Excerpt from "Femdom For Nice Girls: A Self-Guided Manual for the Caring Mistress"
"From childhood onwards, females are encouraged into subservient roles, so that taking the lead can feel strange and unnatural, even "unfeminine" and "not nice". We are discouraged from aggressively grabbing what we want, and instead encouraged to sacrifice and nurture. We are taught to be prizes, not competitors.
Surely, there has to be more to life than that. Many men -- the ones who value assertiveness (and even a little cruelty) in their female lovers would agree. So would many women.
If you're one of these women, or if your man is one of those men, then this book could be just what you and he have been searching for."
I highly recommend this book. You can purchase it here.
I would like to thank My submissive for being on the show this week and for having shared his experiences of cuckolding and chastity with us. I would also like to apologize in advance for My very annoying laugh, but I got super excited during this episode and obviously felt the need to express it in an odd way. Nonetheless, enjoy!
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Knowledge of the week to take with you
- Cuckolding is very psychological and for a couple to truly enjoy cuckolding as a lifestyle, they need to embrace the emotional aspects and obstacles that come with it.
- Cuckolding is not a fetish - it is a lifestyle. Many fetishes fall under cuckolding, for example Bondage, BBC, and feminization. Every relationship is different and different fetishes will be a turn on for different couples. For instance: not all men want to be feminized; not all men want to partake in male to male physical contact. It differs for everyone.
- From Wikipedia: Cuckold Origin: The word cuckold derives from the cuckoo bird, alluding to its habit of laying its eggs in other birds' nests. The association is common in medieval folklore, literature, and iconography. English usage first appears about 1250 in the satirical and polemical poem "The Owl and the Nightingale" (l. 1544). The term was clearly regarded as embarrassingly direct, as evident in John Lydgate's "Fall of Princes" (c. 1440). In the late 14th century, the term also appeared in Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Miller's Tale". Shakespeare's poetry often referred to cuckolds, with several of his characters suspecting they had become one. One often-overlooked subtlety of the word is that it implies that the husband is deceived, that he is unaware of his wife's unfaithfulness and may not know until the arrival or growth of a child plainly not his (as with cuckoo birds). The female equivalent cuckquean first appears in English literature in 1562, adding a female suffix to the cuck. A related word, first appearing in 1520, is wittol, which substitutes wit (in the sense of knowing) for the first part of the word, referring to a man aware of and reconciled to his wife's infidelity.
Some things to check out after you've listened to the show
- Article on cuckolding from a personal perspective
- Male Chastity: A Guide for Keyholders
- Femdom for Nice Girls: A Self-Guided Manual for the Caring Mistress
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Episode 11 will be available Thursday, May 18th at midnight and we'll chat to Master Severyn Kain about how Hollywood has shaped people's opinions on BDSM.
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