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The satisfaction of servitude is often combined with the pleasures of fetishes , the pleasures of humiliation , or both. A submissive may rub his or her dominant's feet because the sub enjoys providing the service, has a foot fetish , enjoys being "lower" than the dominant, or any combination. But some bottoms who enjoy servitude prefer to keep their enjoyment and pleasure secret from all others including individuals they have created as their "dominant". There are those in the BDSM community who frown upon this practice however, as surreptitiously putting someone in a dominant position violates the principle of consent.

In other situations, the submissive may also enjoy being collared and leashed, and in some aspects being treated like an animal. Leashes can also be attached to piercings. But, conversely, those who choose to spice up their relationships, in whatever way they voluntarily negotiate between themselves, have the right to do so.

The people and behaviors you have described would not be tolerated in the groups we belong to. Respect of the limits and boundaries of others is not just expected within the communities we belong to, it is a necessity for them to continue to attend functions and not be "black balled" by those they are hoping to fit in with. Sure, there are people out there who try to take advantage of others against their will, both male and female, and, whether they choose to use the label of BDSM or not, that is the difference between abusers and those dealing out of mutual respect.

I feel like post of these people defending their vanilla sex lives are interpreting the word vanilla as derogatory. It is probably the least offensive way to say average or normal.

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Which IMO would probably cause more of an uproar. I can see it now! Will you read the posts from others and initiate yourself with the subject, then with your non objective contribution prove to us that we don't have to live in the closet. Just my 2 cents. BDSM is dehumanizing for the sub and brutal, and it feeds the worst in the dom.


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Eve, when I was 14 I was raped by a boy I was dating. In that moment, I was degraded, hurt, humiliated and dehumanized. Even if he's spanking me with his hand, crop, paddle etc, if his hand is on my throat, or any myriad number of other things I won't get into at this time. What is the biggest difference between these two? And as the article stated, communication. If you asked any sub if they felt dehumanized, degraded or disrespected - I would doubt you would find one with an affirmative response to that question.

Because consent, and explicit communication regarding wants and needs are critical to all relationships but BDSM especially. My Dom is a wonderfully sensitive man, who is also wonderfully harsh with his hands, crop, paddle, etc. I fully agree with you Eve. Humiliation punishment and the like do not appear in my marriage. Nether does sex outside of marriage.

BDSM is not right in itself. Everything depends.

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You can have immoral bdsm, cruel bdsm, perverted bdsm. Let's face it. Not that I don't have any kinks within my marriage but that is not to say that everything under the bdsm banner is good. It certainly isn't.


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  4. I am a psychology student and before reading this, I got all the distorted conception about BDSM from the media. Thanks to this article, now I got a bigger picture as of what it is all about. It's a whole new level at looking at it now. I am glad i have come to this page from google, thank you very much. In a feminized world,men become more dominant in the bedroom and failing to being a real hero in the world.

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    How many of these 'dominant' men are actual leaders in the society. I wonder if a real alpha male would consent to a BDSM lifestyle. The only way I can see a true dominant is with a real guy who acts as a leader in his life, but that's almost machine like, without having such an individual open up to you to his most personal sensitive side.

    There ought to be a balance. To be shown as a female that you are wanted only sexually and not emotionally, just feels like your being used, actually. As a toy.

    I obviously can't speak to the experience of others, for myself, my partner is somewhat introverted except when it comes to our BDSM dynamic, whereas I am quite extroverted and an Alpha type. For me, I don't feel used as a toy- our dynamic is a release for me where I do NOT feel the need to be in control of the situation and I prefer him to express his Alpha side. I believe that our society has become feminized to the point where men feel they need to walk on eggshells for fear of being persecuted for the crime of possessing a penis.

    In fact I love it.

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    As women, we forget or refuse to acknowledge the we do inherently have a need to be possessed by our partner at our base. There is nothing shameful or anti-feminist about wanting to be needed by a man. To be desired at that base level. I have a similar experience, Tany. My partner is a good man, secure in his masculinity, so he doesn't play alpha games with other men. He is low-key in public life, but very dominant behind closed doors.

    I believe it gives him a greater sense of control after a chaotic day. On the flip side of the coin, I am the head of household, have a job with responsibility, and a small child. I am buried in a mountain of red tape. It is a relief to be able to hand my well-being and pleasure into the hands of someone I literally trust with my life, and know that for a few hours I do not have to be in charge. My current partner is my second wife, and I cannot put into words how in love we are, or how compatible we are.

    I cannot think of a single person I would rather spend my time with. While I have a colourful and extensive sexual history, she did not. She allowed her last partner to abuse her and honestly believed there was something wrong with her for not wanting sex. The first time I slept with her she orgasmed and cried afterwards because she honestly thought she could not orgasm. Three years on from then and she now loves to be spanked, held, choked very lightly , tied.

    Look after herself which she did not do in her last relationship and 2. When we first started sleeping together the first thing I had to teach her was how to say 'No' to me. I had to explain, for example, that I did not expect head jobs, she felt that she had to give me head jobs because I went down on her every chance I got. I asked her if giving me head turned her on, and she admitted it was a huge turn off for her and she only did it because she felt 'Guilty'.

    Not because she has too, but because being able to make me shudder turns her on! A few months back we were at a dinner party where a few couples were joking about how bad there sex lives were since having kids. My gorgeous sub said nothing, but just gave me a little smile with smouldering eyes, sadly there was a 'Baby sitter emergency' and we had to leave the party early The earth shattering orgasms are just a bonus. The guy is trying waay too hard and why is it that all of his analogies are stereotypically male and inapplicable anyway?

    Besides - his sole preoccupation with 'pain' - ignores all sorts of 'sensation' play I know, this is pop-science, and as such one has little to no expectations in terms of rigorosity, but this article is especially stupid.

    “Submissive” doesn’t mean powerless

    Starting with its various unsubstantiated assumption. For one the study of sexuality and sexual arousal, and what can elicit it, cannot be studied in isolation from its evolutionary background.


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    7. Various sexual strategies across species, especially highly social species such as ours, may have very different results in terms of reproductive success. This in turn will lend itself to selection. If this is the case, considering the particular behaviour and self-reported at that of a particular sub-set of the population in question confers little to no reliable insight as a default. And continues by applying value judgements in regards of it.

      Very bad science indeed. The article also has little to no grounding in neuro-cognitive science. In turn this will involve the sexual strategy one employs unconsciously. One does not need to colour the picture in order to accept it as it is or try to change it in as much as possible at a societal level. These do not follow automatically, for they are moral and utilitarian considerations, not scientific. Besides being hetero-normative and monoga-normitive, this article consistent conflates "bottom" and "submissive" as well as "top" and "dominant".

      Critically, however, it falls prey to the tired old myth that the bottom is "in charge" because they have the ability to end the scene at any time. The top can also end the scene at any time! Does that make them both "in charge"? It's like saying that one partner is in charge of the tennis match or the dance because they can stop it at any time. BDSM scenes, like any other interaction, is best when all the participants are getting their needs needs in a fully consensual way.

      Ya know, it reveals a lot when people feel compelled to discuss what their sex lives are like. Most balanced societies acknowledge sex, have sex, and get on with their lives.

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