And I will bare my soul in time

…when I’m kneeling at your feet.

I think we can agree, though, that it’s hardly femdom to expect men to do their share of the ironing. Including – obviously – making up for the backlog of several thousand years when they didn’t.

So we did.  I wonder what we’ll decide today.
Good thing there’s a woman in charge to take those tough decisions.

Sissy didn’t actually understand the book anyway. Men should go out to work, take decsions, look after their own lives? Terrifiying.
It’s a bluff.  I think it’s a bluff.

0 thoughts on “And I will bare my soul in time”

  1. Yes, it's easy to make that kind of mistake. Until you're married, obviously, then it becomes a lot harder. Just the other day, I mistakenly thought I'd enjoy sitting down and having a bit of a rest, before I suddenly came to the realisation that it would be much better to go and scrub the porch step. I think it's possible that had my wife not been there, I'd never have realised my mistake.

  2. So a new society run from the start by Women the only adults there. Their sons will need all sorts of lessons to start the next generation. Femsup

  3. Honey you know I am totally sympathetic to the idea of men's lib. It's sweet that you think you are my equal but you obviously are not, are you? I mean I own the house, the car, everything in the house, everything in our holiday home in Florida and I control all the finances. I even own the company you work for. So the biggest decision you have to make is which washing liquid to buy. Why don't you find out more about what men's libbers believe and then I can decide whether you can read their literature or even attend a meeting with your friend Keith, if his wife approves of course. I really don't know much about it, but remember it must not interfere with your chores or your attitude to me, my friends or my mother…ok? Good boy…now go clean my car.


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