S-M: The Last Taboo

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Blue Moon Books, 2003 - Fiction - 345 pages
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S-M illuminates the controversy over the practice of sadomasochism and its place in contemporary culture. The book addresses the role of women in S/M; American society and masochism; the true nature of the Marquis de Sade; spanking in various countries; undinism, more popularly known as “water sports”; and general S/M scenarios. An S/M bibliography ranging from the steamy works of Baudelaire to Pauline Reage’s Story of O, is also included in this exploration of sexual fantasy across the ages.

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Unusually for a Blue Moon publication this is non-fiction and quite big, and is an attempt to organise some rationality into a practice which is usually misunderstood. It deals with the practice of ... Read full review

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