Dom's Guide To Submissive Training Vol. 2

Men's Guide to BDSM

Book 2
Living Plus Healthy Publishing
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There are two foundational pillars of a BDSM relationship between a Dom and a sub: consent and trust. Everything else in the relationship – the fun, the love, the discipline, the eroticism, the tears and the journey – are all built on those standards. Both consent and trust require honest communication in order to thrive. The vast majority of that communication begins long before the training begins.

In "Dom's Guide to Submissive Training Vol. 2," I listed 25 things you must know about your new sub if you want to create a satisfying relationship with a devoted submissive. It's not enough to just ask “What do you like?” or “Would you like to be my sub?” You need to know things about your sub that are deeper, more practical and helpful.

Without the knowledge of these 25 things, you may be able to create momentarily excitement but it will surly turn into a frustrating short-term relationship headed for drama, disaster and end.

Following this guide allows your sub to communicate freely and provides a mechanism for her to reveal her true self – even if she doesn’t have the words to do so. There are a million things subs want their Doms to know. These questions will help your sub tell you.
 
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Interested in BDSM and a kinky sex life? The problem is, that maybe you’re in a committed relationship and can’t just go out and find a sub or a Dom to play with. All this sexual revolution going on and you’re stuck in a vanilla relationship. Maybe you should have experimented with kink back when you were single, right?

Wrong! If anything, being in a committed relationship is the BEST way to improve your sex lives and reach really exciting peaks that you never thought possible. Think about it: you already have established trust with your partner, you already have their respect and their full attention. Now all you have to do is SHOW them how easy and enjoyable experimenting can be. Don’t try to sell it, but show them how much fun the two of you could be having.

You can introduce elements of BDSM, role playing and kink into your “vanilla” bedroom, even if you’re thinking right about now, “My partner would never go for that!” What we’re going to show you in this book are tips on how to turn your “vanilla relationship” into something that you both can be excited and passionate about — a “dungeon of fun”, so to speak. You really can have the sexy and smoldering marriage you always wanted but never thought possible.

Here are some of the “troubleshooting” subjects we will cover in "The BDSM Code":

    - Explaining BDSM to someone who doesn’t understand
   
    - How to remove the stigma of “abusive” sex
   
    - Why sexual kink is nothing to be afraid or ashamed of
   
    - How to help yourself and your partner confront the most taboo of fears and fantasies
   
    - How to repair a sexless marriage
   
    - How to get over fear of your naked body (or your partner’s)
   
    - How to be more dominant if you’re naturally shy
   
    - And what to do if your kink or your partner’s kink is way over the top and freaky

By the end of the book you’re going to feel confident about talking to your partner about sex, fantasies and new ideas. We’re going to show you how to do it with class, good taste and above all, respect for the good relationship you have going.
 
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Publisher
Living Plus Healthy Publishing
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Published on
Mar 8, 2015
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Pages
82
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Language
English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / Sexuality
Psychology / Human Sexuality
Self-Help / Sexual Instruction
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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.”
 
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