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The O&P website and blog, forums, and wiki are where most of my new writing on M/s appears. The IE website will stay online indefinitely to host the IE Essays and lili's writings.

Other Websites

Other websites which are relevant to Internal Enslavement in some way.

Born Slaves
  http://www.bornslaves.com/
A large site devoted to slave training, and although it talks of "developing slaves", it's philosophy is fundamentally different - it's based on the concept of a sudden rebirth as a slave, rather than a continuous evolution.

The Estate
  http://www.the-estate.com/
A "service training facility" in New York (they seem to have stopped describing themselves as "slave" trainers), and their website has a small number of very interesting articles about the training of servants. There was a discussion about the Estate on Efnet #submission. For a long while this was a cobweb site, but it has recently received a few additions and some rearrangement. There is also an associated essay on punishment.

B.E.S.T. Slave Training
  http://www.bestslavetraining.com/
CuffsMaster's site devoted to his psychological method of slave training (B.E.S.T is Behavior, Emotions, Self-Image and Thoughts.)

Frameworks for what we would call Service Training, including some discussion of the use of analysis to understand a slave's current state of mind:

Training a Slave by Stormcat
  http://dark.delusions.com/stormcat/training/

The Order for Discipline and Service
  http://www.disciplineandservice.org/

Peter Masters
  http://www.peter-masters.com/

Last updated 5 March 2004.

 
 
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