An Eric Stanton Paddling

When Eric Stanton could suppress his primary femdom fetish long enough to draw girls getting spanked, it was usually quite a lot of fun:

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  1. Fr. commented on March 17th, 2018:

    She’s still a femdom though! (I know what you mean. Submissive men, right?)

  2. SpankBoss commented on March 17th, 2018:

    Femdom is not a noun, you barbarian…

  3. Fr. commented on March 19th, 2018:

    Sure it is! Or rather, it can be. Even if you disagree that femdom can refer to a person (“female dominant” being the noun phrase, but abbreviated), it can still refer to the general concept of female domination in the abstract, a bit like the word “democracy” or “love.”

  4. SpankBoss commented on March 19th, 2018:

    That way lies anarchy. My hat can refer to a dog, if that’s how you want to play the game! But in its overwhelmingly majoritarian usage, “femdom” is an adjective that refers to female domination of men. It is specifically incorrect when used to refer to female domination of women, because it is confusing and misleading in that usage. There’s no similar argument against using “femdom” as a noun in the way that you argue, but no strong linguistic need for it, either. Referring to people as “femdoms” is in my opinion rude; there are respectful terms available, so why use a contraction, especially one that makes you sound like a rube?

    Of course I’m being a grammatical prescriptivist here for comedic effect.

    Speaking seriously, though, I really do believe that the adjectival use of “femdom” to mean women dominating men is the standard usage. Non-standard usages, here, carry with them a strong connotation that the speaker is a newbie or a neophyte, and does not understand the kinky words they are using. Most people speaking in the kink space would prefer to avoid those connotations, so I really do recommend sticking to the standard usage.

  5. Fr. commented on March 19th, 2018:

    I love music.
    I love America.
    I love democracy.
    I love femdom.

    In each of the above cases, the sentence is ending with a noun, albeit an abstract one.

    It’s also worth it to remember that a word doesn’t really have a part of speech until it’s used within the context of a sentence.

    Having said that, I’ll concede that I hear “domme” to refer to female dominants far more frequently than “femdom.” Yeah, I wouldn’t use the word “femdom” to refer to a person at a munch, either. (And these dommes will dominate men, women, or both.)

    Based on some erotic story collections I own, I’m not willing to concede that femdom porn (and in that case I am indeed using it as an adjective) always implies male submissives. The submissives could be male, female, or both.

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