Master Joseph - Stories from the Blog - The Book

· Master Joseph
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About this ebook

A look into the Master and slave dynamic in the gay male world. 


Exploring the art and theory of BDSM.


Born from the experiences lived by Master Joseph. Written towards both slaves and Masters. 



No slaves were damaged in the production of this work.

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About the author

Master Joseph is a portuguese BDSM Master based in Lisbon, where he has for many years practiced his skills of slave training as an integral part of a full, busy life.

In these trainings every individual he accepts is a fresh challenge, there is no ‘one size fits all’ philosophy in his world.

Through a balance of empathy and inner strength developed from his rigorous regime of zen like inner exploration and tailored exercise, he has evolved his techniques and reached the levels that merit his use of the title Master in all sectors of his life.

Master Joseph does not make any claim that his methods make all dreams come true.

To quote his own words, ‘’Each potential slave gave me a gaze inside their dreams and desires as well as their trust in me and my abilities. I would like to say that all succeeded in their training, that cannot be the truth, but I gave them all something of worth. I did not give them what they wanted, instead I gave them the knowledge to go beyond and deeper than they had gone before. That is my path as a slave trainer.’’

Now he shares that knowledge with those who have the aspiration to explore.

In 2019, he published the self-named book Master Joseph - Stories from the Blog, where he guides his readers into his words, in an alluring and exciting way.

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