Core Fantasy: Human Furniture
Becoming mere furniture seems the purest form of objectification to me.
I remember the first time I saw a photograph of a woman sitting on a man, treating him as if he were a chair. What an obvious way to be made lowly - why had I never thought of it myself.
Alexandra sits on me sometimes. (Making me wish she could ride me. Pity human saddles are so expensive.) Never for very long whether for fear of straining me too much or because she's feeling too energetic I'm not sure.
Human furniture is a practice we'd both like to explore.
How long could my body sustain holding something up, being part of a table? If I remember that kind of bodily exertion is called static contraction. More stressful in its way than lifting an object of equal weight.
Of course there's the possibility of simply being left under a table, a forgotten object.
And I know she wants to have me become just a rug on the floor. That wouldn't be hard: bound and rendered immobile.
I have really impossible dreams of being converted into something she sits on, just a human chair.
I suspect it would take training. Lots of stretching to develop flexibility. And workouts to enable me to sustain the weight.
Human furniture as it is practiced in real life instead of images sounds complex, requiring great skill. E.g, the House of Gord.
I know it would please her greatly to use me this way. I'm sure other dominants have felt likewise. I wonder how they managed to make it work. In scanning the web I've haven't run across any usable advice.
Is it really that hard? Is it impossible?
Female Supremacy: Men are the Slave Property of Women