Submissive for real men.

20-something submissive CD. This blog is based on the idea that not all genetic males are equal. Men, women, and sissies are better off when men control the lives and sexuality of sissies. Social and sexual hierarchies are natural, and sissies are naturally held below men.

We are not your equals

Men, we are not your equals. Sissies and faggots lose to you in the workplace, society, and the mating game. We are not your equals. If a sissy talks back to you, beat her. If she complains about it, beat her harder.

Sissies, if a man tells you to do something, he is giving you a chance to make your life meaningful. Do what he tells you and show gratitude for the validation. You do not have a right to comfort of dignity. Show him respect by not talking back.

If I had to choose a way to die, it would be a hard choice between choking on a dick and being drowned by a man while being raped from behind.

prettythoughtsforprettygirls:

Education is Optional
If you want an example of the irrational expectations that girls have put upon them, you don’t need to look any further than the school system.  As a society, we’ve come to the point where education is a status symbol - getting a university degree is virtually mandatory in order to be considered a decent person, regardless of whether or not you have the ability or interest in getting it.  Anyone that doesn’t hold an advanced education as their absolute highest priority is considered faulty and looked down upon.
First off, it’s worth pointing out that the idea of girls being educated is a relatively recent phenomenon in human history - only in the last 100 years or so has it become commonplace, and only in the last 50 has it become expected.  Before that it was exceptional for a girl to have academic interests, and even then they was a narrower set of subjects that were considered suitable for girls.  That isn’t to say that girls should be denied the opportunity, of course, only that this is the very first generation of girls that’s faced this pressure to achieve academically, and there’s no reason to believe that it’s better this way.  This is 100% about societal pressure, and not about what is better for girls. 
Second, the pressure girls face to be educated is very unfair to girls that aren’t gifted academics.  An attractive girl that isn’t talented academically can achieve a higher quality of life and be happier by being with a man that appreciates her and provides for her than she can by spending the best years of her life forcing herself to under-perform in school so she can get a degree to obtain a job she isn’t suited for and hates.  For girls like this, being a stay-at-home bimbo is, by far, the better option for her, but she isn’t allowed to pursue it because the only “legitimate” life goal is to get an education and work a professional job.
Think for a minute about how many girls could have been happier and had better lives by focusing on their looks rather than their education.  How much time they wasted on books, how much money they wasted on tuition, and how many degrees are gathering dust in boxes because they finally got married and had a family and realized they were far, far happier staying at home than they ever were at work?
There’s nothing bad about not being smart, or not wanting to go to school.  For some girls that’s their best option.  These girls don’t deserve to be mocked or insulted, they’re taking care of themselves in the best way they can, and they deserve our support and understanding. 

prettythoughtsforprettygirls:

Education is Optional

If you want an example of the irrational expectations that girls have put upon them, you don’t need to look any further than the school system.  As a society, we’ve come to the point where education is a status symbol - getting a university degree is virtually mandatory in order to be considered a decent person, regardless of whether or not you have the ability or interest in getting it.  Anyone that doesn’t hold an advanced education as their absolute highest priority is considered faulty and looked down upon.

First off, it’s worth pointing out that the idea of girls being educated is a relatively recent phenomenon in human history - only in the last 100 years or so has it become commonplace, and only in the last 50 has it become expected.  Before that it was exceptional for a girl to have academic interests, and even then they was a narrower set of subjects that were considered suitable for girls.  That isn’t to say that girls should be denied the opportunity, of course, only that this is the very first generation of girls that’s faced this pressure to achieve academically, and there’s no reason to believe that it’s better this way.  This is 100% about societal pressure, and not about what is better for girls. 

Second, the pressure girls face to be educated is very unfair to girls that aren’t gifted academics.  An attractive girl that isn’t talented academically can achieve a higher quality of life and be happier by being with a man that appreciates her and provides for her than she can by spending the best years of her life forcing herself to under-perform in school so she can get a degree to obtain a job she isn’t suited for and hates.  For girls like this, being a stay-at-home bimbo is, by far, the better option for her, but she isn’t allowed to pursue it because the only “legitimate” life goal is to get an education and work a professional job.

