BDSM 101



Rev. Jen charmed readers with her memoirs Elf Girl and Live Nude Elf, chronicling her meteoric rise from art school misfit to neighborhood celebrity and all-around-good-time gal. With BDSM 101, she moves into decidedly kinkier territory.


A contributor to Penthouse and Nerve, Rev. Jen has been coaching readers about sex for years and is a self-proclaimed authority on BDSM—with experience to back it up. She spent her early twenties working as a professional submissive at a swanky Manhattan dungeon before becoming a sex surrogate for a renowned therapist, and she shares insight into this misunderstood world.


“If you want to know what to do with rope, clothespins, handcuffs, dirty words, and much more, her tell-it-like-it-is advice is perfect for the curious kinky newcomer.”

She covers bondage and discipline; dominance and submission; and sadism, masochism, and sadomasochism. Practical instructions are given on safety, communication, spanking, flogging, fetishes, humiliation, dirty talk, and more. Included are steamy, sometimes ridiculous anecdotes from Jen’s past (how did this patron saint of the uncool become an accidental sex expert?), interviews with her zany artist friends, and illustrations to guide the way.


BDSM 101 is something you’ll want to read aloud at parties—just make sure it ends up back on your nightstand! Rev. Jen’s tips and tricks will become an indispensible addition to your library of perversion.

About the Author

Rev. Jen is a writer, poet, painter, and performer who has gained popularity in the underground film industry via acting and directing various productions. She is the author of multiple books including Elf Girl and Live Nude Elf: The Sexperiments of Reverend Jen and has also been a columnist forPenthouse and Nerve. She is the founder of Art Star Scene magazine and the cofounder of ASS Studios. She resides in New York City with her dog, Rev. Jen Jr.


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