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Erotic Slavehood

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Erotic Slavehood

Definitive manual for anyone interested in erotic dominance, submission, slavehood or mastery


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    In 1996, Christina Abernathy condensed her considerable wisdom and experience on the topic of consensual erotic owner/slave relationships into a slim, elegant little manual: Miss Abernathy's Concise Slave Training Manual. In 1998, in response to consumer demand, she laid out a detailed program for training the erotic slave in various aspects of service, obedience and proper values, and published it as Training With Miss Abernathy.

    With more than 30,000 copies in print, these two books have become essential guidebooks to practitioners of consensual dominance and submission. Now, for the first time, they are available in a single, deluxe volume.

    Featuring a foreword by famed erotic author Laura Antoniou (creator of the Marketplace series), and with updated resources and references, Erotic Slavehood will take its place among the basic BDSM reference manuals for anyone with an interest in erotic dominance, submission, slavehood or mastery.

    Miss Abernathy is living the happy ending to her own story: retired from the scene and living with the slave of her dreams in a small Northeastern town. With her permission, Greenery has updated her words for a new generation of masters, mistresses and slaves.

    "The first non-fiction book which explains how to be or train a slave as opposed to tie and pleasure your partner" - Laura Antoniou, author, the Marketplace series.

    "This intelligent, sensitive, and witty little book is a welcome addition to how-to literature about our community" - Pat Califia

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    A sneaky peek between the covers:
    "Miss Abernathy has as particular prejudice regarding collars: they should lock. Anyone may wear a collar for casual play or for the sheer fashion value of it, but a submissive in service to a dominant should be given the assurance that a locked collar provides. The lock not only holds the submissive captive to the dominant, but binds the submissive to the dominant..."
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