Almost a decade ago, the first Bottoming Book taught tens of thousands of people that bottoming - being a submissive, masochist, slave, "boy" or "girl", or other BDSM recipient - is as much an art as topping. Since then, the growing popularity of BDSM, and the blossoming of the Internet as a source of information and connection, have created a whole new universe of possibilities for players. Now, the completely updated revised New Bottoming Book gives even more insights and ideas, updated for a new millennium, about how to be a successful, popular bottom! New sections on dominance/submission play, bridging the gap from on-line to real-time relationships, the four stages of a scene, and more. Plus, Fish's hot illustrations of bottoms in action, many moving and funny anecdotes, and an extra-large helping of the realistic wisdom for which these authors are known.
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Basic intro to bottoming, with some fun flair.
Definitely Dossie's narration style. I am an avid Audible listener and often select books by narrator. She was fun and has a great reading voice!
I find it very useful to have chapters built into the recording. This book doesn't have chapter markers, so it often couldn't find my place the next time I listened.
This was a good good to listen to. I was able to pay attention since I was driving in my car when I listened to this audio. Dossie and Janet did a wonderful narrating the book. This is a good book to start with if you want to be a bottom but don't stop the research. Read more.
They were themselves.
It could have been done in one sitting.
I loved this book. It was so easy to listen to and follow. I felt that it covered a variety of topics and gave at least a broad definition. I liked that certain topics were introduced in this book but that the author informed you more research should be done because it was an intense or dangerous topic. The best part of this book though was that it expressed that trust, respect, and communication are the base of a healthy D/s relationship.
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