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Q: Fight For Dominance Between Father And Daughter ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Fight For Dominance Between Father And Daughter
Category: Family and Home > Relationships
Asked by: purezza_rubata-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 11 Dec 2005 04:52 PST
Expires: 10 Jan 2006 04:52 PST
Question ID: 604321
Because society teaches girls that they must be obedient of their
fathers and then of their husbands, could it be that the girl
subconsciously looks for a way of breaking free from the inevitable
dominance these men have upon her? Could it be that she is liberated
and aroused by the idea of having sexual dominance over her father?
The thought of having him in a vulnerable state of ecstasy under her
dominance give her a boost of power and freedom?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Fight For Dominance Between Father And Daughter
From: myoarin-ga on 11 Dec 2005 05:33 PST
Sure, it COULD be.  Why not, if she feels that way?  It takes all kinds.
Rather sounds like Lolita.  Incestuous relationships don't have to
initiated by the adult.  Even if your last sentence didn't apply, she
would have a control over him that probably reduced his demands for

Do you want psychological references to support your theory?

The question immediately brings to mind the "Electra Complex",
although the motivation suggested in the question is quite different
(assuming the Electra Complex is a valid theory).  It is directed
against the mother.
Subject: Re: Fight For Dominance Between Father And Daughter
From: daniel2d-ga on 11 Dec 2005 14:26 PST
The obedient thing may have a dimenished validity in todays society. 
Girls are being taught to be themselves and have a personality other
than their husbands.
Could your daughter's disagreeing with you be that she actually has an
opinion of her own?  Could you feel threatened by a girl/women
disagreeeing with you?
Subject: Re: Fight For Dominance Between Father And Daughter
From: myoarin-ga on 11 Dec 2005 15:46 PST
I see no grounds for an assumption that the question relates to a
personal situation and feel in light of the question that it is
especially tactless to suggest so.
Regards, Myoarin

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