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Dangerous Sex is a psychosexual exploration of Dominance and Submission. In Dangerous Sex I wanted to create something new. Erotic writing that retains its sensuality while exploring deeper levels of meaning.
The journey of dominance and submission is a deeply personal journey, a journey into the depths of the soul, for both the dominant and the submissive. These scenes are as spiritual as they are erotic. To set forth on the journey is to embark on a personal spiritual quest, one cannot enter into these realms without gaining an understanding of one's own true nature. The stories I have chosen to tell are based on real people in real life situations dealing with the psychology of submission. People compelled by their own desires to face their deepest fears, and their most frightening dreams. Dangerous Sex is about intentional explorations of submission, pleasure, pain, force, and violation, driven by an underlying psychology, passion, and desire. Dangerous Sex involves subject matter difficult for society to dwell upon, even though these acts have been with us for tens of thousands of years, they have, for the most part, existed in the shadows, hidden and undiscovered in the sense of what they can reveal about the richness of human erotic and spiritual nature. There are worlds within you, landscapes of the mind & imagination, cities of darkness and light, a labyrinth of sensuality and sensation, of possibility and conception ... I offer these tales as a mirror, look within and you will find yourself. These worlds are real, they exist inside each and every one of us.
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A native of the Midwest, born January 15, 1964. William Black is an author and artist with a background interest in sociology, psychology, sexuality, the paranormal, and edge sciences. William first began publishing, in Chicago, with Eschation Magazine, in spring of 1995, producing a series of essays on diverse topics such as the Knights Templer, Free-Masonry, and the Art of Tantra. Through the latter half of the 90’s William Black published several works in the Chicago Dungeoneer, coproduced several dramatic works for small theater venues and held numerous art exhibitions. William Black has been involved in BDSM for eighteen years and promotes the philosophy of RACK: Risk Aware Consensual Kink, a philosophy of BDSM that promotes non-judgmental, educated and safe, BDSM play.
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Book Description Biblio Books, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0974119083