1). You’ve mentioned dominant men in your Tweets; can you describe what are some of the traits, characteristics of a dominant man, especially that turn you on? How does he make you feel?
Dominant men are very focused, confident, and goal oriented. They’re leaders in all aspects of life. They’re extremely protective over family and loved ones. They never command your respect but they quickly earn it from you.
They’re not lazy; they never give up on goals. They’re very stoic, strong, and stern. Dominant men understand their place in this world and how they’re biologically wired to lead and protect. They also understand a woman’s place in the world. They understand our place is to serve, support, and please them. Because they are in tune with gender roles, they have an uncanny ability to direct women.
Dominant men can tell a woman what they need to hear and teach them what they need to learn in order to please him. He has the natural ability to put her in her place. Once he’s established respect and trust from a woman, her only desire is to serve him. All she can think about it how to improve herself to better please him. Control is what we want and desire. Dominant men are experts at this. Dominant men make us feel alive and give us a true sense of being a ‘woman’.
2). Do you have a personal story you can share; one when you went out with a non-dominant/beta male? What exactly did he do (behavior, how he treated you, spoke to you, etc) that made you find him unattractive and turned you off?
Unfortunately I grew up in a time when feminism was extremely strong. Women were pushed into being leaders in all aspects of life. It was considered weak if we were submissive.
I grew up dating ‘whiteknighters’ – men that put women on pedestals and will say or do anything he feels she wants him to do. They always put the women first and went with everything we decided. Feminists have emasculated these men, and that’s what I was used to encountering. They were insecure, desperate, confused, tormented, lonely, and frustrated. All because they weren’t connected to their innate desire to dominate and be a leader. Men I dated would hang on my every word, every want. They spoiled me and gave me all control and power over them. I was supposed to adore this but didn’t.
Deep down, I felt ‘wrong’. I felt like I wasn’t operating correctly and didn’t understand why. I wasn’t operating how I was wired and intended to be. Over time, I began to hate myself and hated everyone around me, especially men. I became depressed, anxious, lost, and very chaotic. In other words, a feminist. Thank God I was corrected and connected to my submissive state.
3). You’ve mentioned before that women in general like to be submissive to a strong man. Can you explain what it means to ‘be submissive’?
Being submissive has nothing to do with being weak or insecure. Women are biologically wired and physically built to be submissive. When we are connected to those components, we are truly happy and love our lives. Being submissive is basically being a supporter and a pleaser to a dominant.
We are followers, nurturers, and take care of basic needs of the dominant. There is absolutely nothing weak about this. This is what we are intended to do and has nothing to do with being strong or weak. There are many levels of submissiveness and dominance. Some more extreme than others. But the gender roles and responsibilities are all the same.
Once a woman accepts her submissiveness and surrenders control to a dominant, everything about her changes in a positive way. Stress is washed away. Anxiety is washed away. So is hatred, animosity, sadness, and emptiness. When women are submissive, their purpose of living is being utilized. We feel needed and special. The exact same effect when a man accepts his innate desire to dominate.
4). Why do so many people (feminists) view ‘being submissive’ as a negative? Do you think women denying their ‘submissive’ side is why we have a lot of miserable women nowadays?
Feminists view submissiveness as negative because they simply don’t understand it. Over generations men and women have been brainwashed into being the opposite of their intended purposes. A lot of women still believe they need to be leaders and conquer the world. They can’t understand why all women wouldn’t want to be this way.
Submission is negative to them because that’s what they were taught to believe. They view it as being weak. Little. Insecure. When really they have never experienced submission before. They’re scared. And being scared in their eyes is unacceptable. So they bash it and do anything possible to get rid of it. So women that deny their intended submissive state inside them, are indeed, very depressed. They are extremely lonely and are desperate for attention.
Don’t get me wrong, all women love attention. But the attention they receive from exercising ‘girl power’ is meaningless within them. It doesn’t satisfy the original fundamentals of being a True woman. Being submissive. Their world is very chaotic. But once they get over the fear of accepting their gender roles, our world will be so much more productive and self sufficient.
5). You’ve tweeted: “One thing that’s so erotic is looking her dead in the eyes when you’re Pounding her. Look at her. Tell her she is yours and no one else’s”. Most men would be shocked to hear this (not me). What about this, specifically, gets you going? How does it make you feel?
Sex is the most intimate action men and women take when showing their love and bond. If the man is dominant over her… Aggressive and protective over her, she feels her best.
During sex, the more dominant and controlling he is shows the woman she is doing a wonderful job at pleasing him. And allows her to let go, be free, and trust him to lead the passion. She is responsible for his outstanding actions of dominating her. We want to feel like we are owned. We love hearing that we belong to a man. We are dependent creatures that need to be serving and pleasing a dominant.
To be able to get a dominant man so passionate, so turned on, so overwhelmed that he is penetrating me as hard as he can. And displaying his strength over the rest of my body is what I crave. For him to look into my eyes and tell me I’m his while he’s making love to me only stronger seals the bond and submission I have for him.
6) What’s one piece of advice you’d give to young women today; in regards to relationships, being a woman, etc?
Block out all the noise around you. Block out peer pressure and what’s popular. Quiet down your mind and heart. Try to connect with what’s inside you. Learn to identify what makes you feel like a beautiful, exhilarating woman.
Focus on what dominance looks like in front of you. Imagine being submissive to it. Focus on what being submissive really entails. Concentrate on how your body physically reacts to what you’re thinking. Learn about it; do research. Apply it little by little in your life. Go with what makes you happy and feel the most at peace.
7) What’s something that you’ve seen men do to you during romance/sex that you really enjoy? What’s something that you’ve seen men do to you that you did not like/did not turn you on during romance/sex? (Romance as in the sexual tension leading up to sex; at the bar, in the apartment, bringing you in a the room, etc).
Men that are connected to their dominance are very natural at controlling. When he can dictate every move I make or what I can see is sexy. He is in charge of everything. What I wear, how I look, how I smell. He can restrain me how he wants. Pull, grab, or smack anything he pleases. He has it all planned. And all while telling me I am his property. I am responsible for pleasing him. Watching him get animalistic with desire for me and choosing how to use me for his satisfaction is exhilarating. Confidence is pouring out everywhere from him. I can trust every move he makes on me because he is so confident and such a leader.
Men who are insecure, scared, and intimidated by me is very sad. I can see their fingers shaking. Their mouth trembling. Their voice cracking. All because they are unsure of what to do with me. What to say. Even when they fake dominance, I can sense that and they know I can. Intimidation for a woman is a clear sign that he isn’t fully in tune with his dominant core. This awkwardness from him makes me extremely uncomfortable, nervous, and angry.
Final Thoughts: Women Want a Dominant Man
Men and women are different. We have different wants and desires.
Do not fall for the feminist P.C. line that men and women are exactly the same and equal in every way. We aren’t.
Men lead, and women follow. This is how it’s always been. I did not create this, and neither did Stephanie. It’s just how it’s always been, and how it always will be.
But a woman will not follow just any man. Only a strong, dominant man that can make her submit.
There is nothing malevolent or ‘bad’ when I say make her submit.
She has to willing choose to submit to you, if you’re the type of man she has desire for.
With that said- let me know in the comments sections if you agree or disagree, or have any questions.
Until next time.