I hope to get comments explaining why men like to be sexually dominated.
What is wrong with you? Are you mentally ill? They can treat that now, you know.
Well for me it's about letting go of my male power, after spending each day earning more than women being in control of stuff and generally telling women what to do it's quite a release to submit and be dominated, controlled, abused, to relinquish that innate male superiority just for a short while helps me relax and wind down ........
Or does this idea of domination hail from decades of instilling into the male population feminine values above masculine ones? If so, does it really need to lead to a war?
Lets have Ldoucette, let her prove to us.
Don't know my libido limboed out years ago
Occasionally I do.
For me, it isn't about submission but just about having a ravenous partner who wants me, instead of me feeling like I'm making all the sexual effort, having someone make all of it, from initiation to completion. You often feel that way, when it's still considered the man's role to initiate or ppropose sex. Haven't felt like that in a good long while though, often I've wondered if it's possible for your virginity to grow back.
lol "sexually dominated" by whom? A woman? An airport TSA agent, another male? Personally i increasingly find female "liberation" / sexual aggression displeasing at best and worse case down right intimidating . . .
but must acknowledge also have next to none "libido" and am far from what's considered "typical male".
I may be off on a tangent here but here goes....
Lyse Doucet (Canadian born) is a high profile reporter for the BBC World Service and is regularly on TV in Asia.
She spent time in Afghanistan and Jordan.
According to Wiki she was born on 24th December 1958 - but what's a year difference?
Her sister is Andrea Doucet: Andrea Doucet is a Canadian sociologist and writer. She is Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies at Brock University, and holds the Canada Research Chair in Gender, Work and Care. She is also the editor of the academic journal Fathering. She is the sister of Lyse Doucet.[ Andrea is the author of a book called "DO MEN MOTHER?"
Despite the feminist-based inspiration, it's pretty even-handed. So much so that her talks garnered criticism from feminist groups and praise from Fathers Rights groups.
My guess is that Andrea is planning another book and the sisters are helping each other out. Another guess would be that MRM sites have been targeted in order to gather information.
But I could be totally wrong.......