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Lord Morpheous Releases Book, How to be Knotty: The Essential Guide to Modern Rope Bondage

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NEW YORK, NY – Sex educator, author and photographer Lord Morpheous announces the release of his newest educational book, How to be Knotty: The Essential Guide to Modern Rope Bondage, on Tuesday, March 21st in the U.S. and then on March 31st in Canada.

“We all have passions in life… as most people know, mine is rope,” begins Morpheous by way of introduction in his new how-to tome, adding that his particular passion “involves quickened breath, marks left on the skin and the distinct noise of someone squeaking and writhing in a barely-concealed orgasm.”

With descriptive step-by-step color photos also shot by the author, Morpheous instructs would-be erotic rope wranglers the exquisite beauty of intertwined fascination and fear, while explaining its historic origins to curious new users.

The book also includes a glowing Foreword from adult superstar – and rope bondage enthusiast – Tera Patrick: “Morpheous and his beautiful ways of executing his passion are displayed here… as you peruse through here I hope you will feel it too. You may discover, like I did, how much you did not know before! New ties, tips, tricks! Beautiful women bent and bound before you.. breathtaking images…”

How to be Knotty: The Essential Guide to Modern Rope Bondage is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, kinky people’s favorite sex shops The Pleasure Chest,  Hustler Hollywood, and other selected nationwide retailers.

For more information about How to be Knotty and Morpheous’ previous books, Bondage Basics: Naughty Knots and Risqué Restraints You Need to Know, How to be Kinky: A Beginner’s Guide to BDSM and How to Be Kinkier: More Adventures in Adult Playtime, visit LordMorpheous.com.

ABOUT LORD MORPHEOUS:

Morpheous is a Canadian sex educator, author, photographer, and kinkster based in New York. How to be Knotty: The Essential Guide to Modern Rope Bondage is his third book for Green Candy Press, (following his popular BDSM books How to be Kinky: A Beginner’s Guide to BDSM and How to be Kinkier: More Adventures in Adult Playtime) and fourth book overall (his literary repertoire also includes Bondage Basics: Naughty Knots and Risqué Restraints You Need to Know).

Morpheous’s work is archived in the Sexual Representation Collection of the University of Toronto’s Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, the Leather Archives and Museum in Chicago, Museum of Sex in NYC and National Archives of Canada, as well as published in the new Human Sexuality textbook for psychology students from Oxford University Press.

Morpheous has taught workshops on rope bondage and its aesthetics, fetish photography and advanced/beginner BDSM, catering to professional dominants and submissives, reaching out to both academic and kink-aware safer sex organizations, as well as performing in rope bondage expos the world over.

He is also the founder of Morpheous’ Bondage Extravaganza, the world’s largest public rope bondage event, with upwards of 6000 spectators in cities around the world, with 75,000 more online viewers. The event started as a part of Toronto’s annual Nuit Blanche all-night art festival, then expanded to include MBE nights across the world, including Sydney, Rio de Janeiro, Manila, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Montreal, Vienna, Orlando, Florida and more. Check out mbeworldwide.com.

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Brian S. Gross | BSG PR | 818.340.4422 | brian@bsgpr.com | @bsgpr

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