From Bistre Meerkat, 1 Year ago, written in Plain Text.
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  10. I think that for some of us, there is some deep truth that lies within those "bonded by rape" scenes. I agree with an earlier poster who said that perhaps the appeal was that a man would want me so much that he would do whatever he had to do, to possess me. Even force me to be his.
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  14. by sarahdinah on 2006 Feb 19 - 18:10 | reply to this comment
  15. Rape and TIH
  16. I'm puzzled by how these two things are supposed to go together. They seem to me be the opposite of each other. Being Taken In Hand is, I thought about wanting to have a man in control, whereas a rapist is a man who has no control at all, he can't restrain himself, but just succumbs to his violent passion. Do out-of-control men appeal to women so much?
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  18. Is this an extension of the 'soutern belle' complex that Florence King writes about in 'Southern Ladies and Gentlemen', where she explains that every southern girl was raised to believe that her goal in life was to have as many men as possible crazy about her? Is this what it's all about, the fantasy of driving a man out of his mind with lust? But how can a man who is out of his mind be taking a woman in hand?
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  20. by Louise C on 2006 Feb 20 - 05:54 | reply to this comment
  21. relation to TIH
  22. He is exserting his will in both cases , be it against her or for her.
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  24. The relation is in the rape that is of the Taken In Hand kind. One meant to possess her not devalue and harm her.
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  26. In Taken In Hand and in this kind of possession she is being taken.
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  28. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2006 Feb 21 - 03:58 | reply to this comment
  29. Out of control?
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