Consensual Sadomasochism: How to Talk about it and how to Do it Safely

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Daedalus Publishing, 1996 - Psychology - 264 pages
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How to Talk About it and How to do it safely In this book the authors define and demystify the unique language of consensual sadomasochism, examine the psychological power of erotic dominance and submission, provide a carefully considered guide for safe SM play, and explain how SM can be an activity of intense intimacy and sophisticated erotic theater, as well as one of simple sexual pleasure.

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Amy Wallace has published twelve books, including "The Psychic Healing Book "with Bill Henkin, and with her family co-authored the #1 New York Times bestselling "Book of Lists" series, which sold millions of copies worldwide. Her solo works include the highly acclaimed erotic novel, "Desire," and the bestselling biography "The Prodigy: The Life of William James Sidis," She lives in Los Angeles, California.
Bill Henkin hold graduate degrees in English, psychology, and human sexuality. A former university English instructor and magazine editor, he is author or coauthor of 14 books and editor or producer of a dozen more, including "The Psychic Healing Book" (with Amy Wallace), "The Rocky Horror Picture Show Book," and "Consensual Sadomasochism: How to Talk About It and How to do it Safely,

Sybil Holiday is a California Ceritified Sex Educator, a professional dominant, and an image consultant for male-to female transvestites. She conducts her private practice in San Francisco.

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