Alpha, beta, etc

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  10. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2005 Oct 18 - 02:30 | reply to this comment
  11. Race noted:
  12. I would find it hard to believe that a strong willed women would try to find comfort and connection with a lesser-willed man.
  13. One of the repeated themes on this website is that of women who are not able to find men to take them in hand. One reason that a strong woman might try to find that comfort with a lesser-willed man is that there aren't enough dominant men to go around.
  14. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2004 Oct 3 - 07:44 | reply to this comment
  15. It takes a strong woman to submit... to a strong man
  16. But when a man wishes to submit, it is assumed he is lesser-willed and weak. Hm. Why does it "take a strong woman to submit" but it doesn't "take a strong man to submit?"
  18. Women do not need to be strong to submit. However, a strong man often needs a woman to be strong if she is going to submit to him.
  19. A strong man could not use his full strength with a too-weak woman. He would have to hold back in order to avoid crushing her (metaphorically and/or literally).
  21. So, the point is, if a woman wants to submit to a strong man, she must be strong in her own right in order to meet his strength. Thus, the best hope for a taken in hand relationship might be between a man and woman who are nearly matched in strength.
  23. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2004 Oct 3 - 07:54 | reply to this comment
  24. Strength intertwined with dominance
  25. From the home page, in reference to this thread...

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