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Searching for Wanda (Anglais) Broché – 27 juillet 2010

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Glad I read it though 14 février 2015
Par Smart Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Lots of weird folks in the BDSM scene. My interest in BDSM decreased after reading this book. I think a lot of those stories in this book are nonsense, you would have to be really screwed up to be into that sort of thing. But then again, there are a lot of mentally ill people in the world. Glad I read it though, BDSM is something I now know enough about to stay away from.

One good point the book makes is this: No matter how many intense beatings you have, the thrill of such experiences are fleeting. However, the companionship of a good woman is enduring.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another FemDom magnum opus! Elise Sutton's best work to date! 15 décembre 2010
Par J. B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Approximately every three years Elise Sutton has bequeathed us FemDom aficionados with a magnum opus dedicated to the female domination lifestyle. What separates Ms Sutton's books from other FemDom tomes is the authenticity of her research. Although I find her books to be highly erotic, what distinguishes them from others is the way she masterfully uses the stimulating life experiences of genuine people to flesh out the didactic component of her books. Ms Sutton has a gift in creating a perfect blend to equally teach and entertain her readers. "Searching for Wanda" is her latest, and in my humble opinion, her best work to date.

Ms Sutton's research incorporates the wisdom from some of the great minds of the past two centuries as she examines masochism. Johann Jakob Bachofen, Richard von Krafft-Ebing, Sigmund Freud, Helene Deutsch, Theodor Reik, Gilles Deleuze, Carl Jung, Alfred Kinsey and many others are referenced, with a particular emphasis on the works of Theodor Reik. Notwithstanding, Ms Sutton is never shy about injecting her own observations and opinions, even when her estimations differ from past and present Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Sociologists.

The first half of "Searching for Wanda" is primarily about the life of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. His life story is most remarkable and I found it rather clever the way Ms Sutton categorized the chapters in the first half of her book based on the FemDom relationships Sacher-Masoch had with the women in his life, beginning with his adolescent connection with his Aunt Xenobia and continuing through to his final years and his relationship with his second wife, Hulda Meister. As she shares the particulars of Sacher-Masoch's life, Ms Sutton intermingles in bona fide experiences of current day FemDom couples who've had to deal with the effects of masochism.

The second half of "Searching for Wanda" uses four fictitious albeit famous female sadists, created by the fantasies of men within literature and film spanning from 1927 to present day, to further examine masochism while at the same time exploring sadism within women. My favorite chapter in the book was `Societal Evolution and the Emergence of Wanda' where Ms Sutton looks at female sadism and shares the results of a most interesting survey she conducted with forty-three dominant women to gauge their personal interests in the FemDom lifestyle.

The book is sandwich between two letters, the first chapter being a well-crafted and thought-provoking letter written by a masochist, addressed to Ms Sutton, seeking her opinion. The final chapter is her intelligent reply, encouraging him (and the readers of the book) to strive for a balanced FemDom relationship that is based on loving female authority.

I've greatly enjoyed all three of Elise Sutton's books and "Searching for Wanda" is no exception.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Fascinating Man; an Extraordinary Subject; a Captivating Read! 18 septembre 2010
Par William Penn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The life story of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch is most astonishing. As I was reading this book, I found myself contemplating why Hollywood has not made a film about his life. "Quills" gave us a glimpse into the mind and sexuality of Marquis de Sade but there has yet to be a film about the man from which a sexual term was invented to describe someone who gains pleasure in being dominated, abused and humiliated. That this man was a famous Austrian novelist who used his societal position and literary fame to seek out dominant women who would agree to abuse and humiliate him makes for a most intriguing tale.

In the Preface, the author recommends that the reader of "Searching for Wanda" first partake of her other two books in order to gain a basic understanding of the alternative lifestyle of a woman sexually dominating a man. After reading this most excellent book, I plan on reading her other two books but I disagree that they are a necessary prerequisite. "Searching for Wanda" stands on its own merit as probably the best contemporary work on the life of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, as well as tackling the psychology of masochism without an excess of analysis.

The book interweaves short stories of modern day masochists and D&S couples throughout the narrative of Sacher-Masoch's life. The second half of the book looks at several masochistic characters of literature while continuing to tell the real life tales of contemporary people who practice a sexuality where women dominate and humiliate men. There is an unambiguous erotic element to this book that will excite the senses of men who are sexually wired in a manner that is akin to Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.

However, it is the subject matter itself that makes this book an interesting read. If Hollywood were to pursue a film project about the life of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, this book just might serve as the foundation of the screenplay.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Searching for (more FemDom books like this) 30 septembre 2010
Par John - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've ordered dozens of FemDom themed books on Amazon over the years. Elise Sutton's books are by far the best. "Searching for Wanda" is both educational and erotic. It is educational in that the author informs the reader about the psychology behind masochism by presenting theories and opinions of men and women who've studied masochism, starting from the man (Krafft-Ebing) who classified masochism as a sexual abnormality and continuing with the theories of famous Psychologists and Psychiatrists, such as Freud, Deutsch, Reik, Deleuze, Jung, Kinsey and others. The book is also educational in that it examines the life of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, the man from whom Krafft-Ebing created the word `masochism'. The first half of "Searching for Wanda" is primarily about the life of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.

As she did with her other books, the author mixes in stories of current day couples that practice a form of female domination, with an emphasis on consensual female sexual sadism and male masochism. We read about men that seek out women who sexually humiliate them, whip them, feminize them, place them in chastity, make them into cuckolds, and expose them to other forms of S&M.

The second half of "Searching for Wanda" moves away from Sacher-Masoch and examines how masochism has evolved through both literature and in actual sexual practice between dominant women and submissive men. Sacher-Masoch's books, like "Venus in Furs", were erotic for his day but they were tame compared to what other masochists would later write. Sutton looks at some of these works that span from the 1920's to modern times, and she demonstrates how these works have influenced and validated the sexual desires of modern day masochists.

As is the case with all of Ms Sutton's books, "Searching for Wanda" is written to help those who are looking for answers about their sexuality while also entertaining those that want to enjoy their sexuality in a safe, sane and consensual manner.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 do not listen to Elise Sutton. She is wrong wrong wrong. 8 février 2015
Par sean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
not a good book. Elise Sutton has horrible ideas about femdom and she projects them on her reader. She mistakes for synonym sadist and dominant for example. In her warped understanding it is not possible to dominate another person without also inflicting pain on them. She is also an extremist sexist. She believes that woman dominate men within relationships because god made women superior to men. She believes that men are lesser beings than women and that they should be dominated with sadistic techniques because they do not deserve respect.

She is that cartoon dominatrix that is whipping guys and calling them names the whole time. Not because they have consented to the d/s relationship, but because she thinks women SHOULD abuse men.
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