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Yes Ma'am by Cheyenne Mack, a veteran in the Kink community, is aimed at helping submissives accept themselves and safely navigate through today’s advancements and pitfalls. It begins with a general introduction to fetishes, how they begin at puberty, usually involving an event that centers on an object or activity causing sexual excitement or a sexual response. The author offers many ways to revel in the joy of self-acknowledgment and suggests daily affirmations such as, “I accept and embrace my kinky nature.” This book also explains the nature and possible personality of those more likely to be involved in BDSM, with advice on how they are to be dealt with, the how and when to surrender, and other tips for a lasting relationship.
Yes Ma'am by Cheyenne Mack is also a practical guide in joining any of such BDSM groups and contains much advice and short tips about expected behavior and other actions for making a good impression. Actions one has to keep in mind for maintaining strict protocol, like ‘opening the door’ for the mistress, ‘pulling a chair out’ when needed, as well as not casting aggressive glances, is given due attention. Now that you have an idea of how to behave, it is time to brave the stormy seas of finding the right Mistress, the author encourages the reader. Not being a professional expert in this field, I am unable to opine on the quality of this advice per se, but the author seems to have covered all sides of this issue and listed practical suggestions, making this book quite valuable to those inclined to follow such a path.