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Collar Factory

Custom collars, cuffs, belts, and everything to fulfill your fantasies of control and submission. Useful site, especially the section on details for newcomers to the BDSM scene.
ChicoMunch A good site for some information on subspace, after care, and many other subjects.
Edukink Library

Plenty of useful information if you are interested in the scene and how to do certain things.

A Submissives Initiative Perhaps one of the best sites I have found information on. Not just for submissives.
The Kinky Feminists Page run by Beverly on Facebook
BDSM Education Group Closed Facebook group for questions and answers run by Beverly.


Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism Paperback – 1995. Philip Miller, Molly Devon.

The Ethical Slut: A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open Relationships & Other Adventures Paperback – March 10, 2009. Janet W. Hardy

The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage Paperback – 2002. Midori, Craig Morey (Photographer)



Fifty Shades of Grey


So we all know that Fifty Shades of Grey is in the media. Here is why this our novel is nothing like it, and why Fifty Shades is NOT true to the BDSM lifestyle.

Fifty Shades of Grey is BAD and an inaccurate reflection of BDSM.

The authors could go on for volumes about why, however, there are plenty others who have said what we'd say, so instead we'll provide links.

Please note: These are not verified by the authors, and you are viewing them at your own risk.


Six Myths
Six myths about BDSM spread by Fifty Shades of Grey

Why Fifty Shades is not good BDSM
Fifty Shades Leaves out the joy of BDSM
Why I hate Fifty Shades
Talks about how the novels equate BDSM with abuse.
What's Wrong with Fifty Shades?
Talks about where it is wrong in respect to the BDSM lifestyle.






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