Saturday, June 18, 2016

The “Secret” to Eternal Female Sexiness



The “Secret” to Eternal Female Sexiness


It never ceases to amuse me when I see advertisements for all the beauty products, body toning systems, clothes, and books on how to be alluring to men. It’s like the one area where women are so vulnerable to the bullshit. Oops. Sorry about that. But I do feel passionately about it.


Attractiveness is an inside factor. It is way more about mental and emotional makeup than physical appearances. Sure, sure, I like eye candy as much as the next guy. But I’m not stupid and I would not attempt to live a life trying to be nourished by candy.


When a woman is smart, funny, confident, even informed, they are a pleasure to be around. If all you get is “pretty” without those other factors it gets old, and even depressing very quickly; for me at least.


For US; I mean the men who read this blog, a DWC woman who embodies the role of disciplinarian is always sexy. There are thousands of F/m photos on the web and if you are like me, as long as the woman in them seems genuine, she is attractive. It’s not about their age, body type, even their clothing. It’s about if you get the sense that she would take control and spank the daylights out of you.


So, the “secret” I wish I could convey to so many women is that it really does not take a lot of time and certainly it costs almost nothing, to become a goddess in a man’s eyes. They don’t need to go to excessive lengths and spend a fortune. Sure we all want and need to look our best. But there’s nothing to gain by getting caught up in the phony, advertising-driven insecurities.


I wish I could tell them “Having the effect you dream of on your man is so close, so easy, and so good for your relationship. It’s really a no-brainer and it’s a win win.

Maybe this is a conversation you would like to have with someone?

4 comments:

  1. I'm pretty sure the ladies primarily doll themselves up to compete with eachother. I'm sure they know us guys are easily pleased! Good post!

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  3. Doll themselves up? Hmmm. Could be. What I usually notice is their expression and the implements they have.

    Sure I enjoy some eye candy as much as anyone. But it's minor when compared to the disciplinary aspect being displayed.

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