Is Female Supremacy Taboo In Our Society?
What Is A Dating Site
Is Female Supremacy/FLR a taboo subject in American society?
We think it is because Slave Selection, a dating site for submissive men and dominant women is facing adversity at this moment. The dating site is dealing with advertisers and providers refusing to do business with them. It has been around since 2012 and has more than 250,000 members worldwide.
The reason for their refusal: Slave Selection is an adult site. However, these same companies refusing to work with us are working with other dating sites. Let’s take this opportunity to discuss what a dating site is. It’s a space on the internet designed to facilitate meetings, most often between single people looking for a life partner, companionship, or casual encounter. To register on a dating site, you must be at least 18 years old. Regardless of what the genre is for a dating site, the main objective for people creating profiles has always been to find a sexual relationship.
The Biggest Community Of Femdom Followers
So what is the difference between Slave Selection and other dating sites? Slave Selection is the largest site dedicated to female led relationships. On Slave Selection, you will find the biggest community of followers of femdom and Female Supremacy. It’s a collage of beautiful, dominant women looking for submissive men to be in relationships with.
Although we live in a society in which the best-selling book turned movie “50 Shades of Grey” (a movie based on the BDSM relationship between a dominant man and a submissive woman) was a huge success in mainstream media, the dating site is still being ostracized by providers and advertisers that are partnered with other dating sites.
The book has a passage describing it as the following: “This erotic romance contains explicit erotic scenes featuring elements of sexual practices involving bondage, discipline and variations of sadism and sexual submission leading to masochism.”
Female Supremacy And Our Society
This passage is a perfect definition of a sadomasochistic relationship. Based on this, it appears the reason why Slave Selection is having so much adversity is because it is about the dominant woman leading the submissive man. Is Female Supremacy the taboo in our culture? Despite these obstacles, we are very proud to have created Slave Selection.
We have already produced alot of gynarchic weddings by couples who met on the site, as well as, giving our members the opportunity to explore their kinky desires with a partner. We don’t claim to have the secret to success in femdom relationships, but we believe everyone looking for this type of relationship should have the chance to find it. After all, is it really a taboo when two consensual adults are together.