Letter 4
From Karen Montgomery

Dear Susan,

 I have enjoyed reading your site, and the letters shared by your readers. I too believe that women are superior to men, and that males can be, and should be, controlled via petticoating. Let me share my story briefly.

I was raised in an abusive home, up until the death of my father. I was 11years old, and at that time had two older brothers, ages 13 and 16. Both of the boys had been raised to believe that our mother and me were there to serve them. That changed soon after the death of my father, when my aunt came to live with us.

In the first week my aunt and mother set down new rules which the boys immediately objected to. By the time the weekend arrived, Mom had removed all of my brothers' clothes from their closets and drawers, replacing them with totally feminine items. The boys came in late on Friday night, and went straight to bed sans any clothes. Mom gathered up their dirty clothes and took them to a nearby dumpster. When morning arrived and the boys found only pretty nylon panties, slips, bras, and dresses, they were devastated.

Initially there was lots of yelling and threats, but the boys knew they had no choice, and as soon as they put on their panties Mom took pictures. She was in control from then on. A week later she invited my elder brother's girl friend over and enrolled her help. She too made it clear to my brother that she was tired of his being bossy, and was very pleased to see him in petticoats.

I married right out of college, but, even before the nuptials, my intended knew that I preferred him in panties. For our wedding we wore completely matching underwear. By the time we arrived at our honeymoon destination, Jim was already in a skirt. Today we are both professionals and very successful. Jim spends all of his leisure time as Jamie. He is always wearing completely feminine underwear beneath his business clothes. In summer, the tan lines on his body reflect the outline of the two piece swim suit he wears, which he must, as he has very nice, feminine 38B breasts.

While it rarely happens, if Jamie is disrespectful to me or to my friends, he is immediately regressed to childhood and made to wear proper baby clothes including diapers, plastic panties that are covered with ruffles and lace, plus a cute baby dress that is locked onto him. If my friends come over, Jamie has no choice but to sit on the rug cuddling his teddy bear 'Ruffles', and to endure all the teasing and embarrassment.

If all women only understood that putting your males into panties is good for them, we would have far fewer battered women and far less home violence. Males NEED strong women in their lives, and they need to be kept in panties, starting as early in life as possible.
Yours in female supremacy,

Ms Karen Montgomery

We have all read about the serious matter of domestic violence of husband against wife, and it is something that could very well be lessened or ended by the popularisation of petticoat discipline techniques in the upbringing of boys, to make them subservient and docile towards women, rather than violent.

Violence shows a combination of coarseness, selfishness, vanity and lack of self-discipline. On the other hand, petticoat punishment and training imposed by mothers, sisters, and aunts encourages subdued refinement, males who are helpful and attentive rather than self-centred, deflates the male ego, and imposes a feeling of constant care and discipline which comes from wearing skirts and stockings, rather than trousers.

Who could not agree thoroughly with Karen's closing paragraph? Because males tend to be rather immature and selfish, they do need to be under the control of a female, and eventually all resistance will fade, and they will appreciate their submissive and petticoated status as right and proper. This will make for an ideally happy household in which the only 'violence' will be the occasional firm application of the back of a hairbrush to a blushing male bottom. And the earlier petticoat rule is established in the boy's mind the better.

(A Classic Reprint from our February 2001 Issue.)

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