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Originally Posted by monumentus. So do you feel people who engage in BDSM somehow love each other less than those that do not, in some way? Last edited by Adi from the Brunswicks; at PM. Originally Posted by Wmsn4Life.

Originally Posted by justanothergirl I was spanked growing up so having that be a possible consequence wouldn't be abusive or terrible to me. Maybe not with a whip, but over the lap with a hand or belt would work. I feel like I want my partner to discipline me and help me be a better person. I'm new to this whole thing but that's how I truly feel. I'm not into whips or chains but would just like a man to submit to and for him to be the head in our relationship and make up the rules and consequences. Originally Posted by neutrino78x.

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It's a form of BDSM. Observe, Emphasis my own. What is a Taken In Hand relationship? Taken In Hand. Just because the word "dominant" is used does not put it in the same category. The intent of BDSM is for the mutual satisfaction of both parties. Only one party matters: the man. Originally Posted by ohhwanderlust. Plenty of emotionally healthy people are into BDSM. Not me, but I know lots of people who like to spice up their sex lives with a little kink.

Another friend of mine has a bondage harness for when his play partners come over. Both are completely sane, chill people. They and their partners just think there's more to sex than just inserting their genitals somewhere.

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Originally Posted by lovesMountains. Anyone who think there is any possible "appropriate violence" in a healthy, loving marital relationship needs their head examined. Wanting to be hurt or punished, especially by a loved one is abnormal, twisted behavior in my opinion.

Originally Posted by Adi from the Brunswicks. I mean violence when some person develops the desire to attack another person in a physically or mentally damaging way due to disagreement in ideas. Location: Up above the world so high! Originally Posted by ellie.

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Why do you feel it is necessary for YOU to get a whipping? Obviously you aren't in a relationship now. Do you have some scenario in mind that would make punishment necessary?

Are you not a decent person already? Why do you believe some random man who is into corporal punishment would have the authority to say what's right or wrong with you?

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Not likely. You're just lonesome and have terribly low self esteem. Don't go asking for a beating. That's simply a bad idea.

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Search Forums Advanced. 5 of 5. Location: Northville, MI 11, posts, read 12, times Reputation: Advertisements Quote: Originally Posted by monumentus So do you feel people who engage in BDSM somehow love each other less than those that do not, in some way? The wives in Taken In Hand relationships tend not to claim to be submissive though their husbands may well consider them to be so but they do strongly prefer not to be the one in charge in their relationship, and they do respect, honour and appreciate their husbands and strive to please them.

The husbands in Taken In Hand relationships tend not to claim to be dominant though their wives may well consider them to be so but they do strongly prefer to be the one wearing the trousers in their marriage, and they do enjoy dominating and submitting their wife when necessary to maintain their position —and indeed for the pure fun of it. Quote: Originally Posted by justanothergirl I was spanked growing up so having that be a possible consequence wouldn't be abusive or terrible to me. Location: Brentwood, Tennessee 49, posts, read 51, times Reputation: Quote: Originally Posted by Wmsn4Life Just because the word "dominant" is used does not put it in the same category.

Location: Middle America 37, posts, read 47, times Reputation: Originally Posted by lovesMountains Anyone who think there is any possible "appropriate violence" in a healthy, loving marital relationship needs their head examined.

Originally Posted by lovesMountains Wanting to be hurt or punished, especially by a loved one is abnormal, twisted behavior in my opinion.

Originally Posted by Adi from the Brunswicks I mean violence when some person develops the desire to attack another person in a physically or mentally damaging way due to disagreement in ideas. Location: a primitive state 10, posts, read 22, times Reputation: City-Data Forum Message.

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