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Reading Suggestions!

These are some of the CyberRelate family fav books. If you have others you want to add? Let us know.

Most of theses books are available at our own CyberRelate store,  at your local G/L/B/T independent bookstore or online at  Amazon.com

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We ask that you provide us with the item, in the case of a book; an e-book or printed, or DVD or Cd for other media, for a review along with several images that can be used when the post goes live.

 

  • Anal Pleasure & Health: a guide for men and women, by Jack Morin, Ph.D. Not an S/M title, but lots of good information for those interested in anal play.

  • The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex by Bill Brent. Considered by some a great resource in an easy to read and understand format about the joys of butt sex.

  • The Anatomy Coloring Book A good all-purpose book to show the many aspects of the male and female body. Great as a resource for safety areas. 

  • The Erotic Mind. By Jack Morin. An interesting read on the psychological goings on in ourselves and how that links to sex, passion and love.

  • Going Down. The Instinct Guide to Oral Sex. By Ben Rogers & Joel Perry. A “tongue-n-cheek” that is perfect as a primer for all the fun your mouth (or his mouth) can come up with.

  •  A Gay Man’s Guide to Prostate Cancer. Gerald Perlman & Jack Drescher. As we age, prostate cancer and prostate health is an important consideration. This book is a collections of contributors that explores facts and fears specific to gay men.

  • Consensual Sadomasochism, by William A. Henkin, Ph.D. &  Sybil Holiday, CCSSE. An S/M how-to book that addresses the communication end of play as well as the basics to it.

  • Learning the Ropes – A Basic Guide to Safe and Fun S/M Lovemaking, by Race Bannon. An introduction to the basics of S/M for all sexes and orientations.

  •  Leathersex Q&A, by Joseph Bean. Question and Anwsers about leathersex and the leather lifestyle

  •  Leathersex: A Guide for the Curious Outsider and the Serious Player, by Joseph Bean.

  • SM 101: A Realistic Introduction, by Jay Wiseman.

  • Ties That Bind: The SM/Leather/Fetish Erotic Style-Issues, Commentaries and Advice, by Guy Baldwin,  Collection of edited articles on a variety of leather/SM/fetish scene topics.

  • Trust by Burt Herman. A book dedicated to the art of fisting and ass play.

  •  Leather And Latex Care: How To Keep Your Leather And Latex Looking Great by Kelly J. Thibault. A must for anyone owning leather and/or latex items.

  • The New Topping Book  This book covers the hows and whys of playing the dominant role, written by two experienced players. Sections include: What do tops do?, How do you learn?, S/M ethics, Wild scenes we have known, If it doesn’t go the way you planned, Toys, Where all the bottoms are, and Shadow play. By Dossie Easton is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor who specializes in the concerns of people with alternative sexualities. A lesbian bottom, she has been active in the S/M scene since the early 1960s.

  •  The New Bottoming Book  Since the first Bottoming Book taught tens of thousands of people that bottoming – being a submissive, masochist, slave boy or girl, or other BDSM recipient – is as much an art as topping, the growing popularity of BDSM, and the blossoming of the Internet as a source of information and connection, have created a whole new universe of possibilities for players.Now, the completely updated revised New Bottoming Book gives even more insights and ideas, updated for a new millennium, about how to be a successful, popular bottom! New sections on dominance/submission play, bridging the gap from on-line to real-time relationships, the four stages of a scene, and more. In addition, this book includes Fish`s hot illustrations of bottoms in action, many moving and funny anecdotes, and an extra-large helping of the realistic wisdom for which these authors are known. By Dossie Easton is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor who specializes in the concerns of people with alternative sexualities.