An exercise in proper English

Lesson 1

dominant: adjective (that means it describes shit.  For example, “Brown eyes are a dominant trait.”  Or, “I have a dominant personality.”)

Dominant: noun (that means it’s a person, place, or thing.  For example, “I am a Dominant.”  Also describes a specific role within BDSM. For example, “I am a Dominant woman.”)

dominate: verb (something you do. For example, “I dominate men for fun.”)

You are not a “dominate,” goddammit.  Stop saying that.


Cool.  Good talk.

4 thoughts on “An exercise in proper English

  1. collaredmichael says:

    lol. I think sometimes autocorrect is the reason for those errors. But you are correct–these mistakes and others (your/you’re etc) can be annoying! Still I’m grinning as I write this.

  2. Coyote from Orion says:

    Hope you’ve been okay Miss Jen. Best wishes for the solstice xx

  3. Coyote from Orion says:

    Always a good talk when we hear your perspective x

  4. Princess Aria says:

    Hey this is Aria again & hope you’ve been doing good. I meant to write a response to your comment last month and I really enjoyed your feedback on what you said 🙂 I also meant to say that I noticed theres somehow been more of a stigma placed on male submission images even in the context of femdom discussions. Yesterday I came across an article detailed the history of femdom (which spans back thousands of years even into the goddess worship rites of Inanna in ancient Sumeria and how young and older men were required to be bound and flogged in an erotic way by temple priestesses and “holy” prostitutes and while the article (for the most part) specifically discussed male submission and female dominance the author (for some reason) chose to only use photos of lesbian femdom pairings (and only used animations for male submission) and although I acknowledge lesbian femdom exists I found it bizarre and rather annoying due to the fact that the author specifically referred to male submission to dominant women throughout the article. Here is a link to the article and I posted a rather sarcastic comment on it lol . To me, it would make as much sense if someone wrote an article on how to make a PB&J sandwich yet only showed photos of ham & cheese sandwiches-if you catch my drift lol. It feels like some people are too scared to show male submission even when talking about it and it pisses me off, to be honest. 😦

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