Emily Bingham

Writer-Instructor-Rope Slut

Cover and interior design by HardestWalk, photo by JSV photography, modeling by Emily Bingham

Cover and interior design by HardestWalk, photo by JSV photography, modeling by Emily Bingham

Diary of a Rope Slut combines memoir & erotica as Bingham offers rollicking sexual adventure & self-discovery while exploring the search for love with a kinky twist. Reflecting on her first thirty rope encounters, Bingham takes the reader deep into the world of BDSM. The longing for intimacy & connection explored while she's there is universal.  

ISBN #9780997319903

Released 5-3-16 and available in paperback & e-book

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Five years in the making, the must have memoir for rope fans and the rope curious alike is finally available. 

Get your copy today! Order at Powell's City of Books or from Amazon and other fine book sellers (coming soon).

Combining memoir and erotica, Emily Bingham offers bawdy literary pleasures in Diary of a Rope Slut. Rollicking sexual adventure and self-discovery intertwine as she explores the search for love with a kinky twist.

Rope has always been thrilling to Bingham. As a child she asked playground friends to tie her up with jump ropes. Years later, she would ask a lover to bind her, initiating Bingham’s discovery of erotic rope bondage and her decade-long journey through the revelations and pleasures of life in the world of BDSM. Reflecting on her first thirty rope encounters, Diary of a Rope Slut leads the reader through moments of learning and discovery, magical connection, awkward mishaps, and the harrowing evening when her consent was violated. Bingham’s brave and intelligent stories are bound up in moments of self-love and sexual discovery that will resonate with vanilla readers and filthy perverts alike. Honest, poignant, and astonishing, Bingham’s book also unflinchingly discusses the importance of consent and boundaries in kinky relationships.

Diary of a Rope Slut is a must-read for bondage enthusiasts, the rope-curious, and anyone seeking a smart, sexy book.

Diary of a Rope Slut breaks all the rules and all the hearts. An original, shameless memoir.
— Mo Daviau, author of Every Anxious Wave
An erotically charged, vulnerable, tangled quest into bondage. Emily Bingham delivers her personal journey into finding her submission, unflinchingly. Illustrating her most earnest beginnings, she humbly reveals her affinity for rope play through an incredible array of intimate, glamorous, and sometimes frightening adventures. An impressive memoir of self-discovery that leaves nothing out.
— Rose Caraway, writer and host of The Kiss Me Quick’s & The Sexy Librarian podcasts
Emily Bingham has enjoyed being tied up since she was four years old and she has been writing for almost as long. It all started with jump ropes on the playground and progressed to a full-on rope obsession. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she writes, teaches rope bondage, commits random acts of nudity for photography, and obsessively pets strangers’ dogs. Her erotica can be found in a number of Cleis Press anthologies, including The Sexy Librarian’s Big Book of Erotica, and online at her rope focused blog. She's available for readings and private rope classes.  Keep on eye on her upcoming events page to see if she'll be visiting a book store near you! Photo by P.D. Miller

Emily Bingham has enjoyed being tied up since she was four years old and she has been writing for almost as long. It all started with jump ropes on the playground and progressed to a full-on rope obsession. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she writes, teaches rope bondage, commits random acts of nudity for photography, and obsessively pets strangers’ dogs. Her erotica can be found in a number of Cleis Press anthologies, including The Sexy Librarian’s Big Book of Erotica, and online at her rope focused blog.

She's available for readings and private rope classes.  Keep on eye on her upcoming events page to see if she'll be visiting a book store near you!

Photo by P.D. Miller