Think for a minute about how many girls could have been happier and had better lives by focusing on their looks rather than their education.  How much time they wasted on books, how much money they wasted on tuition, and how many degrees are gathering dust in boxes because they finally got married and had a family and realized they were far, far happier staying at home than they ever were at work?

There’s nothing bad about not being smart, or not wanting to go to school.  For some girls that’s their best option.  These girls don’t deserve to be mocked or insulted, they’re taking care of themselves in the best way they can, and they deserve our support and understanding. 

(Source: hbombcollector)

prettythoughtsforprettygirls:

Being Equal is a Right, not an Obligation
Girls grow up being bombarded with rules about how a girl should be.  She must be smart, she must be strong.  She must be independent and dignified.  She must be respected and valued as an equal to any man, and anything less than being a perfect example of Girl Power makes her a whore and a disgrace to her gender.
These rules are a huge part of why a bimbo may feel ashamed of who she is.  A bimbo is very likely to not care about being smart or strong, she would rather have a man be smart and strong for her.  She doesn’t want independence or dignity, she just wants to feel pretty and precious.  She doesn’t want to be equal, she just wants to be wanted and safe.  
There’s nothing wrong with not wanting to be equal.
Every girl has the right to be equal, but she also has the right to choose something else, if that’s what she feels on the inside.  Equality can be a burden, and it’s not fair to make every girl carry that burden if she doesn’t want it.  Feminism came about so girls could make their own decisions in life - we should be ready to accept that a girl can choose to not choose anymore, and to just be a pretty bimbo that let’s someone else handle the important things.  
There’s nothing wrong with being a bimbo, and there’s nothing bad about not being equal.  You’re allowed to be whatever you want to be, meaning you can be as much or as little as you like.  No matter how much or how little you want to be, someone will accept you and love you for being exactly what you are.

prettythoughtsforprettygirls:

Being Equal is a Right, not an Obligation

Girls grow up being bombarded with rules about how a girl should be.  She must be smart, she must be strong.  She must be independent and dignified.  She must be respected and valued as an equal to any man, and anything less than being a perfect example of Girl Power makes her a whore and a disgrace to her gender.

These rules are a huge part of why a bimbo may feel ashamed of who she is.  A bimbo is very likely to not care about being smart or strong, she would rather have a man be smart and strong for her.  She doesn’t want independence or dignity, she just wants to feel pretty and precious.  She doesn’t want to be equal, she just wants to be wanted and safe.  

There’s nothing wrong with not wanting to be equal.

Every girl has the right to be equal, but she also has the right to choose something else, if that’s what she feels on the inside.  Equality can be a burden, and it’s not fair to make every girl carry that burden if she doesn’t want it.  Feminism came about so girls could make their own decisions in life - we should be ready to accept that a girl can choose to not choose anymore, and to just be a pretty bimbo that let’s someone else handle the important things.  

There’s nothing wrong with being a bimbo, and there’s nothing bad about not being equal.  You’re allowed to be whatever you want to be, meaning you can be as much or as little as you like.  No matter how much or how little you want to be, someone will accept you and love you for being exactly what you are.

(Source: womenagainstfeminism)

So am I the only one who wants to be choked out by a man and wake up to being savagely raped and beaten half to death, or is it just me?

rumbledoll-hotwife:

This is one of the things that frustrates me about keeping hubby in chastity. Whenever I’m desperate enough to fuck him, it doesn’t last long :/

How women should treat lesser males.

rumbledoll-hotwife:

This is one of the things that frustrates me about keeping hubby in chastity. Whenever I’m desperate enough to fuck him, it doesn’t last long :/

How women should treat lesser males.

My Cucky's Confession to my Bull

rumbledoll-hotwife:

I told him he had to write an email to my bull. I told him he had to tell Isaac the truth about his inability to dominate me (we’re both switches, but since I locked him up, he’s been a pretty miserable Dom). Here’s what hubby wrote:

Mistress has had me under lock and key all weekend, and she…