Domination submission psychology
Dominant or Submissive? Paradox of Power in Sexual Relations | Psychology Today
How It Really 'Feels' To Be The Submissive Sex Partner | HuffPost
What's perhaps most interesting in all this is the psychological (rather than sexual ) relief that many alpha males in socially dominant positions experience in identifying with the submissive role (think bankers, CEO's, even university deans) .
Fantasizing themselves as “liberated” from all the responsibilities that go with.
My last post revealed that socially dominant women enjoy sexual submission fantasies more than other women. Why is that? At the annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology meeting in February I spotted a poster [PDF] by Hawley and another student, Justin Lynn, that answers this question.
Again, they used.
Description:Future research might consider more specific aspects of how people participate in BDSM to provide a richer understanding of the psychology of this intriguing area of human life. One example that we can probably relate to pertains to female dogs, who sometimes mount other females or for that matter legs of humans. Research could confirm whether subs are higher than average, or indeed whether doms are lower than average in this important trait. Individuals who have bought the whole conventional package cannot independently find alternate channels of relating to the life process, but they often attain the status of good critics, living with high levels of hate and anger in the personality, and this free floating oppressive stress must be covered up by artificial embellishments of their fun and pleasure life. A good description and critique of the study can be found here.