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  • Title: The New Topping Book
  • Author: Janet W. Hardy Dossie Easton
  • ISBN: 9781890159368
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Janet W. Hardy Dossie Easton says:

      Also published under pseudonyms Catherine A Liszt and Lady Green.



    2 thoughts on “The New Topping Book

    1. I'm going to buy a paperback version of this book once I move out of my parents' place and put it on a bookshelf in my and the boyfriend's shared library. :")

    2. So, I visited my kinky chosen-aunt again, and it was lovely, as always.Definitely not a "how-to" book but validating, non-judgmental and delving into some important psychological depths. Loved the feminist perspective. It's a classic.

    3. I am not a member of the BDSM community, just someone who enjoys reading BDSM fiction. Since I enjoy reading BDSM romance and am open to learning about things that might enhance my personal life, I decided to check this book out. I did occasionally skim through the chapters that were not applicable to me or did not interest me yet I was careful to base my star rating solely on the material I did read. This book was highly recommended by a knowledgeable couple in a 24/7D/s relationship. It was cr [...]

    4. When my girlfriend and I took our questions about our burgeoning interest in BDSM to our more experienced friends in Washington D.C they recommended that we start with this book, and it's sisterThe New Bottoming Book. The authors write with wit and compassion, making this a fun, sexy, and comforting read.It's important to remember, however, that this isn't a 'how-to' manual. It won't tell you how to play BDSM games with your lover - at most, there are a few scenes you might find interesting. It [...]

    5. Excellent resource about topping for beginners that skims the various ways someone might want to top, what their responsibilities are to their bottoms, and a deeper look at the emotions that can be invoked playing this way. I had a lot of fun reading it, making the attached video review (youtu/dIuHyEtOrXg), and expect to be returning to it periodically. Highly recommended for both beginners, and for writers who want to include these kinds of scenes in their own work.

    6. A great foundation for exploring the Topping side of power exchange. Definitely a must have staple for any BDSM collection.I reviewed this book on my blog The Unlaced Librarian. The review can be found here: theunlacedlibrarian.c

    7. Very good guide on navigating the "dominating" part of D/S relationships. Great sections on communication and dealing with your own negative energy. Excellent chapters on toys. Note to self: must buy more blindfolds.

    8. I thought this book was a great introduction into the complex and diverse world of S/M. I would recommend this book to someone with no knowledge of the world and who wants to dive in one toe at a time.

    9. This is an okay book to start out with for new tops. Explains some of the situations which may throw a new Top into a spin.

    10. I was very meh on this book. Someone else loaned it to me, so I figured I'd take a shot at it. I wasn't super impressed, to be honest. Granted, none of this was really new information to me, so unless you're an absolute beginner I'd suggest looking elsewhere. To be nit-picky, I found some of the "interludes" to be a little too purple-prosey for my taste. Also, the chapter on spirituality kind of threw me for a curve ball, and not in a good way. The book also seemed rather repetitive at times. Bu [...]

    11. Klasika. Překvapila mě kapitola o kulturních traumatech a práci s nimi v rámci erotických her, musím si o tom zjistit víc.

    12. I read this non-fiction, educational BDSM book along with another one that contrasted greatly. The other was like an encyclopedia with editorial comments. This one is written more like a journey through the thoughts and emtotions of the power exchange. The other was about the facts. This one is about the feels. I enjoyed both books but they do serve distinctly different purposes. As other reviewers have said, this book is not a how to. There is practical advice but it's more filled with understa [...]

    13. I read this book mainly because I wanted to understand top headspace better (yes, this is what I read as writing research), and I think it was possibly the wrong expectation for this book. While it is a solid book with many practical beginners' recommendations, I did not find a connection to the content, and thus, for me, ultimately reading the book did not give me any new information and it didn't give me a deeper understanding, either.

    14. Really interesting, fairly comprehensive overview of ethics and communication skills for kinky relationships written by two queer (white) women, one of whom is also a therapist. I specify white because they make overtures to talking about race-related power dynamics and POC in the kink community, but don't get much farther than mere acknowledgement.

    15. This was a fairly comprehensive beginners' guide. It was well written, lively, and approachable. All good things. If it has a strength, it is that the authors, Dossie Easton and Janet Hardy, are very concerned with making sure that there is something useful for any new or would-be top who reads this book. The trade-off is that this is an extremely generalist book that is not going to be fully applicable to individual circumstances.Note well: this is not a how-to manual. There are no guides to kn [...]

    16. Je possède celui ci (en française "l'art de dominer") et son pendant ""l'art d'être soumis". J'ai plutôt aimé "l'art d'être soumis" car il me correspondait mieux mais les deux sont assez bienveillant. Cet ouvrage est écrit par deux femmes pratiquant le bdsm, étant elles mêmes queer et hétéro pour la seconde mais dans les deux cas kinkster et donc marginales sexuellement. Il est plus épais que "l'art d'être soumit" et regorge de conseils très utiles pour qui veut dominer de manière [...]

