I wrote about it recently and had many positive responses from people saying they totally understood the motives.So why is it that submissive women are often perceived very differently?
C., both recently out of serious relationships, both working long hours at jobs we loved.When I spoke of my intention to write an article about submissive women, I was surprised by the negative reaction.‘But why would a woman want to be dominated’, some people said.He had a big position with a top financial firm; I headed up public relations for a health-care nonprofit.On our first date, although we only kissed, he told me I wouldn't be the same when he was done with me.Submission can take the form of passivity or obedience in relation to any aspect of conduct and behavior.
Submission can be to a partner in an interpersonal relationship, such as allowing the sex partner to initiate all sexual activity as well as setting the time and place and sex position.
A 1985 study suggests that about 30% of participants in BDSM activities are females.
A 1995 study indicates that 89% of heterosexual females who are active in BDSM expressed a preference for a submissive-recipient role in sexual bondage, suggesting also a preference for a dominant male, and 71% of heterosexual males preferred a dominant-initiator role.
I don't have a laundry list of qualities I'd want in a wife, exactly.
That's mostly because I literally have no idea how my personality will change and grow by the time I get married, whenever that is.
Obedience may be a part of a sexual roleplay or activity, and can also be in the relation to the style of dress, if any, or behavior or any other manner.