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A Bondage Primer

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A Bondage Primer - Story Related Links

The following are links to sites I've found while doing research for this story. The list isn't exhaustive, since I've intentionally left out sites I think might give spoilers, but my hope is that there's enough here to let you figure out if the story is right for you (or give you something extra to read afterwards). However, I ask that you try not to infer too many specifics based on what you find on these sites. I write fiction, not fact, and will completely ignore reality if I think it'll make the story better.

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No research links yet.

Original Story Links

The sites below used to be linked within the story, but I decided to take them out, since that kind of thing won't work in print, and I plan to publish this story someday. If you want to know what McKenzie is looking at on the Web, check out the links. Some of the sites no longer exist, but I've listed the original URLs in case they help me (or someone else) find them again.

BDSM Handbook (Tangled Web)

I orginally found this on Sexuality.org, but it doesn't appear to exist there anymore, so I did a search and found it at the above link. When I was first writing A Bondage Primer, I found the Handbook to be highly informative regarding how the "community" sees BDSM. That was very helpful, since my views are not necessarily the mainstream.

The Contract

The site doesn't seem to exist anymore, but I found this link to a single page on the Wayback Machine.

Definitions of D/s Relationships

Same as above.

BDSM Archive of Sexuality.org

The site doesn't have all the information it used to. My favorite articles, which I mention in the story, appear to be gone.

Sites That No Longer Seem To Exist


I think the article was called something like Slavery vs. Submission and dealt with the differences between the two (the first, you're supposedly in it for life, the other you could walk away from).


I'm pretty sure this article was by the same author who wrote the one above and dealt with the topic of Consensual Slavery (and the arguments for and against the concept, the idea being you can only consent up to the point you agree to be a slave, after that, you don't have the option of refusing, so some say it can no longer be termed consensual, therefore "consensual slavery" is a kind of paradox).


This was the BDSM homepage on About.com.


A word of warning about this site should it ever appear again. When I first read it, I found this site very informative regarding the submissive's perspective (I'm dominant). Then the site seemed to become a porn site, and I found out through several other Web sites that people had allegedly been abused by the couple who ran the site, and then the site came back for a little while, before completely disappearing again. I have no way of knowing whether any of the allegations are true, but let this be a caveat for anything you read on the Internet—take it with a grain of salt, check the information against multiple sources, and use common sense. That goes for all the links listed here. Just because it's in print doesn't mean it's true or accurate.