In a totally female-led family aunts will spank and punish their nephews when they think he deserves it or that it will improve his deportment and manners.
Have you ever been spanked by your aunts?
Profile by a master in central North Carolina:
Looking for worthless slaves to be used as fuckmeat and cum receptacles. Prefer naturally submissive, shy, quiet, unassuming, low self-esteem.
Not looking for relationship, scenes, etc., Just something to fuck and discard until the next time, without any regard as a person, like a mangy bitch dog.
If you are in this category and know this is what you deserve, let me know.
Age and physicality are not an issue. Just be totally submissive
Some women would say this is just a typical male.
Let’s be honest there are plenty of people who will find this exciting to read. To be brutally frank this sort of arrangement is probably the best some bottoms can hope for (or – perhaps – capable of).
BDSM without the option of a safeword is a serious risk.
There’s no promise of safe sex. Is the risk of becoming HIV+ really worth it? Are you that desperate?
Someone who is looking for men and women with low self-esteem could very well be a predator, a sociopath.
Do Your Own Desires Make You Squeamish?
Jewish people who play concentration camp.
Black people who role-play plantation slave.
Gay males who like the top to act like a homophobic heterosexual man and call them faggot.
And there are feminist female submissive women who feel a conflict in performing traditional wifely duties and chores.
Even when we have embraced risk aware consensual acts involving pain and degradation there may be experiences that are deeply troubling because they connect to historical events that we feel are evil or social norms that defined people in objectionable ways.
Do things within BDSM that give you a – if only transitorily – ethical or moral pause?
Perhaps you find other peoples desires repulsive, objectionable?
Or you yourself may be possessed of desires you won’t admit or share.
Are there fetishes that even if they are practiced knowingly and with clear understanding you find morally reprehensible?
What makes for the most satisfying male genitorment?
I find CBT incredibly erotic, and frightening and thats the point I believe.
I find the interplay and balance of pleasure and pain to be deeply satisfying personally( being forced to the respective “edge” at both extremes.. not allowed to release of course for literally hours and then if I suffered amusingly enough..mmmm) BUT the pleasure I see in my Mistresses eyes is all the reward I could desire (not that I don’t take the occasional orgasm when it is offered.. I’m submissive.. not stupid :).
Anyway, I find the slow progressive abuses the most satisfying.. testicle presses of several designs (I make most of the instruments used “against” me.. believing it is part of my duty to willingly and actively “betray” myself to Her in any manner that gives Her more insight to my fears, tolerances, pleasures and nasty imagination), weights, tight cord bondage, testicles positioned so each step causes them to be crushed against each other or my thighs.. things like that, things that take time.. allow me to soak in the eternal moment and suffer slowly for Her amusement and satisfaction. Sorry to ramble.. but like most things it isn’t the “tool” used but the manner and situation that makes it an effective means to a mutual end.
Giles English has written a new Femdom how to handbook:
In less civilized times, Ancient Roman ladies routinely owned slaves. These terrifyingly independent women could do pretty much as they pleased, and it pleased some of them to use their male slaves for pleasure.
I strongly believe that Femdom should offer benefits you couldn’t or shouldn’t get through a normal relationship.
This book presents a no-nonsense way to help you get on a part-time basis what these Roman ladies enjoyed. As a byproduct, this should satisfy most of your partner’s fantasy cravings.
It’s about having a good time being a dominatrix, not being a good dominatrix. It’s about having power, rather than pretending to have it. You’ll always know what to do, because you’ll always be doing what suits you. Your partner won’t get all his kinks, but being a “real” slave should more than compensate for that!
Originally posted 2015-04-13 08:43:07.
A fellow asks why most women don’t seem to want to dominate men. He gets some mighty unhelpful answers:
Probably never really works because its not biblical. It’s not the way God made our relationships to be. So no matter how dominating the woman wants to be, there is something in her that wants a strong man that feels in charge. Because thats the way its supposed to be!
I’m a stone cold atheist so this bit of Bible thumping just makes me laugh. (She should see the Christian Femdom site.)
I used to have a born again pest who left lots and lots of hostile comments and rants that I never approved. He must have had an awful relationship with some woman and will spend the rest of his life believing that she was an agent of Satan.
There have been times when fashion photographers have toyed around with an impersonal kinkiness. I think the photos reproduced below are more affecting, more touching if you will than the usual sort that are thought to imply or hint at female domination and male submission.
The models are João Zavaski And Bruna Erhard. The photographs were taken by Hugo Toni.
Blogs written by real dominant and sadistic women and not those written by horny men in psychic drag consistently repeat a preference for strong men.
Evolutionary forces gave women a preference for strong men. At least strong in mind and heart.
And it is a strong man who is valued most when he kneels.
Don’t think submission makes weakness appealing. Turning yourself into a weakness may cause her to really despise: it won’t just be play.
That is another way you can lose her.
Originally posted 2015-04-11 21:43:56.
What the reviewer writes here about 21st Century Boys could be said of the popular gender-babble so popular among people who want to make female led relationships somehow scientific.
There are, of course, interesting arguments to be had about the innate differences between boys and girls, but I wouldn’t recommend Palmer as a guide to them. At times, she writes like someone standing at a pick’n’mix counter of educational, social and psychological research, grabbing the biggest and shiniest things she can see.
She draws on the work of Simon Baron-Cohen, the Cambridge psychologist and expert on autism, who theorises that there is a male S-Type (systemising) brain and a female E-Type (empathising) brain.
Playing up this gender difference argument, she neglects to comment that Baron-Cohen’s theories are contested, and far from being accepted as factual in his field. Baron-Cohen himself is pretty game about this …
Dazzled with questionable facts, tiny selections from complex research, and prejudices dressed up as reasoned argument, the reader is left like a spectator after a fireworks show: it all seemed very impressive at the time, but nothing of any substance is left behind.