The Fine Line Between Masculine Sexual Dominance & Misogyny.

This fine line can only be drawn by the 2 people (or however many) involved. Period.

Male sexual dominance and misogyny are not mutually exclusive.

When a couple enjoys to have unadulterated rough sex, it does not mean they hate each other or like to see the other get hurt.  In fact, most healthy couples who enjoy being subdued love each other very much and have set up clear communication on how to signal their limits.

Also, I would like to note that the usage of certain words is also relative to the sender/receiver.  Some people enjoy being called a slut or a whore, to those people it's just like being called a “dirty girl”.   We are the ones who give words meanings.  To me slut just sounds so good.  When it's used, I know it's not because they love me any less, but because they know I like hearing it and it gets me off, and especially wet.

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