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Location: California
Bio: I'm a meditator, and one who seeks after "equality" in my relationships with others. I believe that I was personally drawn to the "petticoating phenomenon," due to certain events of my early childhood. (See:

While it seems to me that petticoating is basically an expression of the "inequality," of the dom/sub dynamic, I feel that there need not be anything shameful or "wrong" about it, when carefully practiced within certain "limits." Namely the limit of stopping at not attempting to force the "unwillful" domination of any one adult over another.

I believe that the dom/sub game of petticoating amongst adults is only really possible when both parties are actually willing participants (at least on some level). I believe that it's only when the game exceeds the true bounds of what is "really" permitted by anyone, that it can actually become unhelpful. In other words, all of us adult "little boys" who still like to pretend that any kind of childhood domination is still going on after having reached adulthhod, should still feel free to "pretend " this, but if we want, we can also know that it is all really only a "game."

It seems to me that sometimes parents, and especially mothers, may attempt to create a bond of domination with their children via various forms of subtle psychological-domination-imprintings, and that petticoating is one of these types of imprintings. Further, it seems that sometimes it is even hoped by the parent that such domination might actually outlast the natural and necessary parental dominance of childhood.

On the child's side of things, I believe that even though the playing of the submissive role might seem to be "forced" upon the child, once the child reaches adulthood, such a "forcing" can no longer be honestly attributed to only the parent. At that point, the child becomes an undeniable accomplice to his or her own subjugation. Old habits are always hard to break, and the habit of permitting parental domination after adulthood is certainly quite a widspread habit, participated in by many parents and adult children on many levels.

Still, so long as nobody is physically harmed, and no outsiders are forced to become unwilling or unwitting participants in the game, it sems to me that there is no real harm in continuing the game, for however so long its participants may wish to do so. The "game" will eventually lose its "charm" with all of us, only some may take longer than others. Ultimately, the reality that it is only a game, and that there are still much more beautiful and real experiences to be had, will set in with us all.

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