cramer does not hold anything back in her books. I especially loved the chapter about the Kinkster! This book grows in great detail about all the pros and cons on twelve submissive styles for both the Dom and his partner. The 1950’s relationship is clearly stated and true for the time. The woman stayed in the home, never worked and the male was the head of the household, made all the financial decisions for the family.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent read on BDSM for the modern woman. “Submissive Training: Vol. 2” covers the 12 basic submission styles covering in detail both the expectations for the dominant partner and for the submissive partner. The best part about this book is that is goes even further and breaks down expectations for communication, sex, and discipline and the reality of misogyny in today’s world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a fun book to read. Tells me different submission styles that I wasn't aware of before. I love how it synthesize each subject, showed pros and cons, for a more clear explanation. Very precise, words use are easy to understand. I definitely learn a lot of the subcultures and different submission styles after reading the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Each chapter of the book shares insight into the nuances of 12 unique subcultures of BDSM. The book is written so that the information is thorough without being graphic or giving so much detail that it becomes boring to read. Whether you are wanting to explore a new subculture or learn more about the various options of the lifestyle this guide is helpful in understanding the different practices and how each subculture is defined.