Elizabeth is a sociologist, writer, strategist, and coach whose work helps people increase satisfaction and success by building community, improving relationships, and changing lives.
Bound: A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story, is a sociologically-informed memoir about sexuality, illness, caregiving, and a daughter helping her mother face the end of life just as she’s started to truly enjoy it. (Coming August 13th, or maybe a little sooner, to a bookstore or library near you.)
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Bound is a deeply honest, unflinching portrait of a daughter’s relationship with her mother at the end of life. In this affecting memoir, the intimacies of an aging woman’s lifestyle of kink and bondage become fascinating metaphors for hospital life, medical care and physical dependence during illness and dying. Bound is both a brilliant meditation on helplessness and power, and a stirring testament to the strength of bonds between people who care for each other.~ Victoria Pitts-Taylor, Professor of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Wesleyan University, and author of The Brain’s Body: Neuroscience and Corporeal Politics