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Say Please: Lesbian BDSM Erotica Paperback – April 17, 2012
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BDSM Book Reviews
"For those who enjoy pain and pleasure as a sensual cocktail, the imagination has no limits. Say Please: Lesbian BDSM Erotica is a collection of short erotic fiction from assorted authors as editor Sinclair Sexsmith compiles some of the best stories in the genre, focusing on stories of power, dominance, submission, humiliation, and punishment. Say Please is a strong pick for any assortment of fiction looking to add something that has a good deal of spice to it."
Midwest Book Review
"Once of the main things I liked about this erotic collection was the fact that it is so unique. It’s very difficult to find any BDSM book that focuses on lesbians only, and that’s exactly what this book did. The book includes a lot of women strapping on cocks/dildos, but the book is focused on the power exchange between the two females as well as the kink and BDSM. Again, though, the power exchange is the biggest feature in most of the stories, and the bottom submits quite freely while the top takes the power and uses it for deliciously kinky things."
Pop My Cherry Reviews
"The writers in Say Please aren't afraid to get dirty. Although Dusty Horn's narrator is referring to her unpolished boots, hot lines like "When you see me filthy, you know I mean it" are just dripping with innuendo and vulgar promises. And she makes good. As I turned the final page, I melodramatically went into mourning. Say Please had me practically begging for more. It got me saying please. I bet it'll get you too."
"Definitely one of the best anthologies I’ve read, overall content quality was superb. The anthology is heavy with butch/femme characters, which I’d expected so I was happy to see a butch-butch pairing and gender binary non-conforming characters as well. I’m hoping to see these kinds of characters become more common in queer erotica, partly because I think its great to expose the erotica reading public to experiences and desires of transgressive people. But Say Please is more than a collection of hot sex scenes. No really. Great depictions of realistic D/s, with negotiation and communication and respect aspects of D/s that are vital to mutually satisfying experiences. Consent is Sexy! Pass it on "
"Whether you're a super-kinky mofo or just window shopping in the world of bondage erotica, there is something for everyone in this book. And as an unapologetic intellectual elitist, let me take this moment to assure you that the writing is top-notch. Gone are those old teenage days of sneaking naughty queer books out of the library only to get home and realize they all suck (and not in the good way)."
From the Back Cover
Say the magic word and fulfill your deepest desires for discipline and surrender, domination and submission, and the heightened sensations of BDSM play. One request opens up a fantasy world of classic dungeon scenes, bondage and restraint, floggers and spankings, sadism and masochism, very hot sex and so much more. True to form, Sexsmith queers classic gender dynamics, with a femme daddy in Alysia Angel's "Feathers Have Weight," and genderqueer bois who earn their right to flag black in Sassafras Lowrey's "Black Hanky." In "The Cruelest Kind," Kiki DeLovely's naughty narrator gets her just desserts from her butch in a back alley. D.L. King's top makes her submissive strip before an unseen audience in "A Public Spectacle." Face slapping can be a hard limit or the most delicious craving, as Rachel Kramer Bussel's protagonist finds out in "A Slap in the Face." Whether you dream of surrendering to a lover or of weilding your power, Say Please to the erotic inspiration within.
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Top Customer Reviews
Lesbians come in all shades of gender expression, this is why I was disappointed by the hyper masculinization of tops and doms in this erotica collection. It's cool people like to use "daddy," "sir," and neutralish pronouns like "hym" and "ze" for their tops, but this is not a turn on for me and I doubt I'm the only one. I guess I expected more than one "Mistrss," Ma'am," "mommy" or feminine-like pronoun for tops in this collection, and when I say "more" I mean more than 2 stories! Almost all the tops in this collection are butch or masculine Identifed people, and this is disappointing considering not all lesbians are butches and certainly not all top/doms/switches are either. I think this book would be more aptly titled "queer Bdsm erotica" since it has more of a focus on gender play than any other kink in general (to the extent gender play is even kink at all, I always thought of it as vanilla since there are no implicit power roles or Even necessarily SM qualities).
Bottom line: if "sir" and "daddy" are turn offs for you, don't get this book!
If you find butch/femme dynamics tired and overused, don't get this book!
