Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide To Kinky Sex

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Touchstone, Feb 18, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 336 pages
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How do you tell your partner that you'd like to be spanked?
Where can you find a good dominatrix?
If your husband like to wear your panties, does that mean he's gay?
What really goes on at SM clubs?
After you tie someone up, what exactly are you supposed to do?
Is there such a thing as normal sex?
If you've ever wondered about the ins and outs of bondage, spanking, or cross-dressing, look no further. Come Hither is a frank, friendly guide on how to turn your secret fantasies into satisfying expressions of love and desire. The official resource guide for SM/fetish sex at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, Come Hither proves that a little kink can be a lot of fun.

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User Review  - Debs - Goodreads

First of all, I'm amused that some people on here categorized this as erotic fiction. They are probably the people this book is targeted towards. I had started this in January and stopped reading it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rev. J. Arthur Rank - Goodreads

Pretty good, but mostly geared towards people desiring a BDSM relationship. Read full review



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Dr. Gloria G. Brame is the lead author of Different Loving. A poet, journalist, and novelist, Brame has contributed articles to Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Working Woman, and Maxim. She can be contracted at

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