Psychological Question!

Discussion in 'General BDSM discussions' started by ThePunishHer, Oct 16, 2011.

  1. ThePunishHer

    ThePunishHer New Member

    Hi there.
    I'm a 24 year old dude and I have a question about my mindstate.

    I see woman as dogs. I mean I see them as useless shit.
    Cows, waste. I want to see them hurt sexually. I want to see them cry, throw up, be slapped, especially by multiple cocks.
    I fantasize about this a lot.

    Is this healthy?
     
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  2. Smallest

    Smallest Moderator

    If you mean as part of SM, yes. If you mean as part of your constant, everyday life, no, it's not healthy.
     
  3. sebastian

    sebastian Active Member

    Smallest has it right. If you enjoy humiliating, degrading, and abusing women who consent to and enjoy that sort of treatment, it's a healthy, if rather dark, expression of power exchange. If, however, you honestly see women as sub-human creatures that you want to abuse again their will, no, it's not healthy. If that's the case, I would suggest you seek out counseling.

    It sounds to me like you're a reasonably decent guy who is disturbed by these very dark feelings you have toward women. If you were a misogynist asshole, you probably wouldn't be worried about whether your fantasies were healthy. So the fact that you're asking about it probably means you're basically. BDSM allows doms to explore and express very dark urges that society normally forbids us even to think about, and being dominant gives us a controlled way to indulge these desires with those who seek out and appreciate them.

    The danger, of course, is that once that door is open, will you be able to shut it. Can you turn off the urge to degrade women if the woman you're playing with uses her safe word and needs to stop? If you think these urges will be uncontrollable once you let them out, you shouldn't dom. But it's ok to do some exploring and see how you feel when you're with a woman who allows you to indulge these urges a little.
     

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