Dom or domme

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Dom or domme

The sad thing is, I understand why other women would want a feminine word for a dominant person. Because men are the default dominant people, of course. I just hate the way it sets us apart. I use dom as abbreviation for dominant in English all the time. Just like sub. I write dom person, or dom woman, dom man, female dom, male dom if I want to indicate sex.

Therefore switche! You know. Cool, huh?

Dom or domme

Come on, people. Yeah, femme means woman in French. And the language can change adjectives and some nouns to grammatically female forms by adding an e, and sometimes doubling a preceding consonant. Yes, homme. Which means man. O ye crafty gendering English wordsmyths. Welcome to Linguabsurdistan.

This sexist connotation, thank goodness, is changeable by language users themselves. I personally feel that pointing out the distinction is more of a problem.

Dom or domme

And I doubt male dominants would have these issues if we gave them a different term for their kink…. I still think you and your blog are fantastic even if I give your choice of title puzzled looks, not unlike a dog trying to understand English. I can well imagine that look…! They are good reasons, and solid, and I understand them. I suspect my ancient history as a dinosaur stomping the early days of the internet chat rooms has something to do with why I still like it anyway. I personally am quite happy with domme as a word although I can see why some women would have an issue with it.

The other dom or domme thing to me is that I often find there are subtle pronounciation differences between words which are said to sound the same but are spelled differently. In this case, for me, the m sound in domme is softer than the one in dom.

Dom or domme

OMG thank you. My boy seemed really surprised when I went off about it one day when he used it in chat. Or domme. Tom, I suppose this is about writing a non-fictional or fictional text, in which a specific dominant woman shows up? Pronouns with grammatical gender in English she, her etc. Yes, this makes perfect sense. Their sex does not make a difference with regard to their interest in domination, though. Nor does this interest exist dependant on their interaction with you.

Dom or domme

Domination is a sexually charged activity, yes. It is not, as an activity, female or male. Neither is submission. You are gendering this specific interest of theirs. It turns me off! Write Preferably share. I honestly think my style of domination makes me more like a male gleeful sadist than a female sensual dom.

And I do understand that in genedering a word, we often use a Latin diminutive suffix. Which brings me back around to something I started writing a few months ago: the terms dom and sub are so loaded with incongruous connotations that they are almost meaningless in our current BDSM culture, and that we — as a group dom or domme might be better served in looking for a new syntax to describe whatever the hell it is that we do.

Domme provides at least a little bit more info about me, though nothing close to the whole picture. To me it is a reference to French grammar where this is quite a standard way to distinguish between male and female. However whomever came up with doumay as a pronunciation is somebody that tries to look interesting and educated, yet has never learned a word of French. Tom, Yes, exactly. Heck, in my language we have three grammatical genders for nouns and adjectives used attributively. I agree. In that you have an entirely valid point that its a stupid word for most, especially as in many cases it dom or domme it seem like a female dominant party would be somehow different and possibly lesser in some eyes than a male dominant party.

However I have no problem with a dominant person wanting to use such a word personally because they like it for whatever reason, to each their own. I will say this though in defence of the pronunciation misconception crowd.

Dom or domme

This tends to be how I find misconceptions spread. Much like pronouncing a planet the same as someones rear end. Sidenote; we really do need to improve the reputation on that planet. I understand the sentiment, and I echo dom or domme to some extent. But I also use many of the terms described disparagingly here because I find they are descriptively accurate. But I generally think that people should be able to be called whatever they enjoy being called. I tend to refer to myself as a Dom. Call yourself whatever you feel comfortable with. I dubbed myself a Dom. And I let people have Domme as well.

Historically everyone used the word Dom for dominant. It was an abbreviated greeting used by the early telephone inventors for testing purposes. Yet, google Kleberg county Texas. First you say originally everyone used the word dom, then you say that masculine and feminine forms evolved to reduce confusion on BBSs. Repeating yourself with more mansplaining douchebaggery is not going to do it. Well, there is after all some amount of difference between male personnel and female personnel, and most people of whatever orientation or biology relate to males in a somewhat different manner than they relate to females.

Ferns I still think you and your blog are fantastic even if I give your choice of title puzzled looks, not unlike a dog trying to understand English. Lady Grinning Soul I personally feel that pointing out the distinction is more of a problem.

Hey, is it too late to get in on this? But: 1. I am too lazy to write out qualifiers. Well done.

Dom or domme

Exactly my thoughts.

Dom or domme

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