Sure. Unless the submissive woman has no desire to be “feminine,” or, unless she has no desire to be with someone “completely masculine.” Unless it’s reductive to assume all submissive women want the same thing. Unless you don’t believe submissive women require connection with someone masculine to fulfill their “hunger to be completely feminine.” Unless you don’t assume we all endorse shared understandings of masculinity and femininity. Unless “feminine” and “masculine” are big fat fucking constructs that a woman and her someone don’t endorse.
For fuck’s sake. It’s bad enough someone put this ignorant heteronormative bullshit out there into the ether. I assume it’s some dominant who squeaks like a school girl every time someone forgets to address him with a capital ‘D’. (You know, capitalization is the highest form of respect).
What I can’t understand is how, in just two hours, this shitty attempt at being deep and Dom(me)ly was favorited by 33 people and retweeted by 47 people.
What the fuck’s wrong with you people?
Is this starry-eyed-bad-romance-novel-failed-poet crap that compelling you feel the need to share it? Seriously?
If this is the type of vapid, ignorant bullshit that “speaks to your heart,” then you need to take a serious look at yourself. I won’t speak to your heart, but I’m damn sure your mind is fucking empty, and I strongly suggest you fill it with something of higher quality and substance… like cartoons or cats or something.
While we’re on it, (shitty faux-meaningful bullshit aside,) can we fucking quit it with the whole submission = feminine and dominance = masculine thing? Can we quit privileging particular embodiments and performances of some gender roles over others? Can we quit passing this type of crap around as if we endorse it? Can we stop being so fucking ignorant that we assume it goes-without-saying?
Yeah, I get it. You may prefer certain performances over others. You may privilege certain embodiments over others. But please, for fuck’s sake, don’t assume your preferences are mine, or someone else’s, or everyone’s. Don’t pass it on as shared, universal, or natural… because it’s not.