Becoming a Slave: The Theory and Practice of Voluntary Servitude

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Jack Rinella, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 301 pages
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Becoming a Slave is an authoritative, and well-documented book on the process of finding and submitting to a dominant. Beginning with a description of terms and the characteristics to be found in a master and in a slave, the book continues with how one realizes and understands their own desire to submit and serve, proceeds to the process of advertising, searching, meeting, and interviewing prospective masters, and ends with a great deal of practical advice on submitting, serving, and satisfying a dominant in a healthy and practical way.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Complementary Relationship
15
The Call To Serve
33
Finding a Partner
49
Negotiating the Relationship
77
Committing Yourself
97
The Training Process
121
The Slaves Training
137
The Small and NotSoSmall Stuff
161
The Real Slave
191
Sexual Service
205
The Place of Kink
225
Polyamorous Ms
241
The Healthy Ds Relationship
255
A Necessary Last Word
269
Concerning Voluntary Servitude
277

The Role of Punishment
151

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About the author (2005)

The acclaimed author of the best-selling book, The Master's Manual, as well as The Compleat Slave and Partners in Power, Jack Rinella is a free-lance writer, college instructor, and sought-after lecturer. He has been active in the Leather scene since 1983, is a founding member of MAsT-Chicago, an associate member of the Chicago Hellfire Club, and has written extensively about our lifestyle as a weekly columnist.

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