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Life of a Purple Pill Ladies Man 4: Feminism, Bondage, and Fantasy

Apope16
Life of a Purple Pill Ladies Man 4: Feminism, Bondage, and Fantasy

I wound up sleeping with the lawyer from work. The last time I saw her she was squirting and orgasming on a video chat site with me. A year later she is a lawyer in a government agency doing a zoom training. She messaged me afterward, "Sooo hi..Lol. Im not sure I would have made it thought that if we would have fucked." Mind you this is just two minutes after the government work call was over. At this point my life is a movie right? I told her that we can be professional. She agreed and said, "Well seeing you made me regret not fucking you. For sure professional by day kinky by night...We should arrange a way for that to be a less distanty memory."

I tell her she should look forward to hearing my oral arguments.

After sex we had an interesting discussion. It was about feminism. She described herself as a "Radical Feminist" while laying naked next to me. I asked her what that meant and she said, "I think we should by law make 50% of positions in government, politics, and work occupied by Women, Minorities, and LGTBQ people. Then we dont really need some of these other laws."

That's fascinating. I tell her. "So no 14th Amendment or 1964 Civil Rights Act?" She waffles and says its best to keep it in place.

I laugh. She asks why. I tell her, "aren't you kinky?"

"Yes. During sex I like to be called Bitch or Slut. I like rough sex. But sex is my free zone. I don't mind being degraded when I fuck." I tell her degrading women during sex is not my thing.

She laughs, "I guess I am queer. I used to date women." Then she groans, "I don't anymore. I can't stand dating women. Too much drama. Sure, I will fuck them. But dating them is too much."

I recently slept with another girl. She had catished me but I slept with her because I liked her personality. Anyway, during sex she turned on this Netflix foreign movie about a girl kidnapped by drug dealers and had to be this man's sex slave. "I don't know why this turns us girls on." She laughs. "I guess we like a hungry man."

Life of a Purple Pill Ladies Man 4: Feminism, Bondage, and Fantasy
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  • flamiE
    I’m submissive but I support feminism too since I’m in a male-dominated industry and it kind of sucks being looked down to cause I’m a female. We should have equal rights as well as be equally respected.
    I see dominance as masculine and submission as feminine. So outside work I’m pretty much a follower and a sub and that’s in my nature, I hate being on the other side but I force myself cause it’s my job.
    So when it comes to sex and other activities outside work I want to be dominated cause I need someone else to be in charge, to be there and make decisions for me cause I find it so overwhelming.
    I don’t find her being into bdsm and a lawyer crazy and unusual. I know many who are like that.
    Is this still revelant?
    • Apope16

      SO here's my question. Is seeing women as submissive sexist? Is that a mentality that is sexist on its face?

    • flamiE

      I can only speak for myself so I’d say it’s a double standard and it depends - if it’s somewhere where I feel you disrespect me because of my gender then yeah, if not then not most definitely not.
      Let me give you an example, if a coworker refuses to do something I asked for despite of me being their manager but I’m aware that they were strictly on whatever the previous manager told them to do, i’d take this as sexist, because they doubt by decisions.
      If, however, I hook up with someone and he ties my hands without asking I’d be turned on and not mad cause of his assumption that I’d go along with it and I wouldn’t see it at sexist.
      Hope this answers your question, it’s not really cut and dry.

    • Everything in the bedroom is roleplay, or should be. We are all equals and humans, and whether we choose to be submissive in the bedroom or life, or dominant in one and not the other, or any level of nurtrality in either, well, it's your freedom to choose, we all have those equal choices. I'm a sub in the bedroom usually just because of the same reasons flamiE describes.

      What is sexist is assuming that any woman or man should be dominant or submissive solely because of their physical gender.

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  • eywee
    I M a dom and still support feminism xD
    Is this still revelant?

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  • Gwenhwyfar
    I’m sub and I still support feminism

    i guess you’re hot. And kinda dominant without getting crazy into it.
    • Apope16

      I dont consider myself dominant. Just a regular guy. I am only dominant because women are submissive. I had an ex that was dominant once. She put my penis in a cage. Had whips and chains. was an eastern european dominatrix. haha.

      But I just think it is fascinating how a woman can be this radical feminism lawyer but have sexual fantasies of being choked, called a slut, or being raped. its hilarious and insane.

    • Gwenhwyfar

      It’s not!

      I’m not that radical or that kinky, but to a lesser degree I’m the same way. So are other girls I know.

    • Apope16

      How common do you think that is? LIke a desire of rape or choking and stuff?

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  • Ámayas_20
    I don't see how being submissive makes a woman any less of a supporter of her rights, I mean a huge part of equality surely is allowing women to express themselves sexually.
    • Smegskull

      Grooming men into abusers...

    • Ámayas_20

      @Smegskull You're either very uneducated or just stupid if you can't see the difference between consentual kink and abuse.

    • Smegskull

      Well men are being discouraged from education and at least 50% of people are stupid so there is a fair chance the man a sub-woman is dating can't tell the difference.

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  • msc545
    It must take a lot of effort for you to make this shit up...
  • Twinrova
    Why do I get the sense that you just make all of this stuff up?
  • rullysyske
    BDSM fantasies are like a parody of these archaic gender norms where one person is the Dom and the other is the Sub. It's a way of exaggeratedly acting out these roles, sometimes even mockingly, as a caricature of what society thinks. I typically find that "apolitical" people do not participate in BDSM, probably because they don't think much about these gender dynamics, and thus can't enact the parody creatively. That inability to dramatise life at will also causes other problems, like not having a space or part of your life to deal with issues of gender roles and expectations (which is inevitably going to arise for anyone). Think of Fight Club: the fact that those men meet and beat each other up doesn't mean they think violence is the answer to problems, they just need a release. It becomes toxic precisely when things spill out of the bedroom/basement.
  • My fiancée is a dom but she likes when I am the dom sometimes

    We support feminism
  • raiderknott
    enjoy it
  • adi_369
    It's common
  • Anonymous
    You attract the kind of girls that go with a guy like you. It's pretty simple.
    All guys tend to be more submissive around me. I have a more dominant personality, that's the thing. It's logical. End of the story.
  • Anonymous
    Sounds like a leftest ho
  • Anonymous
    I don't understand that type of women.
    I'm dominant in bed, always on top, and I support feminism, but I'm not a radical, and I can't stand femi-nazis.
    • Apope16

      Do you think that being degrading of women in the bed room translates to how they treat women in real life?

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, it's possible, but people are different, some of them behave differently in bedroom (compared to their behavior when they are working or socializing).

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