On the Safe Edge
A Manual for SM Play
Trevor H. Jacques and Others
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Now in digital format, this best seller answers the questions a novice might have as he or she begins to explore safer BDSM sex play, and those of experienced players trying new ways to play. It is used as the course reference book for SM seminars as far afield as Toronto, London, and San Francisco, and it has been used as a reference for BDSM safety pamphlets world-wide.
“The authors have definitely achieved their ambitious goal. On The Safe Edge is the only SM how-to book that is going to work well as a continuing reference book. As a former college professor, text book author, and frequent SM teacher, I can only say to the authors,"Well done! I look forward to using your text to teach a course.”
Anthony DeBlase, editor emeritus, Drummer magazine and designer of the Leather Pride flag
“It’s difficult to imagine a more thorough, responsible, joyful guide to this most theatrical of pleasure worlds. ...If it’s a door you hope to open one day (or have passed through many times already), take my advice: check your prospective Top’s or Bottom’s bookshelf first. Make sure this book is on it.”
Gerald Hannon, The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper, Toronto
“...explicit (and humorous) how-to manual.”
Details magazine, New York
“...a real beauty. A pearl in an ocean of junk. It’s far better than most of the books I’ve read in these last years, ...it’s fun to read and I learned a lot, not only about S&M, but about myself. And that’s a big achievement.... Loved it Trevor.”
Jürgen Boedt, editor, Secret Magazine, Brussels
“On The Safe Edge sets itself up as a manual on how to play SM safely. What it achieves, however, is the status of The Definitive Bible of SM.... Unusually for a manual (even a manual on sex), I found the book completely gripping. It is written in a very friendly and down-to-earth style, and made the process of learning... fun! Put this book on your bookshelf. It is truly invaluable.”
Scotsgay Magazine, Edinburgh