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A successful business woman who runs a company that employs submissive women bdsm people, mostly women. A single mum that has raised two beautiful men. Own my own home, am financially independent, smart, undertaking post graduate study in psychology at university, own property.

I have won business awards, been held up as an example of a successful modern woman, and lauded as a role model to younger women. I am also a submissive in the true term in BDSM. And the reason I am writing this is to explain that BDSM submission for a woman can be an extreme form of feminism. I see the stuff written by women in regards to 50 Shades of Beigea pretend story that bastardises the true meaning of BDSM. Why do I love being a submissive so much? Why would a smart, financially independent woman, strong, educated to post graduate level, resilient, want to submit completely, be totally vulnerable to her Dom?

Total control rests with the sub, and the Dom works within those limits that are pre-agreed. The relationship is also totally consensual. No one makes me do it; I do it because it turns me on and turns my Dom on. The very core of feminism is choice, and yes I am definitely a feminist, and it is my choice to indulge in such pleasures. Other women might like roses, strawberries dipped in chocolate, romantic candles.

Did I say love? Yes in the BDSM community I have seen the most remarkable acts of affection and love in traditional dungeon settings. The one that brought tears to my eyes and made my heart melt was a rope tying… she was strung up by one leg, beautifully bound, he was dripping Japanese hot wax on her leg, and the affection and care and concern for her was beyond love.

I love being completely vulnerable, I find it relaxing and intimate and I enjoy that I have to trust my Dom implicitly to care for me in that scene. All the pressure is on him. All I need to do is submit completely, absolutely, and I do it lovingly. I have had many vanilla relationships and enjoyed them, but some of the most powerful, loving intimate moments have come from times with my Dom. The first time he asphyxiated me was one of the most peaceful, loving, intimate moments of my life.

It was not abuse, it was not me being a victim, it was nothing but a loving act between two lovers. And it is one of the sweetest things any lover has done for me. The reason to write this is not only for the general population, but for some of the judgmental, harsh comments made by some women in regards to the BDSM community, particularly the women who choose to be subs. There are times when Christian oversteps the mark.

But, and here is the but, she chooses to stay in that relationship and chooses the pain. Next time you shake hands with me at a networking night, or next time you laud my business success, perhaps ask yourself if perhaps your uneasiness with Submissive women bdsm, with women willingly submitting to a man, is more a comment on your limiting attitudes to what a women should be, as opposed to the essence of feminism, the ability of women to chose what they want, not what is dictated as socially acceptable.

Did this post make you reassess how you think about BDSM relationships? Choking someone is so incredibly dangerous and you can so easily kill someone that way, please never ever do that to someone or allow it to be done to you. Aside from that, why the hell would you want to hurt the person you supposedly love?

How is beating and choking someone a of love? Why is it suddenly okay to abuse your partner or want to be abused because it's in a sexual setting, or because it turns you on? Our sexual desires are heavily influenced by society, no one is born with kinks like this. We live in a porn culture and a rape culture where sexual violence is so normalised.

We need to analyse where our desires come from and question how healthy they are. If your sexual desires mirrors women's misery and subordination, you are not a feminist and you need to stop pretending that you are because you are detrimental to our movement.

How can we expect men to stop hurting us, raping us and killing us if some "feminists" are trying to convince them that hurting us is okay if we "consent" to it?! It's giving men licence to carry on beating us. And what about all the girls that are coerced by bdsm media into accepting abuse as submissive women bdsm think it is sex. Promoting violence against women, even if you enjoy it yourself, le to a huge ramping up of rape towards girls and children who are put in situations that they cant give Informed consent to as the rape, mental abuse and psychological damage is never spoken about in porn etc.

The submissive women bdsm are shamed. Leave a comment. I am a woman just like you. Sweet Surrender. Listen Now. Can I Really Claim That? Can you be a submissive and a feminist? Image via Getty. : Rosie Waterland reviews Fifty Shades of Grey I have had many vanilla relationships and enjoyed them, but some of the most powerful, loving intimate moments have come from times with my Dom.

Better than any candlelit dinner. But that is me. A female submissive in a BDSM relationship. Tags: movies-and-music women. Top Comments. True Crime. Before The Bump. Parent Opinion.

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