    17. The original version (The Topping Book) was published in 1994. The edition (The New Topping Book) I read was published ten years later. lists another edition that was published in 2011, which may be more current in terms of terminology regarding the internet (or the ‘Net as they say in the second edition).I’m a sub, obviously, but I’m also new to the BDSM scene and want to learn as much as I can. This is my first non-fiction reading in book form (I’ve read a good amount on FetLife and o [...]

    18. These Easton books taught me absolutely nothing about how to approach topping, bottoming, or a poly lifestyle. All they say is to communicate and sit patiently with whatever your partner has to say unless it cramps your poly style -- hey what a great idea! to talk to your partner! & your "wrong"-headed feelings of jealousy will magically go away if you just talk yourself out of them. There is very little practical advice about how to find community, multiple approaches to different types of [...]

    19. There may come a time in your life where an, in hindsight, obviously abusive relationship leaves you completely disassociated from your body and sexuality.In times like that, I should think, it is only right and natural to go back to your roots. Reconnect with yourself on a fundamental level, remind yourself who you are and what it is that you like. A person who tore you apart is one thing, allowing their influence to keep you from the fullness of life even after they’re gone is quite another. [...]

    20. I bought this book recently as an addition to my research/resources library and am not sorry I did so. While this is not a how to manual on BDSM, it is a very good introductory guide to S/M from the point of view of the Top or Dominant side of a D/s S/M relationship and I found it a quick, easy read and a good refresher for me.I'd recommend it as a good primer for anyone who is interested in S/M or who is interested in writing about S/M.The book divides itself between giving some practical advic [...]

    21. I received this book from a wonderful mentor and found it to be a solid read. The writing style is casual yet highly informative; much like sitting down with an educated friend over a beer chatting over some topic they're passionate about. While this is not a direct how-to guide as far as explicit techniques, etc, it does serve as a great guide for navigating the BDSM community. The focus is, of course, on the top's mindset and how to channel those, but I appreciate how they related that to the [...]

    22. A “top” is someone who is dominant in sexual situations, including kink encounters (known as “scenes”). This book is intended as a handbook for learning to top safely, responsibly, and effectively.Generally good content. I liked that they frequently described how a successful scene should make everyone involved feel.The downside is that it wasn't very well-organized and felt rambly.If you're looking for a general intro to kink, I recommend “Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns.” If yo [...]

    23. A really good place to start - or refresh your memory, or rediscover yourself or your playing partner(s). I like the tone & style, and how much it covers without feeling overwhelming or "trying too hard". It puts into words things that you may have thought about but didn't have clear enough in your head, and plays with different ideas of what topping and bottoming can mean, giving examples while also stating very clearly that everyone creates their own "Top". It is also a super quick read, b [...]

    24. If you are already a perverted, cruel, bossy, demanding, in control kind of lover . . . perhaps this book will make you feel a little more comfortable about the fact that these are not unwanted attributes, and in fact there are those out there who would want exactly those qualities when receiving your affections. Like most books on BDSM I've read, there is fair coverage of consent, safety, some basic scenarios, history & advice from the writers. Particularly, there are sections on how to tre [...]

    25. I ended up getting this book because I have a fascination with the BDSM lifestyle. As someone who is totally new to this and wanted a good place to start, this book fits the ticket. It is not a very technical book (actually, it isn't technical at all). So if you are looking for a book that tells you how to tie bondage rope knots, this isn't it. This book is all about getting into "Top Space", to help you embrace your inner toppiness. It certainly made me think about myself and how I relate to se [...]

    26. By no means an "Idiot's Headstart How-To" manual (the authors suggest some practical guides on some of the common topics) but a pretty good high-level overview. Attention given to finding oneself, getting started, discussion with partners, and how to deal with some of the complicated interpersonal issues that might come up. It seems like it would be worth the time to read the companion "New Bottoming Book" and skimming what I expect will be redundant parts (communicate, communicate, communicate) [...]

    27. I love this book. Far more than a technical manual, it gets deep into the psychology of topping. It helps explain the kind of mindset you have to have for a successful kink encounter as a top. After all, everything else is secondary. You don't need floggers or props or anything but yourself to top. Also, importantly, it doesn't make any assumptions about which "types of people" prefer to top. Anyone can enjoy either role.

    28. A good and sensitive introduction to a still much maligned sexual orientation I'm only just starting to come out as. It's a bit *too* American in some places, though, and concentrates a lot on the safety associated with pain, which is not the aspect of Topping I most identify with just yet. It's definitely only a book for beginners.

    29. One of my favorites on the subject - concise, funny, full of good stories. It's a bit like having a conversation about kinky stuff with your friends instead of reading about it in a leather manual. Less formal, but more relatable. Plus it's short and easy to read. This and the Bottoming Book are the two things from my pervert collection that I lend out and/or are borrowed the most.

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