Fetish Sex Book Review

July 12th, 10   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   1 Comment
Fetish Sex Book Review

The cover for the book

Fetish Sex is written by Violet Blue and published by Daedalus Publishing with extra erotic writings by Thomas Roche. It’s a soft-cover book with black and white pages that includes 223 pages about fetishes divided into ten different chapters. The front shows a picture of a beautiful woman, nude, but wearing red latex gloves that cover her chest with the words “Fetish Sex” written at the top. The back includes “Fetish Sex” in big words with little words explaining the book. Since the front isn’t too bad, I’d say you could read this in public if you could put the cover of the book up against a hard surface, but I did choose to read it at all home instead after purchasing this book from Eden Fantasys.

Even though it’s taken me awhile to get around to reading this book, I still feel like it was worth my time to have read it. It’s a book fully about fetishes. Violet Blue writes the book two points of view at the same time – someone who wants to learn about their own fetish and someone who discovered thier partner has a fetish. At the same time, the book easily can be related to someone who is just curious about the whole world of fetishes and just wants more information. Violet Blue never really “addresses” each of these three crowds, but she does give good information for each party involved – even though that just want to learn more about each fetish.

Fetish Sex Book Review

The back cover of the book

Now, you could just purchase the book and go through and only read those fetish passages that related only to you. It’s written where that’s possible and you won’t really miss much about the fetish you are looking for. However, I feel like reading the entire book is much more of a complete experience. It would cover the basics of fetishes, why people have them, what fetishes people have, and how you can apply those fetishes in your own relationships. I feel like knowing about fetishes other than your own would actually be a neat thing to know about.

In fact, I’m pretty far into BDSM, and it taught me a new thing. I honestly never knew there was a fetish for ears including entire websites just made up of pictures of ears. That’s so neat! Not my fetish, but still an interesting thing. Just makes you wonder what specifically makes a person attracted to an ear.

The book is well-written with Violet Blue really walking the reader through the basics of a fetish in a humorous, fun-to-read manner. The lessons she was teaching were extremely easy to learn, and it was enjoyable to read her comments about the fetishes. I really enjoyed how she’d give a list of things that the bottom and the top could both do in each fetish situation. It served as neat inspiration for future scenes that I might want to do.

Fetish Sex Book Review

Example of the inner text

Something else that’s extremely awesome? Thomas Roche was invited to write erotica for the book. Every couple chapters, one of Roche’s stories will be interjected (usually at about five or six pages long). The erotic story deals with whatever subject we had just left off on on the previous chapter. The erotic stories were written really well and included stories about a human puppy, medical play,

The book starts off with three basic chapters about fetishes. This includes the very basics about why people have them and if it makes them sick, how to approach your partner with your fetish or how to act if you’re approached, and how to bring the fetish into both of your sex lives.

After that, it moves on to the actual chapters of the fetishes. You see, in this book, some of the fetishes that are covered have full chapters. The full chapter fetishes are: Role-playing, Fetish Dressing, Human Animals, Cross-dressing and Sissies, and Medical Play and Adult Babies. Like stated before, each chapter explains what it is, why someone does it, what things they could be attracted to, and gives ways to have a scene involving the fetish object.

After that, there’s a “random” chapter basically of all of the fetishes that didn’t get a full chapter like watersports, fat admirers, nose, breasts, ears, pregnancy, scat, balloons, and many others. These mostly just have a paragraph explaining what the fetish is and what the person may be attracted to.

The last chapter in the book is all about the fetish “rules” such as having safe sex, always getting consent, and never putting unsafe things in your bum. Just regular risk information, but it’s still useful to read. There’s even handy charts in this chapter about how much risk you are at risk for for all sorts of sexual activities such as oral sex and ejaculating in someone’s nose. (?)

So who is this book most useful for? Honestly, anyone that has an interest in fetishes, has one, or is living with someone who has one. This is a pretty basic level book, but it does a great job of explaining all of the basic (and not so basic!) fetishes, so I can forgive it since an “in-depth” book would be humongous if it had all the fetishes. Violet Blue even lists some resources/websites/books in the back for each fetish in case you want more information over it, so she does provide help if you want it.

Really, though, I’m impressed with Fetish Sex and would highly recommend it to anyone seeking to learn more about fetishes. It’s explained in a non-judgmental manner that makes you feel safe and comfortable while reading the book. This sex toy store sells this bondage and fetish book, so pick up Fetish Sex today. Using the EdenFantasys discount code “EP4” at checkout will earn you 15% off your total purchase.

product picture
Book by Violet Blue
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Daedalus Publishing

1 Comment on "Fetish Sex Book Review"

Brittany says...
July 17th, 2010

This looks to be a good read. I know alot of friends with fetishes so i’ll recommend this.




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