Thank you for reading and for your feedback.
You seem to be confusing kink-shaming and kink-incompatibility, which are two very different things.
Kink-shaming means I’m pointing to someone’s sexual predilections as the reason they’re a bad person or to embarrass them for what they like to do in bed. I never did that.
I used an experience where a kink was thrust upon me without proper communication beforehand to learn more about myself and establish a boundary. I do my best to be sex-positive and inclusive. I specifically said there was nothing wrong with those who are into the daddy kink, but it‘s just not for me.
I disagree with your assessment of female readers having boundaries and limits well in place. Most women have been bending our rules to satisfy men our entire lives…it’s not as easy as just flipping a switch. We have to practice using boundaries in challenging situations — which I did here.
I can’t comment on how men will feel when reading this. I’m not a man and I can’t know how it will be interpreted by every individual. If anything, I’m hoping to implore the men who are interested in exploring this particular kink with a partner to use a more tactful and mutually respectful approach when bringing it up.