When someone you love is kinky

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Title : When someone you love is kinky
Author(s) : Dossie Easton and Catherine A. Liszt
ISBN : 1-890159-23-9
Page : 155

I just finished reading "When someone you love is kinky", and I'm a bit disappointed by it. Not because the book itself was badly written, or an inappropriate subject, but it didn't offer me what I was looking for, as undefined or vague my expectations may have been. The authors focus mainly on BSDM as kinky sex, while I think there is much much else out there. Truth be said, they do mention other "kinks", and to some close minded people that think hetero sex in missionary position inside marriage for something else than making kids is a sin, kink or pure evil, this book will be both revealing as well as shocking (or maybe even choking).

However, I think it's quite safe to say that I'm far beyond that, maybe not physically, but mentally for sure. I know gay and lesbian people personally, I'm open to much and respect choices that people make, even if it's not something I'd do or prefer. With that in mind, I can honestly say I've not learned anything by reading this book, apart maybe the knowledge that not everyone is on the same level of acceptance as I am. On the other hand, neither have I lost anything by reading it.

Is it a book worth reading? Certainly, but it didn't "work" for me. I cannot clearly say what I was looking to get out of it, because that in itself is yet to be defined, but I can say that this wasn't it. Isn't it great to search for something you don't know yet yourself?

Now I'll start reading up upon something completely different : "remote viewing", something interesting, yet so far uncomprehensible to me. So, what does one do? Read more!

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