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Lisa Sweet, author of “Kama Sutra Sex Tips”, has now brought the Bondage for Beginners, an introduction to bondage in consensual relationships that is non-violent and absolutely safe. Along with rope bondage, there are ideas for incorporating a wide range of restraints into your lovemaking, including cuffs, straps and harnesses. A variety of positions and bonding arrangements, from easy to complicated are described.
The book is divided into four chapters: lesson plans, tools of the trade, why knot? And pleasure bound.
Excerpt from Chapter 1, Lesson Plans, a history or rope tying - “Rope has a long and knotted history – it has been used as everything from a toy, clothing accessory and decoration to a tool, weapon and torture device. So it's not surprising that the practice of sexual bondage has been kicking around for a while. It's mentioned in the Kama Sutra and the writings of the Marquis de Sade, as well as Anne Rices's Sleeping Beauty novels. It received a passing glance in the sexual advice bible the Joy of Sex and was given action in mainstream movies like Tie Me up, Tie Me Down, Pulp Fiction and Black Snake Moan, to name just a few. Madonna's 1992 coffee table book, Sex, which included photographs of bound nudes, did its bit to improve public awareness and acceptance of bondage. By the 1990's, bondage had gone mainstream and could be found on prime-time television series such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, where bondage gear such as handcuffs and collars and concepts such as the 'safe word' were included as a matter of course. And today, is ther ea designer left who hasn't used bondage elements?”
Hardcover, 128 pages
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