Men in pain

While I’ve hung up my whip and don’t dabble on the dark side of causing my SO pain anymore, I have to say that I still quite often enjoy watching men in pain. There’s something about it that generally ticks my ‘yummy’ boxes more than watching girls in pain. It’s very curious and I was thinking about why I like it while laying in bed at 4am listening to the massive thunderstorm we were having. Why? What else should one be thinking about 4am on a Saturday morning? My full bladder and the fact that I couldn’t be bothered to get out of my warm bed and empty it? Nah…that would make too much sense.

Anyway, I have a little theory – men are a lot more embarrassed to show pain than girls are and it’s that shame factor that does it for me.

I find that boys in pain swear, grit their teeth and generally try to be pretty non-reactive (unless they’re drama queens and then I quickly switch off). It’s cute that they still try to be ‘strong’ when their dick is turning blue and their nuts are receiving some pointed attention. I like to watch them struggle and be out of control.

I think the other thing that plays into it is the fact that girls in pain is such a common sight that it’s almost expected, but boys in pain (whether it be pain caused by women or other men) is still quite a niche area and I have a sneaking feeling that it’s because having women on the receiving end is more ‘acceptable’ than having boys receive the same treatment.

You can glean what you will from these observations of mine including, but not limited to: (a) I watch too much porn (b) I have latent dominant feelings or (c) I’m weird and should go to the toilet when my body tells me it needs to go.

Enjoy your weekend (my beating window is open again…I will report back later…lol.)

lego

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  1. Ohh, I can’t bear to watch men showing pain, it kills me. I cringed while reading your description! I think it just destroys my image of what a man should be 😦 I’m fascinated by your personal story through and the big switch, I will have to read through your blog and try to get more details. 😉

    1. I didn’t really blog too much about my time on the other side of the fence. I felt strange writing about it as though I needed to keep all ‘dark and mysterious’ being the dominant one (it’s weird I know, but that’s how I felt.)
      I think I like to see normally strong men in pain or out of control. It’s no fun if they’re always wimps and it’s just like another day at the office…lol.

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