The Dictionary of Scene-Friendly Terms
by Jack Rinella
Did you ever wonder what that guy meant when he used that word at the munch? Did you ever want to know what a certain fetish really was? Have you ever been embarrassed to ask that top or bottom what she was talking about? Finally here’s a handy Dictionary of Scene-Friendly Terms.
Compiled from the glossaries of Polyamory, The New Love Without Limits by Deborah Anapol, Learning the Ropes by Race Bannon, Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism by Molly Devon and Philip Miller, Partners in Power by Jack Rinella, and SM101 by Jay Wiseman, The Dictionary is sure to become the authoritative source for answering “What do you mean?”
With the more than 350 entries, you’ll find a list of abbreviations, a short hanky code, and a list of fetishes. After all, do you know what CHDW is or the difference between TS and TV? How about what a red hanker chief means or the names of nearly 50 fetishes? You’ll probably want to look up the definition of flying, grex, and a Katherine wheel, as well as the definitions (yes it’s plural) of the word boy.
- Jack Rinella, June 2011
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