Oct 212011
 

In my ongoing search to find “quality” materials on BDSM, femdom, and kink, a friend of mine turned me on to a couple of femdom artists. 

What follows is a revision of something I first wrote in response to a question about what I liked about particular artists and images. Keep in mind, as always, that I claim very few areas of expertise. Femdom and art are two such areas–while I have very little understanding of either, I do have preferences, and perhaps, more opinions than I should.


Sardax femdom art image

Femdom Art of Sardax

I’m drawn to the emotion on a man’s face–his expression equally pleading and hopeful. I like to see his body strained, emphasizing the masculine physical characteristics I find attractive–well defined arms and chest, broad shoulders, and strong legs. The emphasis on his strained body makes his submission all the more meaningful.

I’m most drawn to a woman who looks somewhat aloof, but not actually detached. She is certainly confident and in control, but her dominance exists in a genuine connection to him, a connection that enables her to be both selfish and kind. She is unmistakably and effortlessly feminine, but she controls him as much with her mind as with her body.

He is consumed, eager, and attentive. She is all consuming, both in the sense that she takes freely and in the way she commands his full attention. It’s the representation of extremes–masculine and feminine, dominance and submission, cruelty and kindness–that I find most beautiful and compelling.

Sardax Rodzo Montorgueil femdom art showing dominant women
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sources and resources:  The Femdom Art of Sardax (artist’s website);  Rodzo’s Femdom Art (artist’s website);  Bernard Montorgueil (Luxnoxhex Collection of Erotic Art website);  Robert Bishop (Wikipedia entry)

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  1. The tender yet aloof (almost condescending) look of the women in the Sardax, and the strain of the male in the Bishop one definitely stand out for me. The regal repose of the women in Montorgueil is hot too! I rarely look at BDSM drawings but like these. Consuming and consumed… mmmm.

  2. DC: I agree. Some of the femdom art is just "too much" for my liking–too much pain, too much exaggeration of body parts, too much focus on genitals, etc.

    I prefer the stuff that has that balance of pleasure and pain. And I like to see people's faces. I'm all in favor of the objectification of body parts, but I prefer to see emotion.

    That Sardax might be my absolute favorite. The emotion on the faces of the man and the woman on the right are just perfect. It sets my heart aflutter… and other stuff too. ;)

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