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Family Jewels: A Guide to Male Genital Play and Torment Paperback – June 28, 2001
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Hardy Haberman (born July 27, 1950) is an American author, filmmaker, educator, designer living in Dallas, Texas. He is a prominent figure in the leather/fetish/BDSM community, and a frequent speaker at leather events and contests..
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The first part of this book delves into devices and safety. There are lengthy descriptions of everything, and it reads more like a manual than something meant to entertain.
The second part of the book is a collection of stories from cbt scene play experiences.
I personally would have preferred an entire collection of cbt scene stories, but I'm not going to knock off a star because I thought that this book covered cbt very thoroughly.
If you're interested in practicing cbt but don't know anything about it, then I would say this book is a must have. It's very educational for the novice cbt practitioner. If you're looking for a read that will be more entertaining than educational though, you might want to spend your money elsewhere.
The only thing I didn't really like about this book was that there is a whole lot of advertising for other books inside. This might be off-putting to some readers, as it does happen so frequently that at times it feels like you're being advertised to while you're reading. I honestly don't think that was the author's intentions though. I believe that the books that were mentioned (albeit repeatedly sometimes) were to give readers suggestions for other accurate BDSM manuals. Cause, let's face it, most BDSM books out there don't really know what they're talking about. And judging from how thorough this manual was, I'm pretty sure his suggestions were good ones.
However, it didn't give step by step instructions on how to do certain types of CBT.
It gave scenarios about things that could go wrong during play & this mostly scared me into not wanting to do this to my partner. It had hardly any pictures & the ones it did were not helpful.
Also the writing style & editing were very juvenile.
If you are trying to learn techniques, I suggest you look elsewhere.