I knew very little about Her, so I was quite surprised to learn that She was married and that there was a 24/7 slavegirl living in the house. I was exited about the latter, because She was living my dream and She could teach me the tricks of the trade. I arrived on a Friday afternoon and downstairs, in the dungeon, Mistress was still pummelling Her customers into submission. After the last one crawled away, the slavegirl came upstairs, pointed at me and said: “You there, follow Me.” So I followed Her downstairs to the dungeon. “I want this place spic and span within the hour.” I laughed. Surely we were one big submissive family, right? Wrong! She nearly slapped me unconscious and that shut me up and opened my eyes. Man, She was so impatient, demanding and utterly ruthless. It was a really rough hour, I assure you. The rest of the weekend I sat at Her feet like a little dog. A slave-girl is not one of us, my friend, She’s part of the Female elite. She’s a Woman and therefor superior to men. My ass can vouch for that, because I arrived with a cheeky smile and left with a mighty sore bottom.
According to some authors Female Domination is a loving relationship between a submissive man and a dominant Wife. To others it’s not necessarily a loving relationship, nor is it – they say – restricted to the ancient old concept of an one-on-one partnership. A third group disagrees altogether and claims that Female Domination is a male fantasy to which Women are happy to oblige – for a certain price. Discipline & Punishment are equally confusing: some say these are essential building blocks of Female Domination, others dismiss it as pure nonsense. I could write a similar paragraph on Supremacy, Superiority, Authority and Matriarchy. So we think we speak the same language, but we don’t. Does it matter, you say? Yes, I honestly think it does. If we truly believe that Women should be in charge and if we seriously want to discuss the future of Female Domination (whatever it means), then at least let us get the vocabulary right. We should be on the same page by now, but we’re not even in the same book yet.