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Hetero Male Dom Guilt?

- Thu, 09 May 2019 22:44:07 EST KzXQBbEY No.101137
File: 1557456247583.gif -(7741615B / 7.38MB, 1002x564) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Hetero Male Dom Guilt?
I am a hetero male who likes being dominate with women but even when I am with subs who enjoy it and like my fantasies I feel bad afterwards. I love women who want rough sex and do as I say but I feel very guilty about what we enjoy. Why do I feel so sad and think I am abusing my lovers?
Fuck Sittingsire - Tue, 14 May 2019 19:45:05 EST mtawLJ23 No.101146 Reply
Because you are consensually abusing them. BDSM is not a simple thing. You are getting deeply into someone's mind. It is sort of worrisome in a way. I used to dominate the fuck out of all kinds of sluts until I realized that I'm taking a little piece of them, and when I leave that piece does not come back. BDSM is only spiritually wholesome when you're in a long term relationship. If you have that, you won't feel guilt.
Phyllis Dartwell - Mon, 27 May 2019 21:58:41 EST ZfHkgAeF No.101168 Reply
>I'm taking a little piece of them, and when I leave that piece does not come back.
Isabella Grandgold - Tue, 28 May 2019 02:51:01 EST E99Lg5MM No.101169 Reply
>BDSM is only spiritually wholesome when you're in a long term relationship
You are so right about this
Phoebe Turveystone - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 07:18:32 EST m9G+5hIN No.101185 Reply
No, OP, dont listen to any of this. You are just a man beast and this is your primal instinct. All of this Christian bullshit and dogmatic sexuality is just nonsense, just make sure your partner also enjoys it.
Archie Gittingford - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 08:34:21 EST EfIJ6H28 No.101496 Reply
okay, here is something to keep in mind.

Ask yourself, "Do I feel guilty DURING the act or AFTER?"

If it's during, then you have guilt over the actions you are doing.

If it's after, and you feel guilt when thinking back on what you did, that is not necessarily because you regret what you did, but that you regret you are not still doing it.

It's okay to feel, but ask yourself in the context of here and now as with thoughts and feelings.

Often what we feel happens in the absence of action, and the thought we mistakely associate it with is actually what we desire to do.

We are guilty because we do not do what we know we should.

That's straight out of the bible, my friend.

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