On this page I collect "Femdom" lyrics, poems, books, movies, quotes ..........
Songtekst "In your room" van Depeche Mode.
(Thank you Miss Valentina for the suggestion)
Flesh of Thy flesh,
blood of your blood,
a note of sewage,
Intimate drop of your moods.
That's how I live
and I belong to you.
As Your descendants,
instrument of your will.
Like an empty vessel,
May it be filled with Your essence,
I turn my thoughts to you
and my noblest intentions.
enslaved to Your desires and pleasures,
fall down and rise,
under the shadow of Your foot.
© Charmel Rozen
We miss you.
When women gather together in circles..
we tell stories of how much we long for you. Crave you.
Pray for you to rise and meet us here.
We mourn your missing presence.
In our childhoods.
In the homes we've built without you.
In our beds.
We hold hands and beg God to set you free from whatever keeps you from standing at our sides.
Here In intimacy.
The places where you are caught in dishonesty..
we grieve and rage over.
We see your pain and we see your power.
We miss you.
We love you.
We can't wait for you to come home
For the men who have..
thank you so much.
Please call your brothers..
start men's circles..
show them the manuals.
Tell them of what you gave up.
Of your brokenness and acceptance.
Of what it truly means to take up the mantle of protector.
There aren't enough fathers..
resources and leaders for men to sit at the feet of.
The women have tried.
We can't do it.
The restoration must come from within the Masculine.
The Feminine cannot mother grown men into wholeness.
We cannot strap men to our backs and walk.
We bow out.
But in mournful acceptance nonetheless.
And we will wait for you to burst free from the shackles patriarchy has placed on you.
For the Great Remembrance.
This classic (1870) Venus in Fur should of course not be missing in a slave's bookcase.Overwhelmed with love, the bigoted Severin von Kusiemski surrenders unconditionally to his classical ideal, Venus, personified in the imperious Wanda von Dunajew. What follows is a painfully honest literary testimony of the perfect submission, which turns into slavery, and which is doomed from the beginning to end in betrayal.
Leopold von Sacher-Masoch exposes the servile psyche with surgical precision and has, albeit unintentionally, even passed on his surname to this sexual entity, masochism. At the time, because of its extravagant erotic theme, Venus in fur unleashed a major scandal in the media and is still regarded as the essence of fetishistic literature.
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Let's forever dispense with the idea that being submissive to a dominant Woman is 'weak'.
Service requires self-control, discipline, insight & loyalty.
Compared to selfish mewling man-babies who reject submisson and are afraid of Her as a strong Woman.
This is Her masculine ideal.