Obedient Wives Club

I know it’s been a long time since I wrote in here. Our lives have just been so hectic with work and I must say he’s getting a bit lenient with me, but I’m still getting spanked almost daily, just that with lesser number of spanks and with less force. I’m sure things will go back to the way it was like before when we both aren’t so consumed with work.

On another note, I’ve been reading about the Obedient Wives Club. It was set up in Malaysia by a club who also believes in Polygamy (a man can have up to 4 wives). They have been facing a lot of criticism. I feel thats its underserving, mainly because they are free to choose what they want. I think our LDD lifestyle is quite similar to the OWC, mainly because both clubs/societies/lifestyles focuses on being submissive. I think our lifestyle¬†takes it one step further though, as it gives men to responsibility to discipline us when we’re not being submissive.

The OWC founders have been getting numerous phonecalls, visits etc by the international press hoping for an interview as well as from the feminists groups and activists. I wonder – when the LDD lifestyle gets found out by the press, would we be facing the same amount of criticism, if not more?

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2 Responses to Obedient Wives Club

  1. Heather says:

    I’m sure we will receive more criticism. Many people don’t take well to things they do not understand. I have read about DD/LDD on non DD sites and the reactions were pretty hostile. The women were called insecure psychos and the men were sick abusers. It’s pretty sad.

  2. Rich says:

    I’m not exactly looking forward to the day when our lifestyle is the subject of public criticism. (Ridicule?) But it’s hard to keep anything a secret given how easy it is to find things on the Internet. The problem will be, I predict, someone with an axe to grind in the media doing some kind of “expose”. It will be a very easy thing to exploit.

    As for the OWC, it isn’t easy to compare them with something going on in the Western world, especially something from the UK or the US. While the US still has an enormous amount of paternalism, it isn’t nearly so much as many other countries. It’s one thing to choose this lifestyle in a free society where there is at least a semblance of equality for women. At that point it becomes a choice that the woman can reasonably make. Within a society in which women are generally expected to be subservient to men, that’s a whole different ball game.

    Real freedom is the freedom to leave. That implies that there be someplace to leave to. If you must still be submissive even if you leave your specific intimate relationship, then you don’t really have freedom. An LDD lifestyle depends on the woman making a choice. Otherwise, it isn’t submission, it’s oppression.

    And beyond that, I’m not that thrilled with the idea of polygamy, per se. If it’s part of an overall inclusiveness in which you really have polyamory, then that’s a bit different. What polygamy lacks is balance. It may be wonderful for a man to have four wives but what about the three other men that have no wives? Where do they go? If you have a broader society with some households with one woman and multiple male partners, then that tends to balance things out. But the premise of most polygamous groups is that men have a privileged position, usually based on some purported religious revelation. I have a revelation for you: you deserve privilege when you earn it!

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