From Cream Porcupine, 2 Months ago, written in Plain Text.
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  11. This is rather a case of intimidation. Very intoxicating. Very suggestive. And not once, never one iota of fear from me. Respect for the unknown, and a quick drop into submission yes. But how can I not respond to his scent, his power, his dominance. He is creating one more sense to use and develop to have us to 'respond' to what ultimately becomes a higher level of union....
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  15. by Blush on 2004 Nov 4 - 01:58 | reply to this comment
  16. A man is dominant
  17. Except for the wall punching, i do not see anything wrong with what this man is doing, He is after all, a man.
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  19. if a man cannot assert his dominance in a relationship then he might as well don a skirt and do some dishes.
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  21. I do not agree with a man seriously hurting his wife; I do however believe he should be able to have some form of power over her. If she is truly submissive then who is she to say no?
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  23. Also, everyone is different and entitled to live the way they wish however, it seems odd for women to proclaim themselves submissive yet not to wish for their husband to dominate them.
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  25. If you chose this type of life then you should accept it not try to bend the rules to suit yourself.
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  27. Personally, if my husband could not control me and was not as dominating as he is then I would not respect him as I do. He is also loving, caring and patient. He treats me both as his submissive wife and princess, helps guide me and disciplines me when I need it and is also my best friend.
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