For most of us, though, there's an ability to recognize the difference between what happens inside our heads and in the world of others.Relationships with emasculating women would be as unlikely to "turn" a guy gimp as to switch him to gay. I've been married twice, once for 30 years and now again for 11.It just so happens that she looked a lot like the actress in the movie.So seeing her bound and gagged and treated by very badly in the final third of that film had an extra special sense of enjoyment for me.The image attached, for example, is a very powerful one--but the video from which it comes is not.
A lot of guys (and not just the ones who have the fetish) don't have the social skills that endear them to women, and they go their whole lives never learning what it takes to attract them.
Sorry, guys, but you don't get to post half a dozen more comments extolling the supposed legitimacy for your lack of empathy for the cop and then suggest that you're all sick and tired of the topic so no one else should post any more on it. Your justifications for your lack of empathy get more inexplicable as you go on.
Now you argue that we should not feel empathy for him because we do not share the same kinks as he had, as if only our own kinks are worthy of empathy. I just posted a book long post talking about how I'm into Rape, Torture, and Snuff fantasy, and your take away from that is that I'm saying I haven no empathy for him because our tastes differ?
Anybody ever have a similar personal experience from watching a movie?
I always assumed that this fetish developed in most people before they even had sexual thoughts about the opposite sex. I convinced my babysitter to tie me up when I was about 8 or 9.