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This book is a non-fiction. I wrote it to dispel the myth from the fact. I did not want another dry and boring BDSM book on the market. I did not want another fiction novel about BDSM that continues to harm our community. I wanted to bring all the elements, good and bad, into the light. It is important to know what you are getting into before diving in. Would you jump headfirst into murky water not knowing the depth or if there was a rock on the river floor? No, so why do that with BDSM! 

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