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And besides, it's not like women have just started working outside the home in the last 100 years. Of course, I've got to say something to this, I'm a practitioner of BDSM, in such a relationship, and I frequent and volunteer at a club, I'm part of a local community where I know hundreds of people, and I've been to conventions where thousands were there for play and for classes, so while I have not been in the Leather scene for like decades, as some august souls have, I have SOME idea of what I speak. As per author: " the study findings need to be treated with some caution because it is not clear that the comparison group is a good representation of the general population."... popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey might be a sign of increased mainstream acceptance." ?? "Fifty Shades of Grey" is absolutely looked upon as an appalling, absurd, disgraceful, ultimate misrepresentation of the BDSM world. That is the difference between sex & rape, between BDSM and abuse, between receiving a gift and stealing, between visiting and trespass, CONSENT. You (but not just you) are extrapolating info in the article, which is specifically about BDSM into every day experience.
Women have always worked outside the home: farming, factory work, health care, retail, childcare, domestic service, etc. I'm a woman, and I am not a slave or a submissive, but I am a bottom and masochist mostly, and occasionally a switch. I read the whole thing, and found the article to be interesting.
It is not a result of your imagined cultural forces pushing women into careers. And BDSM has existed for probably hundreds of years. The one word that is the big bad keystone of everything we do, is "consent." We use acronyms like: SSC: Safe, Sane, Consensual RACK: Risk Aware Consensual Kink PRICK: Personal Responsibility In Consensual Kink And what word is common to them all?
I dont know where you got the idea that the vast majority of women like submission, but I do suspect you are having rather a hard time convincing most of the women you know of this. It is not a result of your imagined cultural forces pushing women into careers. It's the BDSM version of a badly written bodice ripper of a Harlequin romance for a bored housewife to read in the tub with a glass of wine, but only if she failed her English classes. "Is the awful mistreatment of the English language employed in the writing of this book some kind of a metaphor for S&M? "Consensual." In 50 Shades, she does not give proper informed consent.
Recent society pushes women into career mode, which I never believe was intended to begin with. I dont think a small study of BDSM behavior is a good indicator of large cultural traits. Some are more dominant and others are more submissive.
So now we see a rise of these subcultures such as the BDSM. trying to be all the girl's best friend in hopes to establish a relationship.. But those terms are not indicative of how dominant or submissive people are.
You'd be surprised how complex and nuanced a THING it all is. Headspace shuts off brain chatter, lets us be "in the moment" with our partners, too. Of course, I've got to say something to this, I'm a practitioner of BDSM, in such a relationship, and I frequent and volunteer at a club, I'm part of a local community where I know hundreds of people, and I've been to conventions where thousands were there for play and for classes, so while I have not been in the Leather scene for like decades, as some august souls have, I have SOME idea of what I speak.
Even for people who are into it, and it's a very small percentage of the population, their role in the lifestyle and their role in life or personality in other situations, are often COMPLETELY different. I'm a woman, and I am not a slave or a submissive, but I am a bottom and masochist mostly, and occasionally a switch.
Suzanne Venker is the author of five books on marriage, feminism and gender politics.Basically, women demanded fair treatment for themselves. The demand for fair treatment of women in the workplace picked up in the 1970s as more college educated women entered careers that had been formerly dominated by men.And BDSM has existed for probably hundreds of years. Basically, women demanded fair treatment for themselves.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.https:// According to the article and research, 76% of women enjoy a submissive role as opposed to 34% of men.
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