Happy Watsonian Submissive Readering – and dismantling more myths, Watsonian (and Paula) style!
And doing so via Paulas reviews on Madam Carrie – Volume Two – and Volume Three!
Lets dive in – –
First, for Volume Two –
Madam Carrie 2. REVIEW
Men have been dismissed as simple or primary when it comes to sex, but everything
indicates that men are experiencing profound changes in the way they live this
aspect of their relationships, says the psychologist who, when at a meeting he
explained that he was writing a book on male sexuality, they said things like: “A book
on male sexuality? I write it to you in half a page and I have plenty of space. Men
are very simple. Now, months later, he has not only finished that book (What do men
think?), but has managed to fill more than 300 pages on the plot. Apparently there
is a theme. “Every day in my work I meet more women who ask me: ‘What is
happening to men? I really don’t understand them.” What happen? The time has
come to dismantle some common places.
Men are always willing to have sex. Sure?
In the popular imagination, it is assumed
that they constantly have sexual thoughts and that, in the end, they are the ones
who make the decision to go to bed, because, if it were up to them, they would not
do anything else.
In the summer of 2009 Arnold Schwarznegger confessed that his
wife had punished him with several days without sex for supporting George W. Bush
(years later they divorced, but that’s another story).
Well, it is believed that it is not
true that men are always obsessed with the monotheme. And it is not true that they
are disinterested either. According to a study published in the Journal of Sex
Research in 2011, the number of young men’s thoughts about sex amounted to 19
times per day, while women had an average of 10 thoughts… that they aspire to turn
into reality. And perhaps this is the key point.
“Now she is the one asking for sex. And the fact that he says it produces a certain
dislocation. Somehow the cards are being exchanged. Women no longer have a
problem looking for a mere exchange of pleasure in sex.
There are men who tell me
in the consultation that they feel used, that they would like to stay cuddling in bed
after making love. Some feel forced to have sex. They feel like a toy. Sex, for them,
has become… very Olympic. Men are a bit lost. Papers have always been. But at
present it is not known who interprets what. There are those who experience the
emancipation of women badly. We feel that our masculinity is being judged.”
For Mike Watson, meeting Carrie has left him very in control and full of physical
Happy Watsonian submissive reading!
Another awesome review Madam Paula!!! She has it SO SPOT ON, as I keep saying.
Yes, she correctly busts the myth about men wanting sex “all the time” – or wanting it at all, hehe. Lots of men prefer being teased – controlled – and such – and done with the right power dynamic and thoughts, these men are anything but “weak” as society calls them i.e. they’re NOT “cucks” in that sense, or “simps” (they are, but not as society means those terms!) . . ..
. .They feel in control, and happy at being able to do what they like – prefer – with a woman of their choice – such as Mike Watson does, and did in the story!
It’s a key lesson emphasized over and over again in “A complete guide to understanding dominant ladies from mainland China” – read, and you’ll understand why that book is KEY to attracting female dominance – or anything you truly want into your life.
As she rightly also says, WOMEN want it just as much – if not more!
OK, on to the second review:-
Madam Carrie 3. REVIEW
According to Kahn (2009), times have changed as women are now somewhat freer
to assert their dominance over men in all phases of life, but not without a fight. The
author argued that many societies had a very difficult time allowing this exchange of
power and control to happen, particularly in a sexual context.
In her article, “Putting
a Dominatrix in Her Place: The Representation and Regulation of SubmissiveFemale/Dominant-Male Sexuality,” Kahn demonstrated that “social anxiety” sets in
when women act or are even perceived as more dominant and powerful than men…
and men as passive and weak.
To make her point, she compared the dynamics of
the famous legal trial of Canadian Terri-Jean Bedford, a dominatrix wrongly accused
of prostitution, to the way dominatrixes are treated in the movies. Kahn reported that
the police and the judge became the dominant forces and abusively relegated
Bedford to submission… In the films Kahn used for comparison, strong white men
eventually conquered and tamed the dominatrices. The goal: curb social anxiety by
restoring men to their rightful position of power over women.
The dominatrix is the feminine form of the Latin dominator, a ruler or lord, and was
originally used in a non-sexual sense dating to around 1561. The term dominatrix is
sometimes used to describe a professional dominant who is payed to engage in
Sadomasochism (meaning bondage, discipline, and sadomasochism) with a
submissive. A date or role play is known as a “session” and often takes place in a
professional space that has been set up with specialized equipment, referred to as
a “dungeon.” In our technologically advanced world, sessions can now be held
remotely via phone, email, or online chat.
Although it is more common to think of the dominatrix as a woman who exercises
power over men, there are also women who play the role of submission. Also,
contrary to popular belief, the dominatrix does not always inflict physical pain on the
submissive. Domination can be verbal, involving humiliating tasks and servitude.
The dominatrix profession originated as a specialization within brothels, before
evolving into its own trade. To differentiate women who identify as a dominatrix but
do not offer paid services, this is occasionally referred to as a dominatrix or mistress
“lifestyle” by non-professional dominants.
It should be noted that the term “lifestyle”
to mean Sadomasochism is a controversial topic in the community and many true
dominatrices view it as unprofessional. However, some professional dominatrices
are also dominatrices with that “lifestyle”. That is, in addition to paid sessions with
submissive clients, they engage in unpaid recreational sessions or may incorporate
power exchange into their own private lives and relationships.
So true – it’s a battle daily to get females into positions of MORE power – men in general just can’t seem to accept the idea of powerful women, which is a crying shame is it not?
Of course it is.
She also correctly categorizes the dominatrix’s profession i.e. it’s NOT prostitution, although it might have started out in brothels, and SO many men do not get the difference (and hence dont get their domination kink “serviced”, hehe). Too bad!
Yes, it can be in various shapes, forms and guises. The mental part is always there, much like Paula’s intelligent reviews!
And that, my friend is that. These books truly make you think – and HORNY – and the two together make for an unbeatable combo.
Thank you, Madam Paula. You’re the best!
And, get these books NOW.
PS – Oh, almost forgot!! –
Thanks again for the work and the great and well thought intelligent reviews – again, yes, you have it SPOT ON!
Yes, it’s still a battle to get femdom mainstream isnt it – which in certain aspects is sad, strong and powerful women I feel are ultimately more caring in many regards than men who either think “violence” or sex – but then again – NO!!
You successfully debunked that myth too – men want it yes, but women want it just as much if not more!
You also correctly categorized the professional life and profession of a Domina – YES, many of them do “take their work home” – but thats a good thing. Hehe. For all parties involved.
Thanks again for the great review(s) – and have a great weekend coming up!