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This book is written for the fetishist, for their lovers and for anyone who wants to make a fetish into a sex toy. Or, to maximize a fetish, figure out if you have a fetish, how to talk about it with a lover, "come out" about your fetish, or find community—or just hot porn. Most everyone has a fetish, and while sensationalizations are fun to watch, they often get their facts wrong, and miss the point that lots of people have really hot sex with their fetishes, and with lovers who share that fetish. No one's necessarily "sick", they're just having more fun than most.
Fetish Sex: An Erotic Guide for Couples demystifies and breaks down the definition of a fetish, takes the time to explain why the fetish is alluring and what to do when one is curious about how to play with that fetish. Violet Blue's frank and friendly introduction to the world of fetish includes practical advice, sensual perspectives, and erotic short stories by Thomas Roche to tantalize and inspire.
Roleplaying, Fetish Dressing, Cross Dressing, Human Animal Play, Medical Play and Confessions are some of the topics covered in this informative and entertaining couple-centered guide.
Violet Blue is an author, editor, robot mechanic, female porn expert, and professional pro-porn pundit. She is the Assistant Editor at Fleshbot.com by day, and a human blog by night. She is the editor of six erotic anthologies and the author of five sex ed books, two of which have been best-selling sex advice books since their release and have been translated into French, Spanish and Russian.
Thomas Roche's erotic stories have appeared in hundreds of magazines, websites and anthologies including the Best American Erotica series, the Best New Erotica series, and many other anthologies. He is currently Managing Editor of Eros Zine.
A Daedalus Publishing title.
8.5" x 5.5" / Non-fiction with Erotic Story Excerpts
I'm amazingly impressed by this book. It's basically a book, written by Violet Blue, that talks about fetishes. The book is written in a manner that is meant to apply to those who have the fetishes as well as those who are coping with someone who has the fetishes. It starts off by addressing the basic questions of why and what do you do if you have a fetish. From there, Violet Blue goes on to talk about some of the more common fetishes such as adult babies, fetish clothing, crossdressing, BDSM, and many others. With each fetish, she gives ways to help spice up your play with that fetish and how to include it with your regular sex life. The guide is written in a non-judgmental way and in a straight-forward manner. It isn't the most in-depth guide I've ever read, but with the broad amount of fetishes she covers, I wouldn't expect it to be. Her writing is humorous and kept me involved. I got even more involved when I realized that, every couple chapters, Violet Blue chose to throw in an erotic story that helped show some of the sex appeal of the fetish involved in the chapter. Overall, it's a very educating read that might open your eyes to a fetish you'd like to try.