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Can Blogging Change How Other People Behave: Aug 2, 2011

Have you ever wondered if blogging about something can change the world in a quantifiable way? In a way, my decision to blog continuously stems from the belief that you can influence others through new ideas and validation in ways that were not feasible before intertubes. Let me illustrate that concept with one example-

How many women have received a serious but erotically charged spanking because of my writing about it? I am not talking about a few extra smacks- but something that gives them a seriously sore and reddened butt followed by hot and passionate sex.

You see I have written about this interest of mine in more than one post on this blog (Examples- Spanking Women: 01 and Why Spanking as Foreplay Works). Since they were published, over 5,000 IP addresses have accessed posts related to that idea, especially the ones mentioned above.

So let us break down the numbers.. Let us say that over 80% of those who accessed it were men and few accessed it more than once or twice. So we are left with about 4,000 men who would have read those posts. Let us assume that at least half of them have had sex with a woman since then. Now discount those who have given at least one prior painful but erotic spanking.

To put it another way, how many men who were sitting on the fence about giving their women a serious erotic spanking were swayed towards acting on their desires because they read those posts.

I have used the example of giving women a serious but erotic spanking because that practice is not common, yet is only an extension of a few playful smacks. However many men who want to do it often end up repressing their desires because of concerns about it seen as odd, too aggressive or perverted. Let us say that a measly 1% of men who read that post were then motivated to redden a willing woman’s bottom followed by a seriously intense fucking. 1% of 2,000 = 20.

Now ask yourself, in an era before ubiquitous internet access and blogs– would I have been able to convinced even a few men to do that. While many women like moderate pain and domination, they are rarely upfront about it. Can you seriously deny that at least 20 women, all over the world, have probably been the delighted recipients of something they might have otherwise not received- in some cases at all. It took me less than an hour to hammer out each post, but can you deny that it very likely resulted in far more than that?

Comments?

  1. Michel
    August 2, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    This is true because anonymity has bridged the gap between different generations of men, allowing them to discuss dark truths about women. There was no way for young men to learn from so many different old men about the ways of women before.

    • deus
      August 4, 2011 at 7:14 am

      Agreed. 30 years ago, nice guys had no way to find out what their problem was. Now it’s part of our culture. Everyone knows how fucked women are by nature and what a scam they have planned for “boring, reliable nice guys”.

  2. August 2, 2011 at 8:36 pm

    I’ve encouraged many brave men to eat greasy California Burrito’s

    http://stonerwithaboner.wordpress.com/2011/06/20/dont-read-if-easily-grossed-out/

  3. August 8, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    Look at the changing attitudes toward prostitution and the Drug War by young men in their 20s.

  4. DoesnotMatter
    August 12, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    you influence the same 20 angry losers/masturbators who hang out at this forum. actually, it’s just preachng to the choir. And this fucker claims to be rational. what a self-delusional piece of shit you are!

  1. August 7, 2011 at 12:16 pm
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