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Female Domination [Paperback]

Elise Sutton
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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4 Nov 2003
Sex, Relationships, Sexuality

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  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Lulu.com (4 Nov 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1411603257
  • ISBN-13: 978-1411603257
  • Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 15.3 x 1.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 304,391 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars This life as it is really lived 18 Aug 2007
Elise Sutton is a intelligent and a compassionate observer of the gamut of activities which take place under the name of Female Domination. This book is filled with first-person real-life accounts from many different couples. In a way this books is Studs Terkel for dominants and submissives.

Hearing the words of the many men and women for whom this life is fulfilling, affirming, and in fact loving, dispels the ugly distortion of the D/s lifestyle which is so prevalent in the mainstream media. In this book you hear from the real people for which Female Domination is a very positive way of life.

If you are a submissive man trapped on the threshold between acting your dream or staying in the closet forever, you really should read this book. If you are a dominant woman, or a woman who thinks she might be one, you might benefit from and enjoy this book as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Female Domination by Elise Sutton 24 Nov 2005
For years I had wanted to confess to my Wife that I was a 'closet submissive'. I desperately wanted her to dominate me but was scared to approach the subject with her. I had bought many books on Female dominance but Elise Sutton's 'Female Domination' is by far the best. It was the only book I felt I could show my Wife in the hope that she might understand my desire. She was a little apprehensive so I asked her to just read the introduction, nothing more. Now she can't put the book down! She loves it and is really racing through it. The book explains why men need to be dominated. It also explains, from a Woman's point of view the advantages of being dominant, and there are many!. Thanks to this book, both of our lives have improved. It is the perfect 'ice breaker' for a potential submissive to give to the woman in his life and I cannot recommend it highly enough!
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2.0 out of 5 stars misuse of the word 'love' 13 Aug 2011
a little background: elise sutton is a female supremacist. she believes women are superior to men.

there are some good things about the book. she attempts to stress "loving female authority" rather than the cruel, unloving variety, which is always good, although as i will explain, i feel her form of love is shallow. the lifestyle she advocates enables some men with powerful desires to integrate their secret fantasies with their real lives, reducing their inner conflict, their deviousness and their shame.

however, i find the whole concept of female dominance as a 'lifestyle' quite depressing. what it basically advocates is that a person's entire life, psyche and belief system rearranged around their sexual desires. there is more to life! i think what this book has the danger of feeding into sex addiction, which is a very real disorder, like alcoholism, drug abuse and other forms of addiction.

also, whilst she stresses loving female authority, in many cases i think men's fantasies around this area are quite masochistic. they are based on self-hatred and feelings of inferiority, and the dom/sub relationship and S&M activities only amplify these feelings. there are deeper psychological issues that need to be resolved or managed, not amplified. the fact that sutton masquerades as a compassionate, loving psychotherapist who can see into your brain seems quite dangerous to me. what some men need is not to have their desires met, but challenged. by selling them some half-baked philosophy about female supremacy, just because it turns on the man and gives sutton a power trip, seems exploitative to me.

i also take issue with the idea that true service to a person (i.e. to females) is just pleasing and pleasuring them. this is an act of erotic love, not compassion.
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2.0 out of 5 stars The Femdom Delusion. 25 Nov 2007
By Swiper
There seems to be a fine line between social philosophy and social delusion. The intelligent person understands the difference between both. "Female Domination" is a book written by a psychotherapist Elise Sutton whose joie de vivre is D/s relationships specifically dealing with the concept of female domination and male submissive erotic relationships.

Throughout this book I couldn't help noticing that Elise was attributing realistic relationship sexual practices and marrying them with her own philosophy, which happens to be her fervent belief in female supremacy - and not just women of the dominant nature but women as a whole gender - which I can't help but see that this book happens to be more propaganda than educational about alternative relationships. A good example happens to be one of Elise's arguments that female domination of the male gender happens to be proof of social change specifically with the way in which feminism has helped in empowering women which Elise has misconstrued as it being evidence of women's forthcoming "natural superiority" of the male gender. As a philosophy it seems great if it`s the product of a fertile, kinky imagination that does not extend as if it should be according to everyone else, and seen as nothing more.

In reality this book is only best read when taking the opening disclaimer as gospel and the rest of the book as pure fantasy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Female Domination- Elise Sutton 19 Sep 2013
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The sub-title about 'Loving Female Authority' says it all. Lovely cover picture by Sardax. Pity there are no more illustrations.
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