Interested in taming your man?
September 28, 2001 12:35 PM   Subscribe

Interested in taming your man? Upon first review of the advice given, I was guffawing, and thinking man what kind of milksop would this be effective on. After thinking some more about it, I started to wonder if I would be affected by it. I mean would my Pavlovian response to sex, in effect, allow my wife to train me, and would I mind?
posted by patrickje (11 comments total)

 
Not "Taming", pat - "Training". Basic Dom/sub stuff. Frankly, this side of the fence goes opposite my wiring, but there are more than enough men out there who are into submission - and a surprising number who would be, if they ever got a taste of it laced with a spoonful of sugar.
posted by Perigee at 1:11 PM on September 28, 2001


What a steaming pile of shit!
posted by SilentSalamander at 4:09 PM on September 28, 2001


All men want are blowjobs and not to be nagged to death.

This will lead to World Peace.
posted by BarneyFifesBullet at 5:13 PM on September 28, 2001


Sounds like a takeoff on the new book out about wives submitting to husmands and their every wish to make for better marriages. I suspect some folks here are being taking in.
posted by Postroad at 6:35 PM on September 28, 2001


It sounds less BDSM and more behaviorism. Real submissives tend to want to be theatrically and overtly dominated. Sounds like terrible advice, though. Most people hate control, especially if they haven't consented to it.
posted by Charmian at 7:32 PM on September 28, 2001


I suppose in a way it is more behaviorism than BDSM. On the other hand, I'm not sure B. F. Skinner would have gone for one of those chastity devices. (scroll down.)
posted by moss at 11:20 PM on September 28, 2001


did everyone miss that 'milksop' link? i laughed heartily, out loud at that one.
posted by donkeysuck at 11:31 PM on September 28, 2001


I thought the milksop link was very very sad and an important way of reaching out to people.

Perhaps I'm overly serious but everyone deserves a little sensitivity.
posted by indigo at 11:53 PM on September 28, 2001


The bad side of this is the guy that shoots the girlfriend that dumped him; but the better side is all these guys that hung in there and tried to make it work, and took it and took it.

Oh ok, murder is very bad. Gotcha. Men who don't know when to break up is the polar opposite - very good. You might be in denial.

Did she hit you? Yes. With her hands, with household objects (lamps, picture frames, sticks, vases, etc.). Thankfully, she never used a rolling pin. She pulled a butcher?s knife on me a few times, but never got me with it

You are in denial. Sorry, but this link is hilarious. This guy who probably is a therapist from the hints he's dropped is trying to convince the audience that relationships that have gone below rock bottom are worth fighting for even when you're being chased with a knife. He sees himself as some kind of hero/super-husband for putting up with it.

Classic Battered Spouse Syndrome.
posted by skallas at 4:17 AM on September 29, 2001


I would rather do my own housecleaning.
I prefer my standards to dear hubby's anyway.
On the other hand I like it when he cooks.....but I don't have to trick him into that .
posted by bunnyfire at 8:09 AM on September 29, 2001


Its not natural for the female to controll when she will be impregnated like a creature that is both male and female. Nature gave males more testosterone so he would be initiating the sex most of the time, otherwise it leaves no role for the male, she will no longer be able to be dominated by men and while it may be sexy at first in the long run the women will find true satisfaction only in other women like herself (Lesbianism) and her line of genes will not pass on.
posted by stbalbach at 12:07 PM on September 29, 2001


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