As a former fetish model myself, I can attest that this follow-up to How to Be Kinky: a Beginner's Guide to Bdsm
shows the painstaking approach Morpheous uses regarding the ins-and-outs of BDSM, ensuring that any and all loose ends are properly tied up (and I promise to stop using such atrocious puns.... ;) .
In How to Be Kinkier, Morpheous takes the already-impressive array of kinky possibilities he addressed in his previous book and expands upon them considerably. This takes the form of everything from how to make proper use of the myriad new toys available to how to handle new social relationships within the kinky family, all with an authority which reveals that the author is putting his degree in education to good use (whether the subject is "shop" or "psychology".... ;) .
His expertise and experience in this area shows in even the merest sentence of his work. To use one brief example, he at one point states that if one's "pirate" fantasy scenes continually employ bondage as an element, one may wish to expand upon that area and thus open up countless new and innovative scene possibilities (after all, the "B" is where it is in "BDSM" for a reason....) This was mentioned so effortlessly as to seem almost casual, and yet it affected me personally as I recalled why I liked the 1942 pirate film The Black Swan so very much when I was 15: the scenes in which Maureen O'Hara is overpowered and tied up by Tyrone Power or other male cast members (fortunately I immediately recognized this fetish for what it was, as I was fortunate enough to have been a child at the tip of the tail end of the time when it was still acceptable to depict bondage often on mainstream television).
Never has an "educational textbook" been so arousing and evocative! Morpheous displays mastery of his subject matter with all the fullness of a royal banquet, and as with such a feast there is much virtually anyone will find to their taste!!