I feel sorrier for the women who attempt to feel sorry for the ones enjoying their lives.
I must agree with this!
I dominate women (and feel that I am pretty good at
doing it and understanding thier needs and the psychology behind the need.)
You don't need to feel sorry for people that are TRULY expressing and exploring thier needs!
The ones to feel sorry for are the women that do not have a choice and have fallen for an Alpha male with a lower brain cell count than testorone levels.
I feel I can rule myself out of the above>
In my opinion, a male with a low IQ isn't an alpha male...
Oh I hope you're right lol.
Jayne, sorry I'd it sounds like I am sticking my head right up your metaphorical ***, but some of writings leave me breathless with admiration, this being one of them. I entirely agree that life is fleeting, no trial run, no online manual..we have to make the most of it. But we also have a duty not to harm others who are trying to do the same. I will write a reply to your question which I think explores this further.
Not necessarily. There are some good, intelligent males with leadership skills that can be considered Alpha types.
The one who gives control is the one who has the most control. There are abusive relationships that are to be pitied. But there are also healthy dom/sub relationships that work because that's what the couple enjoys. Many subs would look at your relationship and be sad because you don't know the true joy of submission. I look at it like most other things. We all are who we are, and need what we need. Might not make sense to you, but then, it doesn't have to.
I agree with you 100%. What a miserable life, not being free. How depressing.
I do not understand this "submission" stuff, and I do not want to understand it. There are many lifestyles that are perfectly fine for others, but I know I would not want to try. Each to his own, and may we all be happy.
I still believe men are the head of the home and should support his family completely.<br />
I respect men that have a beautiful family that he is in charge of and I honestly think I am happy as a stay at home mom. <br />
Its not about control its about being a rock that holds the family up while the mom is the glue that holds the family together
And don't feel sorry for me I am happy.
Having a strong husband doesn't mean he abuses his wife it simply mean he has expectations.
abuse is never okay and you need to understand the different.
How can a person feel sorry for anothers actions when they know they have choices.. some easy.. some hard. With police I pulled guys my size off of tiny women beating them bad.. and the woman coming after us with brooms telling us not to hurt the guy.. and her face being half swollen. Like a kicked dog or stockholm syndrome.. keep going back because they think nothing else is better
I don't feel sorry for sub wives, they have chosen to accept this role for whatever reason, and they have a right to do so. I do however feel sorry for their children. The daughters learn that as a female they are inferior to males, somehow less intelligent, less able to contribute to society and that they should capitulate to the primary male in the house and accept physical and emotional abuse. The sons, while no doubt being ruled by the fathers so not being given the opportunity to learn the skills of self determination feel that when they marry should take on the responsibility of HoH for them to be able to define themselves as a man. This indoctrination neednt be a concious effort by the parents, children learn from observation, and things learned early in childhood are incredibly difficult to 'unlearn' . Witness the fact that over 90% of those that are brought up in any particular religion from an early age remain life long devotees....suffer little children to come unto me.
no i like submissiveness, it makes me more humble in my spirit and feel more feminine but i dont tolerate abuse
No, I am right beside ya. A submissive woman doesn't have a husband but a master. And those type of marriages are abundant even now.
Saying that you can define a D/s relationship is like saying you dont like chinese food BECUSE you tried "top ramen"... I have had relationships w many wemon in my life...including 1 that has totaled over 20 years... and others that lasted mear hours...*GRINZ* .... I can swere to one thing! That they all had one thing in comman....and that is: THEY WERE ALL UNIQUE AND DIFFRENT FROM EACH OTHER! Only a fool would say that every one had the same experiance twice.
No, if they choose to live that way then there is nothing to feel sorry about.
Its OK. Sometomes the woman wears the pants. Thats all. Good luck to your hubby..
Yeah, I think something's wrong with them, personally. But I support their right to live their lives as they choose.
Yep its just you. We are fulfilled