A Woman’s Point of View – #2

As part of the Alternative Lifestyles blog-posts migration over to the new blog The Professor’s Lifestyles Memoirs, this post has been moved there. To read this post please click the link to the blog.

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24 thoughts on “A Woman’s Point of View – #2

    • I agree Lucy. I’ve had many phone conversations with Kitt, especially over erotica and BDSM, and she is not only an enjoyable funny woman, but she is also a great example and teacher… for all kinksters! She has a delightful wicked side. 😉

      Thank you Lucy for your comment and support. ❤

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        • I too agree, great piece Kitt, on a subject that really should be discussed and written about more to illuminate the misconceptions you speak of. Ignorance so often harbours fear and anger where none need be present. It seems to me that those who believe one cannot be a feminist and also enjoy SSC BDSM are somewhat shooting themselves in the foot. Just as they are when they say feminists shouldn’t wear high heels, make-up and, as I heard some attire once referred to in this context, ‘frilly clothes’, whatever the hell that means. (laughs a lot). It’s all about freedom for heaven’s sake! The freedom to be who you are, to be in control of your own life, rather than be dictated to by any gender, whatever form their genitals may take.

          – esme upon the free Cloud

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        • Excellent points Esme! Thank you very much. 🙂

          To add, there is a big difference between Domineering and Dominant; two terms that some Feminists confuse. Some differences are subtle, others are night and day. One major key to the distinction, as Kitt pointed out, is consent. A domineering person has little or no desire to respect another’s wishes or integrity. The dominate first earns it, then cares for it and nurtures it.

          Thanks Esme! ❤

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        • Oh, Esme, I think you and your cloud are awesome, and I couldn’t agree more. Real feminist don’t pigeon hole people…otherwise I’d probably be making some rude assumptions about them having mullets and wearing flannel, but as I am one….I know better than to make snap judgments.

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  1. You have adequately encompassed all the negative, stereotypical misconceptions surrounding this subject and lifestyle. While I don’t practice all of these “kinks”, I do not consider myself weak or “dirty” for having a preference for it. Feminism can still exist in the bedroom, regardless of a “playful” position of power. Being a woman is a state of mind, not the preconceived notions of a stifled society. Thank you, Kitt, for your insights and enlightening those who need clarification.

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    • Thank you, my friend! I love being surrounded by open minded, sexually self aware people like you. And you’re right… Those assumptions are as inaccurate as assuming someone can’t bottom during sex and still maintain dominance. 😉

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  2. Well said, Kitt! I too agree that feminist and pleasure don’t need to be one or other terms. People should be able to express themselves, and if it’s being done the right way, then communication is a huge part of that. As long as there’s consent between EVERYONE involved, then go for it. Well written piece, friend!

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  3. Brilliant piece! I know many beautiful feminists who are hugely into BDSM. Feminism really is all about equality–no limitations, so why limit ourselves in the sexual fantasy or kink arenas? We should all be free to embrace our sexuality and desires as we see fit. I’m so grateful for your voice.

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  4. This was a great read. I am a strong woman, but I am a submissive. When being strong sometimes you need to just hand over control and have your mind shut off. Sadly that has happened for so long for me.

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