female domination

female domination

A self-explanatory term for the domination of a partnership by the woman, which ranges from decision making (in a socionormative partnership) to domination (in the context of BDSM sexual role play).
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This was originally described by the Guardian reporter as female domination, before being changed upon realisation that making up less than half of something cannot equate to domination.
And nearly 100 years later they are winning real power right across the world, as what began as female emancipation becomes female domination.
She partially attributes the branch's female domination to a strong nonfiction film community.
The following statement will be defended in this study: In the story "Georgy Porgy," Dahl uses stylistic elements to portray the main character's mental illness that can be classified as Freudian, characterised by an experience of a childhood drama, neuroticism, sexual rigidity and female domination.
Further female domination came in the Junior Singles where Whyte took the title, beating Sam Hitchen 3-1 in the final.
Nurse Mildred Ratched - a character who has passed into the cultural lexicon as the embodiment of evil female domination - is played by Jessica Ray.
They say that once women from reserved seats start standing in unreserved seats, a creeping female domination will result.
The real effect of female domination may be felt less in the boardroom than in our day-to-day existence.
At its mildest, female domination is no more than the woman taking charge from time to time, like leading him by his tie into the bedroom and making him stand there as she undresses him.
Turning in pole position, she would be tough nut to crack and she can go on to continue the recent female domination of the Select by following Dairlyand Sue (2004) and Roxholme Girl (2005) on to the roll of honour.
Other songs are about the female domination and lack of liberty in the couple, such as "Il tuo stile" ("Ton style") and "La Solitudine" (La Solitude").
She shows how the increasing female domination of synagogue life in many American cities in this period reflected larger social patterns, an indication of the difficulties inherent in "Americanizing Jewish gender identity and public Jewish worship" (p.