Writing BDSM

I’ve been collecting posts by writers about BDSM in erotica and romance. In most cases, I haven’t read their fiction.

Informed Consent: Writing BDSM, the Abuse Clause, and the Rape “Fantasy” by Lucy Morgan

Short, but she makes some good points and correctly decodes  “BDSM”.  Not everyone does.

(It’s Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission, Sadism and Masochism)

Writer Wednesday: Dom It, NO! by D.F Krieger

Advice and warning to would-be BDSM erotica/romance writers.

Writing BDSM, by Lauren Dane

Not much more than the basics here, but it’s well-written and several good comments follow.

Consent Matters, by Scarlett Parrish 

This post addresses rape fantasies as well as more general concerns.

How to Think Kink, from BDSM month at the Dirty Birdies blog

And see other posts tagged as BDSM or BDSM month.

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More? I hope so.

I’ll give a copy of Make Mine to Go to anyone who sends me a link that I end up using. Be sure to mention this.

At least for now, I’m not going to include posts that criticize specific books to make the points.  If I obtain permission, I plan to share anonymized excerpts of such posts and I’d like to see more of them.  The book offer applies to that sort of post.

2 Responses to “Writing BDSM”

  1. BDSM WEEK – GUEST POST: Jack L. Pyke | "boys in our books" Says:

    […] RACK supports each participant defining the risks in their own context.” (Dilo Keith https://dilokeith.wordpress.com/resources/writing-bdsm/ […]


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