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The Marketplace series

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  1. series comprises five novels by Laura Antoniou, which describe the experiences of the participants in a highly ritualized fictional BDSM secret society

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  2. notable for being focused as much on character development as erotica, and for the pansexual nature of its setting

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  3. The main thread through these books is the idea of the Marketplace, a secret society of both masters and slaves dedicated to full immersion into a lifestyle of total power exchange in which the slaves have no rights or power after they sign their "sl

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  4. The contracts are not legally binding, but the agreements have effective power in the context of the novels because any slave, or owner, who violates the contract terms can be ostracized from the secret community of the marketplace - for those whose

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  5. Through these books, Antoniou explores the concept of meta-consent, gratification through service, consensual slavery, and the support structures needed to maintain a hidden society

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