Not all Families use protocols.
Not all Families use protocols. Those that do use protocols in their relationship range from using only a few protocols to having an extensive Protocol Manual written out for the slave’s use. Those who use common Leather protocols may use them slightly differently.
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This book does deliver what it promises: It's a series of essays from dominant and submissives of varying walls of life describing their own experiences with protocol. This is not a how-to guide. I thought several of the essays were well-written and useful. Half of the essays were so similar as to be completely redundant. I was expecting a variety of techniques, not a bunch of letters from people that have been in different situations. It could be insightful for the right person.
This issue contains articles from Masters and slaves that represent divergent views.
Protocols: A Variety of Views (Power Exchange Books Resource Series). Morgynn (Issue coordinator). This issue contains articles from Masters and slaves that represent divergent views. More importantly, many of these articles discuss the philosophical basis for the way protocols have developed within their Families. The reason that protocols vary so much between Families is that protocols serve a few important aspects of a power exchange or authority exchange relationship: Protocols give the Master/Dom an opportunity to shape the daily structure of life with a slave/submissive.
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Protocols: A variety of views Then, at the urging of an acquaintance, I read Robert Rubel’s Protocols: Handbook for the female slave (Nazca Plains, 2006)
Protocols: A variety of views. As many of you know, the topic of protocols is near and dear to my heart. So, I hope you enjoy this book, and also the entire Resource Series that I put out. In Leather Heart and Spirit, Dr. Bob. Contents. Then, at the urging of an acquaintance, I read Robert Rubel’s Protocols: Handbook for the female slave (Nazca Plains, 2006). What an eye-opener! I instantly became the biggest proponent of protocols that can be found, and I have continued to pursue a strong interest in the subject.
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Rubel, R. and Morgan, L. (2008) Protocols, a Variety of Views Las Vegas: Nazca Plains, ISBN 978-1934625873
Rubel, R. (2008) Protocols, a Variety of Views Las Vegas: Nazca Plains, ISBN 978-1934625873. Rubel, R. and Laura, S. (2008) The Art of Slavery Las Vegas: Nazca Plains
Robert J. Rubel, PhD. This book is dedicated to all of you who have the personal courage .
Robert J. This book is dedicated to all of you who have the personal courage to explore this form of structured relationship. Into that gap has stepped my friend Robert Rubel, and this very valuable book. In many ways, this is a time of great pioneering in regards to M/s relationships. Robert addresses "household" protocols and how the "leather family" might behave, both toward each other and toward the outside world, including agreements and commitments. He also covers methods for resolving problems in a constructive, mutually respectful manner, and he provides excellent material on communications skills.
Power Exchange Books’ Resource Series. Issue Coordinator (2008) Protocols, a Variety of Views: A Power Exchange Resource Book. Collectively, these books were called Power Exchange Books’ Resource Series. Las Vegas: Nazca Plains, ISBN 978-1934625873.