Well, I recently heard this absolutely crazy story that I just had to share with you! Apparently, there was a male wrestler who managed to subdue his opponent in the ring and then proceeded to actually masturbate the guy! I couldn’t believe it when I heard about it. This sort of thing doesn’t usually happen in the ring, dildos and certainly not to someone of the same gender!
My first thought was that it was truly unspeakable. I mean, to have someone you don’t even know touch you that way must be really horrific and traumatic for the person on the receiving end. They must have felt totally powerless and humiliated, and I can hardly imagine what it must have felt like.
Another thing that went through my mind was the fact that this guy must have been incredibly determined and determinedly focused to be able to pull off a stunt like this. After all, his opponent was so physically powerful that by all accounts, they should have been matchless opponents. But still, this guy had the guts to try something that was truly out of the ordinary.
What struck me the most was how this wrestler was able to maintain such control over his opponent. It must have taken an enormous amount of mental strength and skill to be able to reach this level. And then for him to have the nerve to do something so emotionally charged and technically advanced was just totally mind-blowing!
I also found myself wondering about the boundaries between consent, dominance and humiliation. Obviously, it would have been unethical for the wrestler to have masturbated his opponent if he hadn’t agreed to it first – but since no one was there to witness the event, it is impossible to know for sure what truly happened.
At the same time, I also wondered about the implications for the other wrestlers in the ring. Did they accept what had happened, or were they shocked and appalled? Did they realize that something out of the ordinary had occurred, or did they think it was just another normal part of a wrestling match? These are just some of the questions that I have been asking myself ever since I heard this story.
And then there is the wider culture around the wrestling itself. What does this sort of thing say about our attitudes towards sexual activity? How do we perceive the idea of consent in this context? Are we really OK with this type of behavior, even when it takes place within a sporting arena?
Ultimately, this incident has given me a great deal of food for thought. I’m sure it has done the same for sex dolls you, and I would be really interested to hear your opinion too. Perhaps we can exchange our ideas and perspectives on this topic sometime soon – over a coffee, of course.