Domination and submission: perhaps you're aware of it from Fifty Shades of Grey, or perhaps you're a seasoned practitioner. Whatever your experience level or expectations, this guide will provide you with a step-by-step blueprint of exactly what you need to do to train your submissive partner(s), and have him/her delighting in obeying your every command.
In this guide, you will learn the steps that are conducive towards developing a positive dom/sub relationship. This means you'll be learning about how to prepare a domination and submission relationship in the first place; the protocols which you may use to maintain discipline in your sub; practices for physical, sexual, and attitudinal submission; and how you and your sub can use rituals to get into and out of your roles when engaging in d/s scenes. There will even be some more advanced techniques mixed throughout the guide, which will help you take your domination and submission experiences to the next level.
Without further ado, let's begin.
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"don't buy this"
You can read this in the most Basic and free articles online. waste of time.
"Preschool for my needs"
I personally think this is quite possibly the worse book written for the purpose of slave/ submissive training. Even ad a novice, there is so much more to training than is mentioned here.
Maybe a better title would have been "introductory into slave training" or "how to break the ice about slave training".
The book left more questions than answers. Very little was touched on in terms of acquiring a subs fears, secrets and desires and more on a lame attempt to describe the act of anal sex rather than the introduction of it.
Chapter 2 is called protocol, however, aside from having your sub crawl to you on all 4s, it never fully explains the reasoning behind this extensive almost exhaustive number of protocols that exist within a lifestyle. dynamic. And, contrary to what is explained herein, its not to put her in a submissive mindset for play. It is also not to make her feel " possessed" ad the writer claims. From experience I have learned that it's not what your submissive does that makes her feel owned in every sense of the word but what YOU as her dominant does in and out of the bedroom ad well as in and outside of play.
The author should have spent more time actually living within a set dynamic and put some serious forethought into writing a TRAINING book, as that real life experiences would have produced a better product.
The shower fact that there is so little useful knowledge out there surrounding an already danger prone lifestyle, this will surely add to the uneducated masses.
"poor writing and very gendered"
no I would not like to try another book from Mistress Dede and/or Audrey Lusk
most disappointing about Mistress Dede’s was how terrible the content seemed
What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?
What character would you cut from Slave Training?
It's slightly ridiculous that I can't just say how shitty the book is and move on with my life. yet more time wasted on this shit
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