Woof!: Perspectives Into The Erotic Care & Training of The Human Dog (Anglais) Broché – 2 novembre 2005
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The author states at the outset that he is a gay Master and can only write from that perspective. He expresses no disrespect to anyone in his opening statements, and in the text of his book, he makes references to pansexual lifestylers as well. The cartoons that appear throughout the book, however, are characteristic of gay literature, as are the advertisements and additions in the book. At times the language in the book does seem to cater specifically to gays and to exclude the non-gay population. While this feature of the book may disturb some readers, it is highly advisable that readers who find such signs of gender orientation troubling keep an open mind when reading the book, because the content is well worth reading for anyone who is involved in the lifestyle, if for the relevancy alone, because a more pragmatic manual would be hard to find.
It is only ten years old but does show "some" age but is still the best that is out there and very relevant and informative.
This book covers a number of areas as an introduction to playing as a human puppy and deals primarily with those who are gay males.
One is introduced to the concept, basic gear, various concerns and issues of safety as well as presenting some scenarios that bring further insight.
It is good for what it does but it does not really get into how puppy play fits into the kink or Leather/BDSM scene.
I set up an time to meet with an experienced handler/trainer after reading "Woof" but found "Bark!" answered many of my questions.
Puppy Play may stand alone for some but the two seem highly integrated and exploring both aspects will allow one to more comfortably fit into the scene.