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This book provides a soft approach to the sometimes daunting world of male chastity. Non-threatening and female-friendly this book is ideal for first time keyholders who want to learn about and understand male chastity.
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|SKU / Product Code||1759|
|Height||1 cm (.39 inches)|
|Length||19.8 cm (7.5 inches)|
|Product Weight||0.145 kg|
|Width||12.7 cm (5 inches)|
It appears from the book description, as well as many teviews I have read on Amazon, that this book is written from a female's perspective, and that the target audience is *female* keyholders. So my question is for someone who has read it: Am I correct?
The reason I ask is because I am looking for something like this which is written from a male's perspective, which is written for potential *male* keyholders.
If this is in fact written from a female instead of a male keyholder's perspective, can you suggest any resource which may fit our needs better?
I have personally read this book and I can confirm that it is indeed written from a female perspective to the audience of a female keyholder with a male chastity slave. A female perspective in a female led relationship with a man. Being a female keyholder for male chastity slaves who aren't my partner I found I could only relate to some but not all of the content.
At this point I have not come across a guide for keyholders written from a male keyholder perspective either male -male or male - female. If one exists it will more than likely be in e-book format.