Well I read the definition and thought to myself, ‘With just the smallest of tweaks, its perfect.’ It read :
‘Coercive and controlling behaviour can include the abuser preventing their victim from having friendships or hobbies, refusing them access to money and determining many aspects of their everyday life, such as when they are allowed to eat, sleep and go to the toilet.’
I thought – just amend it to read (as follows) and it will be perfect. ‘Coercive and controlling behaviour can include the abuser preventing their victim from having friendships, hobbies, free time and a normal sex life. Refusing them access to their genitals and money, and determining many aspects of their everyday life, such as when they are allowed to eat, orgasm, sleep and go to the toilet. Constantly humiliating them and often subjecting them to hours of sensory deprivation bondage, AND keeping their little submissive souls thoroughly contented.’
The original definition comes from the UK’s new addition to domestic abuse definitions so that they now go beyond violent physical abuse to cover psychological and emotional abuse. Of course, I thoroughly support this change in the law – EXCEPT where the ‘victims’ are submissive males who got themselves into their situation by requesting experimentation with their own fantasies!
The whole thing reminded me of something I read sometime ago, written by a Domme. She set out a descriptive list of abuses at Guantanamo bay produced by amnesty international, and her comment – ‘Hmmmm, sounds devine’!
No doubt, I will now receive abusive comments branding me a hypocrite and much worse. AS IF I CARE! I always respond to criticisms of me over the lot of bitch-boy in the same way. If the commenter is so concerned about the rights of others then stop reading my blog and start taking global action over female genital mutilation, forced marriages, the right of all females to be educated and the starvation of children through the unequal global distribution of wealth and assets.