My Prize For Being A Disobedient Submissive

What does it mean  Being A Disobedient Submissive?

I am sometimes sassy and I giggle, I like to push the boundaries but in the end I do as I’m told. I grumble when you ask me to do things but I do them anyway, with always a hint of sass made in the way of a comment or eye gaze. But the punishment is so much sweeter an intoxicating rush runs through my body when you grab a hold of me, when you object to my behaviour I melt, the authority you have over me makes me feel aroused and secure.

You’re not gentle when you smack me it makes me wet, it’s not the pain, it’s the authority and it’s the presence you make on me. Sometimes I want danger and unpredictability, sometimes I want to get out of my own head and do the wrong thing, sometimes I don’t want to be so planned and organised. There really is an art to negotiating dominance and power play fucking.

Being A Disobedient Submissive

I desire to feel like your princess, yet I also crave the thrill of your touch in the dark, never knowing your next move. Loving to submit without fully embracing submission is perplexing; pushing boundaries and tempting fate, only to comply, is exhilarating. I’m not inherently mischievous, but for a fleeting moment, a surge of adrenaline makes me so.

Occasionally, when I gaze at you, I yearn to envelop you entirely, to seize control, to possess you utterly. I long to strip you of power, to witness your surrender. I aspire to merge seamlessly with you, to feel your grip on my hips as you thrust into me, losing myself in the sensation, every sound, every tingle.

The desire to submit is strong, yet relinquishing that power is daunting. Perhaps it’s a matter of trust? Maybe I’m holding back? Maintaining control over myself feels essential, yet I struggle to do so while surrendering to you. Understanding that every objection, every hint of defiance, will lead to consequences, in whatever form they may take.

Maybe it’s fear as well, what If I don’t like what is happening?

What if I feel hurt? What if it triggers something I don’t want it to elicit? I lack a dominant bone in my body, yet I relish being in control, or at least maintaining a sense of self-command.

Within, I yearn for that liberty; I desire the sensation of weightlessness in my mind. To submit and be respected, to experience dominance while being dominated, to feel every move revered.

At times, I desire for you to possess me, to assume control, igniting a primal urge within me. I long to envelop myself in you, to experience the fullness of our connection, mutually felt.

Being A Disobedient Submissive
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But in the end isn’t the submissive the dominate one? Isn’t it in the end the submissive the one who is actually in control allowing the acts to happen, and controlling the outcome?

The feeling of your hands holding my hips so tight, reminds me you own me, For me to be yours. I want you to not be gentle, ravage me; and for you to take me, because you deserve me. Free me from my mental restraints.

I don’t want to be in control andwant you to fight me for that power. To feel the release of satisfaction.

The sexual power of submission, leading and following

One of the most powerful things you hold is your power to submit, most people have psychological blocks. Bing powerful enough to release those and become submissive is something else. Submissive is seen as a negative, the feeling of losing while being dominant is winning.

But being submissive is so much more it is virtuous and highly desirable.

It is like a dance with “leading” and “following”. Learning to follow is hard, and it is something that requires a lot of attention and focus. This is the same with sexual submission, being submissive is not star fishing on the bed; it is actively receiving and enjoying.

We are wired with many primal switches that are triggered around being dominated. They are delicious and arousing when you are using your erotic brain. Submissiveness can bring with it a cocktail of emotions, these emotions range from being in pure awe and appreciation on the sweet side, to fear and humiliation.

It is an exchange of energies that spiral upwards in grander and more superior erotic turn-ons.

Morgan x

Author: Morgan is a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

The Intricacies of Submissiveness: Human Psychology

The world of human relationships is a complex labyrinth of emotions, desires, and power dynamics. One such intriguing aspect is the psychology of submissive behavior. What are the intricacies of submissive behavior, its implications, and the profound impact it has on interpersonal relationships.

Unraveling the Concept of Submissiveness

Submissiveness, at its core, is a behavioral trait characterized by a willingness to yield to others. It manifests in different forms, from showing respect to authority figures to signaling appeasement in order to avoid conflict. Submissive behavior is not merely about acquiescence or deference but also about personal choice, trust, and emotional resilience.

Submissiveness: A Sign of Strength or Weakness?

Stereotypically, submissive behavior is associated with weakness or a lack of confidence. The truth, however, is far more nuanced. Submissiveness is not necessarily synonymous with a lack of strength or self-assuredness. In fact, many submissive individuals demonstrate considerable emotional resilience and inner confidence. This underlies the fact that submissiveness is more about personal preference, rooted in one’s sexuality and personality.

The Underlying Psychology Behind Submissive Behavior

The psychology behind submissive behavior is multi-faceted. It could be driven by a desire for emotional connection, a need to relinquish control, or an intrinsic pleasure in being dominated. A considerable percentage of individuals who identify as submissive believe that their submissive tendencies are intrinsic and have always derived pleasure from specific types of pain.

Dominant Vs. Submissive: Understanding the Dichotomy

Dominant individuals are generally assertive, confident, and analytical. They like to be in control and often take charge of situations. On the other hand, submissive individuals are typically more introverted and prefer to follow rather than lead. They often defer to others in decision-making situations. There are also individuals who identify as switches, enjoying both dominant and submissive roles, demonstrating the fluidity of these behavioral traits.

The Role of Submissiveness in Relationships

In relationships, submissiveness can serve as a foundation for building trust and intimacy and strengthening bonds between partners. Submissive behavior can also be a form of communication, promoting open and honest dialogue between individuals. By understanding and accepting one’s submissive desires. Partners can explore their sexuality safely and consensually, thereby boosting self-esteem.

Submissiveness and Reproductive Success

Interestingly, research suggests that hierarchically disparate couples, with one dominant and one submissive partner, might have higher reproductive success. Evolutionarily, this is a significant advantage as such couples tend to have more offspring than those where both partners are of equal rank.

Emotional Benefits of Submissive Behavior

Submissiveness brings about several emotional benefits. Some individuals find security and satisfaction in being the dominant partner in a relationship. This could stem from their upbringing, past experiences, or an intrinsic comfort with being in control. Having a partner who willingly surrenders power and provides strong support can make the dominant individual feel more confident and valued.

Submissiveness and BDSM

Submissive behavior often finds a place in the world of BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Submission, Sadism, Masochism). A substantial minority of both men and women fantasize about or engage in BDSM, which often involves role reversal and power dynamics. Submissive individuals may be appealing to those who enjoy taking charge, especially in the bedroom.

Openness and Vulnerability: Key Facets of Submissive Behavior

Submissiveness is often linked to openness and vulnerability. Women who appreciate openness and clear communication might be drawn to submissive men as these individuals. They are more likely to be transparent about their thoughts, feelings, and desires.

Submissiveness: A Path to Personal Growth and Self-Discovery

In many spiritual traditions, submission is seen as a pathway to personal growth and self-discovery. By surrendering to a higher power or authority figure, individuals create space for wisdom and guidance. Cultivating a deeper connection with their inner self and spiritual beliefs.

Submissiveness: A Personal Choice

Submissiveness is a complex behavioral trait deeply ingrained in human psychology. It is a personal choice that should be respected and understood. By honoring the needs and desires of others, we not only strengthen our relationships. this also add a sense of meaning and purpose to our own lives. So the next time you encounter someone who appears to be submissive, remember that their behavior is much more than meets the eye.

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