For the LGBT Gay Life is just better when I_m with you shirt Apart from…,I will love this same reasons a female would wear a choker. It’s a symbolic way of a female saying she’s submissive and a leash for a man shows ownership and that you’re dominant. Similar to how a dog would bite down on a female’s neck and keep her in place and from moving, it’s to keep the male in control. My husband and I love to do it (even without sex), sometimes I love the toxicity. I love it when he calls me out my name or just straight up humiliates me as if I’m easy to break and hurt. He gives me orders and if I don’t follow them he’ll spank me or choke me til I say “I’m so sorry daddy.” Not all females are into this though. Being treated like a dog is not for the lighthearted. Say if you would wanna call her a bitch or hit her around a few times basically do what you want, some females will see that as abuse even if it’s not what you’re intending. Set the boundary first and then if she consents then have fun. I find it amazing to have a tall masculine man to make me feel pain and humiliation in the most vile yet loving way. If you’re wanting to treat her like that in only an abusive way then I think you should be alone for awhile or hold off on sex or kinkiness 😅
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