Q: WHAT IS THE DOMINATION PRINCIPLE?
A: The Domination Principle is a forbidden seduction technique. Many consider it amoral and unethical. Practitioners of the technique claim it can make a woman have sex in under 15 minutes.
Q: HOW DOES IT WORK?
A: The technique takes the form of a sequence of words, rumored to have originated in ancient sex magick and voodoo rites.
If this sequence is said to a woman at the right time, and in the correct order, it is believed to put her in a kind of hypnotic trance.
In this impressionable emotional state, the woman’s sensitivity to sexual stimulus is heightened, and she is vulnerable to posthypnotic suggestion.
The practitioner can then instruct her to do whatever he wants and, provided he does so with enough authority, she will submit to whatever he asks — up to and including giving him oral sex, orgasming on his command, falling in love with him, having sex in public, or participating in a threesome.
Q: IS THE DOMINATION PRINCIPLE EVIL?
A: Critics of the technique argue that it gives men too much power. Many have called for it to be banned on the grounds that it in the wrong hands it could do irreversible psychological damage to a woman’s mind.
Feminists argue that the very existence of the technique is degrading to women, and that by manipulating a woman’s unconscious mind for the purposes of personal gain, it is equivalent to a form of psychological brainwashing.
These critics charge that the technique removes a woman’s willpower and turns her into what is, to all intents and purposes, a “sex slave” — a living doll with no mind of her own, who’s body exists solely to satisfy the lusts of the man using the technique.
Q: WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS?
A: The Domination Principle is not for everyone. Many have argued that it should be kept secret, because it could cause great harm if it got into the wrong hands.
Although it is not technically illegal to use mind control to turn a woman into your sex slave, many argue that it should be.