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  14. by DeeMarie on 2004 Dec 22 - 09:21 | reply to this comment
  15. What these terms mean to you
  16. Greetings DeeMarie,
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  18. I have no problem whatsoever with your chosen lifestyle. As I have said, I wish you the best of luck in finding a suitable partner. There seems to be a fellow by the name of Eric who says he is your type and if he exists, I am quite sure there must be others.
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  20. Also, my thanks at the sharing of information concerning the meaning of "forceful physical". My understanding is increased.
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  22. In fact, if your post had just been focused on sharing your own vision of being taken in hand, I would have found it most interesting, and not felt compelled to respond at all.
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  24. But that is hardly to the point. My objection was to your use of the labels of submissive (and dominant) to define your need for being manhandled. For myself, the word "dominate" means precisely what it means - to control a place or a person - How that is done, and in what manner, is up to the individual. The same may be said about submission.
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  26. The way I see it, your submissive response is provoked by being roughed up a bit. You yourself have said that once your get your hit of rough-housing you are a happy obedient girl until you need another fix. For other women it might require a whip. Still others may only require a spoken word. It varies from girl to girl. But once brought to the surface, your submissive response is much like any other females, you do as you are told.
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  28. IOW – it is not the manner in which you are put in your place that makes you submissive, it is how you behave once you are in that place that defines your nature. You seem to be confusing the two. Even Eric seems to prefer the use of the term resistant rather than submissive.
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