Read This: Think 50 Shades in Reverse!

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We’ve all heard of “50 Shades of Grey.”

 

51R-eBS0qfL._SX312_BO1,204,203,200_Quite a few of us have seen “Secretary” with James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Some might have gone so far as to read Marquis de Sade. Store bookshelves are overflowing with “50 Shades”-inspired romance novels. But where are all the stories of dominant women and submissive men?

Female top/male sub relationships are often overlooked in our patriarchal culture and they have yet to get their own Hollywood blockbuster – yet they exist.

 

There are FemDom clubs in every major city, dungeons hidden beneath the white picket fences, female-led BDSM support groups and rope classes for women wishing to learn how to tie their significant others, and much, much more.

This book is a first-ever glimpse into that world. It’s a collection of FetLife blogs written by Gabriel Spiegel (codename WebWanderer), a Russian immigrant who loves making worthy women happy through his submission and whose quest to find The One has taken him across the United States. Read about his triumphs and hilarious misadventures; thoughts on the nature of kink and being a single guy in the BDSM scene; his reflections and dreams; his kinky haiku and, yes, even an occasional sonnet.

“Submissive’s missives” is highly recommended to everyone curious about BDSM in general and dominant women/submissive men in particular.

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