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So What’s An F.L R.?

The character of the power dynamic can vary from just impacting certain facets e.g. from the bedroom or decision making; to complete command over all parts of your partnership.

As feminists and sex equality activists have begun to dismantle and struggle conventional social hierarchies, we are starting to see a rise in the number of girls and men that are publicly pursuing female headed relationships. Ladies wish to take the lead and guys are trying to find strong, competent women.

Traditionally men have held this authoritative function within relationships, families and households but now with the constraints eliminated many girls are discovering the leadership function organic to them. And not only in relationships but also for whole countries. From single mothers to smart business girls to heads of state, girls are rapidly proving to guys they are equally as capable.

So that it is very good news for the two genders as it means guys no more must project a machismo and take on most of the pressures of being providers. As soon as it’s liberating for alpha women, (who unlike guys — who are regarded as natural leaders, have been regarded as overbearing and bossy,) because they currently can adopt their strong smart personas. People irrelevant of the gender can behave in accord with their own character without the fear of social stigma.

FLR & Femdom

It is important to understand FLRs exist within a spectrum. Here in The English Mansion and within the area of femdom we’re primarily interested in researching its furthermost place. FLRs have immediate parallels with the 247 or possessed slave BDSM lively and may be the foundation for a sub/dom paring or perhaps union. (They probably simply have less leather or rubber without the requirement of a dungeon.)
Femdom FLRs are in which the girl takes complete control and makes all of decisions in her relationship. Chastity devices, enforced feminisation and cuckolding can play an significant part the training.

Notice: What FLR is not

  • a) It is not an abusive relationship but one agreed on or one which just obviously functions;
  • b) it’s not one that looks like a mother/child dymanic, it is a healthy adult relationship;
  • c) also it’s not an ongoing exhausting energy battle.

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