Women not comfortable in femdom

If there are twenty submissive men for every dominant woman – where are the other 19 women?

19 out of every twenty dominant women aren’t happy or comfortable with femdom as an identity or a place to live.

That’s a lot.That’s 95%.

95% of dominant women aren’t comfortable in femdom.

via One of the Nineteen « Lab Coats & Lingerie.

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6 thoughts on “Women not comfortable in femdom

  1. Huh? 95 %? That’s odd, as all the femdoms i know r more than comfortable with being one. It’s their life! They wouldn’t change it for anything! Guess the women u r referring to, aren’t dominant in the first place, and just r acting that way to please their husbands, bf’s, partners, whoever. Same old story.

    1. all the femdoms i know r more than comfortable with being one. It’s their life! They wouldn’t change it for anything! Guess the women u r referring to, aren’t dominant in the first place,

      Oh jeeze. I’m going to say this plainly and sardonically and that’s going to make me an asshole, but you fucking deserve it, Ayesha, what a downright stupid bit of logic. By your reasoning, there are so few women programmers because women can’t use computers, and there are so few male kindergarten teachers because men can’t teach for shit. It has nothing to do with the lack of role models for these positions by people expressing those genders.

      God, Ayesha, I suspected you were an idiot. Now I’ve got the proof.

  2. Enjoy ur proof Master Meitar. I bet 95% of ur fans will enjoy it with u.
    And since u mentioned God, oh Sardonic Rear End: “and the sheep follow him: for they know his voice. And a stranger will they not follow, but will flee from her: for they know not the voice of strangers.” (with a little twist of cors, lol).

  3. Ayesha points out the obvious, that very few women are really dominant. Meitar the Activist cannot accept this, he jumps up and makes some stupid and primitive noises. Ayesha demonstrates her elegance and class, and Raposo Neves provides a short version of events.

  4. Even if there just aren’t very many dominant women out there (and I don’t think that’s at all likely), I think it’s still worth talking about why so few of us feel welcome in the scene.

    And @maymay, your example really hits home. I went to college intending to become a systems administrator. As early as junior high, I showed a talent for programming, but somehow I didn’t see it as a career option. Maybe, just maybe the fact that every last programmer I personally knew was a man might possibly have had something to do with that.

  5. the reason is our own self
    we have created such an insecure enviornment somewhere, we need to change irst if we want the world to change

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