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Started by XYZNovember 16, Posted November 16, From either perspective as the man or woman and not strictly in a femdom sexual sense. Where the woman makes the first move, the decisions of what to do together and where the relationship is going, and she brings him into her life, rather than becoming part of his world.
Have you ever experienced something like this, or wouldn't mind such an arrangement? I've been taught that the man is supposed to be the leader and stay dominant for a relationship to work, bearing the 'burden of performance' as one manospherian likes to say. But I have seen examples from people on this forum and elsewhere that it doesn't have to be that way, and as women become more successful than men, and more straight men are declining to pursue women due to radical left metoo culture, this is something more women are going to be doing.
No judgment here, and I'm not specifically looking to have something like this, just learning and being open-minded. XYZ my relationship is mostly led by my wife and it feels amazing. I'm sure some people could find happiness in it but in general it's not for me.
I like leading, I like being in charge, I like the unique challenges that typically come with being a man. I would say most of my aunt's at my father's side of the family wear the pants in the relationship. But the people from that side of the family pretty much all got dominant personality types.
For me personal it would never work though. I don't mind being her equal at times. But never ever below her. The man can have skills in some areas and lead, while the woman has skills in other areas and le. Posted November 16, edited. I don't know. And as a woman, it's tiring far more than it will ever be titillating to engage with men who are enamored by that idea.
It feels like these types of men like to masturbate to the female led relationships forum that they're men, in some kind of weird auto-androphillia, and it just doesn't do anything for me. And I'm pretty sure that's the way most women think about it, as there's no shortage of men who are trying to cram themselves into the alpha mold. It's very dime a dozen with those types. Plus, it's a lot less ego-friendly to be type-cast as the follower in that narrow caricature of a relationship dynamic than as the leader.
It squelches the natural flow of libidinal energy because the story tells you to make yourself smaller. And there's nothing less sexy than a man who's hung up on being the dominant one. It ironically feels very immature and try-hard I remember the first time I'd heard of the dominance submission dynamic in a relationship, I was 19 and my friend Andrew's sister had married this guy Brian.
And they were pretty religious. And they had vowed that she would be submissive to him and that he would be dominant and make all the decisions in order to live by God's word. And we had to laugh because their personalities didn't resemble that dynamic in any way. So, they just started acting weird trying to cram themselves into those ideas.
So, ultimately, people have their natural set-points, and when people are authentic there may be one partner that's more of a leader than the other. But creating rules around who le man or woman just feels like a bunch of kids trying to be adults and fetishizing the mundane lives of men and women amd cleaving to those roles in an attempt to live out a fetish. The way I see it, is that people will naturally lead where they have an aptitude and follow when the other partner is the more skilled of the two. And there will also usually be a bedroom dynamic that each person enjoys, as well.
Any story is just a story. And stories write over the truth.
Just do what feels right without engaging those stories, and life will be a lot more expansive and pleasurable. So, female-led and male-led relationships are okay The masterclass includes all the foundational information you need for beginning a Shadow Work practice. DM me if you have any questions and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Posted November 18, You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. It's easy! What are female-led relationships like? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
XYZ I'm sure some people could find happiness in it but in general it's not for me. Loving a new world into being. Energy healing, music making, tree hugging, sacred being. Website: www.
I have seen relationships like that which seem to work. I think a lot of it depends on the guy though. Some guys don't seem to mind. Spirituality is not the renunciation of life It is the art of living fully. Edited November 16, by Emerald. Register a new .
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