Hey guys, thanks for the compliments on the article ParaSocial Interactions; I’m pleased you found it informative. It’s nice to know your obsessions with us FemDoms is healthy, isn’t it! LOL, keep up the fandom, boys! I’m writing another piece on BDSM and how the lifestyle is no longer a stigmatized mental illness when enjoyed by consenting adults.
They say you don’t grow if you never change; they’re right. I used to have a mild aversion to being termed “Goddess” by males I don’t know. The label “Goddess” seemed to Me a Hokuspokus way to use adulation to impress Me. I suppose because I’ve mainly seen it used by men in an ostentatious way— picture a man patting a Woman on the head: “Good girl, you have pleased me, I approve. Now, for that compliment, won’t you kindly let me suck your toes?” LOL. Furthermore, who wants the job of living up to a Goddess-status. They are perfect. I am not. That said, to My slaves— My imperfection is perfection! Right, boys!
Anyway, I’ve decided to present a more befitting meme for the article “FemDom Fandom: ParaSocial Interactions”. The original meme erroneously gave an impression that ParaSocial Interactions are somehow dysfunctional in nature. They are not.
For those not a Member, ParaSocial Interactions are one-sided pseudo relationships with celebrities. To akin it to the FemDom world, ParaSocial Interactions are men “FemDom fans”, who have integrated their FemDom idols into their every day consciousnesses. Because the FemDoms share their personal opinions, preferences and thoughts with their fans, they are in a way “acting-Goddesses” because they are influencing their fans to think a certain way.
So, FemDom fandoms, the next time you get made fun of for calling your FemDom icon a “Goddess” give the naysayers some homework, instruct them to read up on “ParaSocial Interactions”!
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