Let's talk about establishing dominance in a relationship.

iblink

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So I'm watching Why did I get married too, and I'm noticing the football guy has a wife who's just really out of line. So it led me to thinking, is male dominance in a relationship important to you guys?

If so, why? If not, why?

From personal experiences, I haven't really had to make it a point to "put my foot down". But I've never had a girl who's tried to act as if they were queen of the universe.
 

reeeem0

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i had one like that....i had to lay hands on her for her to....reach an understanding


wasnt fun but it got the point across
 
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When I was young, I used to get mad heated if my gf(s) didn't see my point and/or if I didn't have my way..I demanded #$@% & whatnot 

Talking to a couple of my exes about our past relationships, some have admitted that they were scared of me.. IMO, not a good look 


As an adult, I've come to learn that understanding & equality in a relationship is key to a fruitful one. 
 

reeeem0

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Originally Posted by HOVKid

Just walk out of the kitchen and turn up the valume on the TV.
i dont got that option on my tv....where u get one of those at??
 
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Originally Posted by iBlink

Originally Posted by Nawth21

male dominance
Give us your take on female dominance.
Only place for male dominance is in the bedroom


Aside from that
, BOTH parties should treat each other like adults and with respect. 
 
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If your woman respects you, your "dominance" doesn't need to be established. Having a mutual respect is all thats needed as adults. You high schoolers are on some other stuff, though.
 
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Originally Posted by juggy4805

If your woman respects you, your "dominance" doesn't need to be established. Having a mutual respect is all thats needed as adults.
QFT
 

riverxbear

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It depends on what type of girl you with

white girls will prolly do what ever you want as long as your nice or so i have heard.

i tried this with spanish , and black girls , and almost got killed more than 1 time.
 
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Originally Posted by juggy4805

If your woman respects you, your "dominance" doesn't need to be established. Having a mutual respect is all thats needed as adults. You high schoolers are on some other stuff, though.
Exactly, there is no need for dominance if respect is present.
I don't want be dominant over someone and I definitely don't want a dude to be dominant over me. A relationship in which there is a continuous power struggle doesn't sound appealing to me.
 
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Males should always have the upper hand, but should never be overly dominant to the point the woman is scared.


Nawth =
 
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Originally Posted by juggy4805

If your woman respects you, your "dominance" doesn't need to be established. Having a mutual respect is all thats needed as adults.
 
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Originally Posted by RiverXBear

It depends on what type of girl you with

white girls will prolly do what ever you want as long as your nice or so i have heard.

i tried this with spanish , and black girls , and almost got killed more than 1 time.
QFT....I've dated 1 white girl in my whole life and they're all little weaklings (im white btw, eastern european with turkish ancestry so you could mistake for anything 
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Spanish girls on the other hand love dominance from their men 
...gotta let em know whos papi 
 
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Eh, it depends... the take on it. Sure we can establish male dominance in the sexuality of a relationship is acceptable but...

The whole "go in the kitchen and make me a sandwich" phrase didn't just come out of thin air, did it? I mean no Chauvinism here, however I'm beginning to lose faith into this whole "equal rights" BS that "women" ask of in a relationship. It seems "having respect" comes out maintaining some kind of presence in a female. That presence transpires into the whole level of attraction and what it is you desire out of your said "dream guy."

Otherwise, why bother acknowledging/accepting such a matter if he didn't "earn it" in the first place?
 
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i havent read this thread but ima gonna say:

the person that cares less has more control
 
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