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Jay Wiseman's Erotic Bondage Handbook Paperback – May, 2000
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Jay Wiseman (Jay Joseph Wiseman)(born 1949) is an American BDSM writer and speaker. In 1991, Wiseman started the Greenery Press publishing house with his partner Janet Hardy, author "Lady Green" of The Sexually Dominant Woman. The publishing house grew to the point of publishing several titles a year, and they hired two other employees. As of 2006, Wiseman has written 11 books and dozens of articles in magazines from Playboy to Redbook.
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My main complaint is that I wish this book had twice as many pictures as it does. To me it is completely nuts to have a knot, technique, or harness explained but not illustrated.
So, if you're looking for Japanese style bondage, this is not the best book. However, I insist that every novice read it despite his/her preferred style. Just because this is probably the best source of info regarding all kinds of risks that we may face during our activity and the ways we can avoid them.
Also the book is a great source for beginners who want to try bondage and look for basic knots and harnesses. And in general "western type" of "sex-focused" bondage (let's say "tie and caress") is described very well here. But repeat again, 90% of value of this book is about safely. It's funny but among my kinky friends the general idea is "the book is a bit boring, because the author often says quite obvious things, but I have read it and can advise to others". I share this opinion.
The "illustrations" are hand drawn and terrible. It teaches you basic bondage but no technique. So as far as being creative this book doesn't give you the tools to do that at all.
In all honesty this book is kinda useless. I wouldn't even recommend it a complete newbie cause the foundations it teaches are all wrong and in no way shibari/kinbaku.
If you wanna learn true beautiful rope work/shibari style bondage for decoritive or sex, be able to create your own harnesses, develop your own style go get The Knotty Boys downloadable videos for FREE online. Get their books, which I have since purchased and LOVE, also youtube is super helpful. look up "twisted monk" "shibari" "tkb".