It’s a Man’s world, ladies.
Know your place and everything will be just fine.
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One of the best ways to gaslight her is to use the simple phrase, “I know you better than you know yourself, and you’re wrong.”
Suddenly, she becomes confused. She starts questioning herself. “It’s true. He knows me really well. Could he be right? Am I wrong?”
Inevitably, she’ll come back to you and say something like, “if I’m wrong, what makes you think you’re right?”
That’s the perfect opportunity to talk down to her like she’s a toddler. Yes, she’ll get even more frustrated but the physical effects – her instant arousal – are undeniable.
Gaslighting can be a lot of fun. Make sure you have consent to do it, but once you do, make her question the very core of her beliefs for your amusement.
You may think that all you have to do is cut off her air supply. Think again.
On Tumblr, and a lot of other places for that matter, you’re
going to see a lot of scenes of a man choking a girl. For girls, it’s a turn on that a man has that
kind of control and power over them. For
men, it’s a turn on that her very life is in his hands.
But what you see isn’t necessarily what you should be
doing. NEVER choke a girl – or anyone
else – by placing pressure on the front of the throat.
You see, it really shouldn’t be calling choking at all. It’s less of a “choke” and more of a “neck
squeeze.” But since “neck squeeze” doesn’t
sound sexy, we use the term “choke.”
The trachea (windpipe) at the front of the throat is
flexible, yes, but it can also be easily crushed. If you apply too much pressure to the
trachea, it will collapse, allowing no air to pass through. The only way to regain the ability to breathe
is by an emergency tracheotomy. And don’t
try to convince her that you’re skilled in the art of emergency tracheotomy
surgery. Trust me, that won’t fly.
The proper way to gain control of her with your hand is to
wrap your hand around her throat without applying very much pressure at all to
the front of the throat. The magic is in
your fingers and thumb. Apply pressure
to the SIDES of the neck, thereby constricting the Carotid Arteries and Jugular
Veins. Now, in theory,
with enough pressure on these veins and arteries, you can make her pass out in
6-8 seconds, but a) you probably can’t apply that much pressure with just your
hand, and, b) if you could apply that much pressure, you’re going to hurt her.
The key to a good “choke hold” is to apply enough pressure
to these veins and arteries on the sides of the neck to make her
lightheaded. As you constrict the blood
flow to her brain, that is precisely what will happen. She’ll feel lightheaded and euphoric. She’ll probably beg you not to stop, but you
must. Don’t apply pressure to these
areas for more than 20 seconds at a time, leaving at least 5 minutes for the
brain to recapture oxygen from the blood before trying it again.
Choking is considered “edge play,” and if you’re going to incorporate
edge play into your relationship, do your research and know what can harm her
and what can’t, or you’ll end up with an expensive trip to the ER and – very likely
– a trip to the local jail.
How (Not) To Choke Her. The Gentleman’s Times, Spring 2018 Issue. Copyright © March 17, 2018, Vintage In Stepford. All Rights Reserved.
Thank you Sir. I’ve heard other gentlemen say this too.
Unexpectedly, I seem to have returned, at least for the time being.
I’ve missed the comments from my followers, but more than anything, I’ve missed being able to just drop little nuggets of advice that pop into my head throughout my day.
I don’t regret deleting my blog. It was what I needed at the time to feel cleansed and, to be honest, I was pretty convinced that with 8,000 followers, a lot of them were bots and troublemakers.
So, for now, I’ll be writing a few things here and there. I’m sure you will have seen a lot of it previously if you followed my blog before “the reset,” but I’ll try to word everything a different way so things don’t get stale for you.