Tags: dominant, feminism, men, rape, religion, sex, submission, women
I'm intrigued ... Is domination and feminism considered to be one in the same? Speaking from a man's point of view I seek relationships with women that I can consider equal to me. However in bedroom situations I would prefer that the woman take a more dominate role in the activities. Men are very easy to read ... women on the other hand are more complex so it makes sense to me that the woman should be "in control" in the bedroom.
I've had the opportunity of meeting women in the dominatrix lifestyle. Some are professional and some aren't Some are 100% dominate in all aspects of their lives and some are both dominate and submissive. In the lifestyle that's called a switch. Are there some neurochemicals in the brain that cause these tendencies? For example what makes me go from being very driven and maybe some might say a dominating person but when sexuality is involved I am very submissive?
You'd be amazed oat how many men find great comfort in having a woman have control. Senior executives that are under intense pressure are the ones that seek out dominating women the most to let them release themselves from the pressure of their daily lives. I agree that it is considered taboo but it is still true.
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