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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 9 August 2017 13:00 /
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By  Burle  |  12

Man it is a messed up world we live in, words don't mean what they mean. Doesn't feminism mean women can live the way they choose to live? Thus a woman choosing to be dominated is feminist. But it's all backwards and has been turned into a women vs. men conflict that just leaves everybody unsatisfied

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By  Burle  |  12

Man it is a messed up world we live in, words don't mean what they mean. Doesn't feminism mean women can live the way they choose to live? Thus a woman choosing to be dominated is feminist. But it's all backwards and has been turned into a women vs. men conflict that just leaves everybody unsatisfied

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  DavyJoe  |  10

I agree that he shouldn't have broken up with her, but using your logic, shouldn't masculine mean that he should live the way he wants to and not engage in sexual activities like that?

By  Georgian_fml  |  15

damn, people these days break up over little things, if he really loved you or cared about you he would never break up with you over such a silly reason, youre better off with out him OP, you deserve better than that.

By  Naomi Lacelle  |  13

I wonder if he meant to say "feminine", as in you weren't acting girly enough in his eyes, or if he truly meant you weren't enough of a feminist, which, in that case, I habe no idea what he would mean by that.

By  Ifuckedthefeartu  |  30

I hate people who have the ridiculous misconception that as a feminist, one cannot like anything where they aren't dominate or the leader. Like people think bdsm and homemaking for example are mutually exclusive with feminism? Wtf

By  kricket5  |  15

You simply could've asked him to be more dominant in bed without including the word "masculine." It may have made him feel like he wasn't "man enough" for you. How would you have felt if he asked you to be more feminine in bed?

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