you ever wonder what someone meant when he used a
strange word at the munch? Did you ever want to know
what a certain fetish really was? Have you ever been
embarrassed to ask that top or bottom what he was
talking about? Finally here's a handy Dictionary
of Scene-Friendly Terms.
edited from the glossaries of Polyamory, The New
Love Without Limits by Deborah Anapol, Learning
the Ropes by Race Bannon , Screw the Roses,
Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery
of Sadomasochism by Molly Devon and Philip Miller,
my own Partners in Power, and SM101
by Jay Wiseman, Dictionary
of Scene-Friendly Terms is sure to become
the authoritative source for answering "What
do you mean?"
more than 360 entries, you also find a list of definitions.
After all, do you know what CHDW is or the difference
between TS and TV? How about what a red handkerchief
means or the names of nearly 50 fetishes? You'll probably
want to look up the definition of flying, grex, and
a Katherine wheel, as well as the definitions (yes
it's plural) of the word boy. Don't wait. Be the first
in the dungeon to own this book.
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