My post, “How to Choke a Woman” was a tame introduction into S&M. Choking is a starting point. It’s rookie stuff.
Women want more than to be just be choked. They want their hair pulled. They want you to spit on their face so they can rub it in. They want to be tied up. They want to be told they are miserable, worthless whores. They want to pass out during sex. They want to be sore. They want bruises and bite marks. They want to be filled with huge loads of cum. They want to be fucked until their mascara is running over their faces. They want you to make them watch themselves in a mirror while you tell them, “Look at that whore getting fucked! That is what a whore looks like.” They want to be raped.
A prosecutor would use the above paragraph against me in a court of law, and many of you are probably thinking, “This guy is crazy.” The truth of women has been revealed through their own buying habits. (You nerds call this revealed preferences.)
Fifty Shakes of Grey is an unreadable book available at bookstores nationwide. On my last flight, nearly every women had a copy. Nearly all of my hot female acquaintances are reading it.
Fifty Shades of Grey is a New York Times #1 bestselling erotic fiction paperback and e-book by E. L. James. Set largely in Seattle, it is the first installment in a trilogy that traces the deepening relationship between college graduate Anastasia Steele and a young business magnate, Christian Grey. It is notable for its explicitly erotic scenes featuring elements of BDSM.
I have been having Fifty Shades of Grey Sex for a long time.
Women are going crazy over Fifty Shades for two socially unspeakable reasons reasons – which ultimately are two horns on the same devil.
First, it’s no secret that women want a dominant man. We rarely make that statement with such candor, instead saying that women “want a man who knows what he wants,” or that a man “shouldn’t be afraid to take what he wants.” Ultimately, though, women want dominated.
Second, women want to be infantilized. How many women want to make decisions? When is the last time a strong, independent woman said, “I want to try out this new bar. Meet me there at 8.”
Women make terrible leaders because of an inherent need to be controlled. They ask questions and seek suggestions. They prattle on and never take action.
Much relationship misery results from failing to understand that a woman, no matter her age, is no different from a child. Although a father will ask for his child’s input, and although a father will often let the child have her way, a father still makes the decision.
And so you can see why Fifty Shades is so successful. In Fifty Shades, a dominant man completely controls every aspect of a woman’s life. (A true dom-sub relationship, goes well beyond sex. Watch Secretary.)
Once you appreciate that women want to be dominated, you can learn how to do it. In a future serious of posts, I’ll introduce you to the scene.