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  11. Yesterday I owned up to something I had done that turned out to be disrespectful towards him and he let me know that it was certainly inappropriate.I was not fearful of my husband but I did fear the pain of the spanking. He was able to administer it quite successfully despite my protests. The more I protested the harder it was.
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  13. The most important thing for me is not fear but the complete trust that I have in my husband,
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  15. by Kat on 2004 Nov 13 - 01:21 | reply to this comment
  16. Developing a taste for fear
  17. The fact that some of the women posting here do not like being afraid and are not afraid of their men, should not surprise anyone.
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  19. There are plenty of people who do not like roller coasters, scary movies or haunted houses. Enjoying fear, being aroused by fear and craving fear are a matter of individual taste.
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  21. It is no different from enjoying, or being aroused by, the smell of leather.
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  23. Furthermore, it is possible to develop a taste for something that you currently don't like, especially in a different context. I never liked capers until I tried them with lox and cream cheese.
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  25. Similarly, a woman might find that she can develop a liking of fear or be aroused by it if it is flavored in a particular way.
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  27. Experiencing fear along with something that you find arousing, and in a context where you are pretty sure you are safe, might give you a taste for it by association.
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