If you find on strap-on sex and penetration as a form of kink in erotica a turn off or tired, don't get this book!
Almost every story in this book incorporates this tired old shit.
I'm a dildo loving gender neutral butch, but honestly I could have been reading free straight Bdsm erotica with better plots and better characters.
I will also tell you that these pieces don't all fall into my standard definition of what we would normally call B, followed by the letters D, S, and finally M (apparently I can't write that down either, we'll see how this version goes.) So even if you wouldn't normally enjoy things pertaining to that acronym, get the book anyway. You won't regret it.
The 23 contributing authors include some names I am familiar with and some who are new to me.
As I think about the collection of stories a few surprised me with the direction it took. These are not the lesbians I would imagine. They are strong and strange in their gender bending. I was a bit surprised to find that almost every Dom in this book had a "cock" of some sort. There was very few Doms who made their subs serve them orally without it. Most of the characters in this book wield cocks and get off on pain (giving or receiving). In some stories the gender shifts enough that I forget what the players originally were. The story Strong had me so confused when she says "my submissive is both my girl and my boy". I forgot what's what and just tried to go with it. This story made me feel alienated. There is a place that gender doesn't matter, I just don't know how to get there no matter how sexy it seems.
Some of the stories were so very sexy. A Slap in the Face was a story that really appealed to me. Jade and Amber love to make a public spectacle of their power exchange. They push the limits by shocking a bar full of people with their almost "taboo" exchange of power. Hot sex on the edge of getting caught in an alley, I loved it!
Coming of Age was a trio of fun. Barely legal, a girl wants the attention of a Dom and the experience of playing. She wasn't expecting the competition of the full-time sub already there.Read more ›
This book will make you come. Together, alone, in groups. Finally, there is name to the nameless and an insiders answer to an erotic world of Lesbian BDSM. The book sets the stage with a brief introduction of what it means to partake in BDSM play, but the individual stories themselves define how many varieties this kind of play comes in. There are a myriad of ways that power play can manifest itself and "Say Please," takes you there.
Wendi Kali's "First Ride" speaks directly to my delicate girly heart, as power/foreplay are illustrated through everyday activities. Any moment or action is an opportunity to play up gender and sexuality, and this piece shows us the humility and energy that is Daddy/girl.
In "A Slap in the Face," the ultimate side of shame brought blood closer to my skin as Rachel Kramer Bussel delivers humiliation with a public alley slapping. What dirty girl doesn't want to be taken in an alley?!
"Housewife," takes gender role stereotypes and makes them porn. Gigi Frost shares the push/pull that comes from allowing someone to control/own/dominate you as an ultimate form of empowerment. Playing on the primal aspects of nitty gritty sex and desire, meshed together with the dynamics that gender roles/politics play...in this conflict, the cognition is what leads to the coming.
Each selection in "Say Please," takes fantasies, musings and ideas a step further as the writers share their points of view. This collection gives a voice to kinky queers and validates what we already knew...we know how to get it on.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This collection was nothing short of electrifying; I'm fairly new to Sinclair Sexsmith, but I adore Sugarbutch. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lucy S.
On the whole... not my thing. Way too much masculinity here. And I enjoy the BD in BDSM more than the SM for sure, I've discovered. Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer
A great collection of sexy and well written stories, with a good balance between the D/s and romantic relationships. Read morePublished on June 13, 2013 by Faux Fleur
The stories are not your typical sheltered/bored housewife falling for the lovable/wild butch so that was definitely a relief! Read morePublished on April 7, 2013 by Amazon Customer
If you want to read great bdsm and smut, read this. Just read it. Right now, no really, right this minute. Amazing anthology.Published on February 28, 2013 by Sage Shuffler
This is ok. It's very much the same story each time, different characters and different locations/environments. Bit of a change up would be greatPublished on December 31, 2012 by raezm
I'm new to lesbian erotica, especially with BDSM themes, and purchased this along with the "Sometimes She Lets Me" collection by Tristan Taormino - it's an amazing collection and... Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by LJS
This review is for a story called "Purge" on pg. 119. Wow, still digesting it... Needless to say, it was erotic, sexy, daring, and dangerous. Read morePublished on May 22, 2012 by Writyr