Femsylvania is a beautiful land of fir forests, rolling hills, great rivers and fairytale villages; all ringed by imposing ranges of brooding, snow-capped mountains. Despite its great natural and cultural beauty, and its modern, hi-tech economy, Femsylvania remains an isolated country. In part, this is due to its impassibly mountainous and forested borders. A more telling set of factors are the country’s strict social conservatism, its intolerance of foreigners, and its unusual way of life, that Femsylvania’s ruling class of women is eager to protect. For, in Femsylvania, women are economically, politically, socially and sexually dominant; while men are, broadly speaking, an underclass of slaves. Sex, Marriage, and Gender Roles Typically, all Femsylvanian children are educated at least to high-school level. Boys and girls attend separate schools, though all teachers are women. Girls are taught sciences, languages, the humanities and specialist subjects such as politics, law and male psychology. Boys are taught to cook, clean, to mend women’s clothing, to listen to women, to obey, to raise children, and also receive lectures in female supremacy. Femsylvanian girls are taught to develop in an atmosphere of freedom and support, while the boys have very strict discipline enforced on them by their female teachers, who frequently use severe corporal punishment. Surprisingly to the observer, boys’ teachers in Femsylvania tend to be highly attractive and physically domineering women, who tend to wear sharp but very revealing clothing. This is in fact a deliberate policy of teaching boys to long for and to fear women. Femsylvanian girls generally go on to higher education, and then in to the professions, politics or business (100% of company CEOs in Femsylvania are women). Boys are typically then assigned work in low paid and low status jobs, such as refuse collection or agricultural labour, until a woman chooses them or is given them for marriage. A Femsylvanian man has no choice over his “wife” (the term is not recognised there, though “husband” is understood, hence “Woman and husband”). If a woman decides that she wants a man as her husband, she simply asks the women of his family if she may take him. Alternatively, a woman in a position of power (most notably, the Queen) may give one of her male relatives to a client as a husband, as a matter of flattery. In neither case, however, is the subject of the male’s welfare, happiness or good treatment in question. A woman’s husband is her property, entirely subordinate to her will, her wishes or her whims. He will be expected to do everything she instructs him to, without question, while she will owe him nothing (except, in practice, food, clothing and shelter). The one-sidedness of a Femsylvanian marriage is reflected in the wedding ceremony. Only the woman has guests and witnesses present, who are generally of the same generation; sisters, close friends or female lovers. The ceremony is held by a secular state official, who is always a woman. Alarmingly to the eyes of outsiders, the husband-to-be is stripped naked by the guests, gagged, and forced to his knees. The woman is then invited to inspect him and decide whether she genuinely wants him (it is not uncommon for weddings to break off at this point, much to the humiliation of the naked male, and the mirth of the women present). The woman, who is usually wearing a short dress of crimson red, with bare legs, then stands in front of her kneeling man, towering over him with her legs parted, and his eyes level with her bottom. She then makes her vows, guided by the official. Her husband is required to make no vows, nor give his consent to the marriage, or to speak at all. The woman’s vows contain no promises of good conduct, loyalty or fidelity for herself. Instead, she swears that she will take her husband to be her property; that she will enforce his obedience to her; that she will discipline him well; and that she will force him her body to worship. With this said, the woman fits her new husband’s penis with a chastity belt. A nominated guest then hands the woman a decorated whip to symbolise her strength and authority. The ceremony concludes after the official hangs the key around the woman’s neck on a golden chain, and her husband is forced to lick her toes in submission, as the guests applaud. It is always possible to tell whether a Femsylvanian woman is married, by the presence of a small golden key hanging between her breasts. Sexuality in Femsylvania’s culture and its media is unusual because it is designed by women, purely for the comfort and pleasure of women. Erotica in the country typically rests on the imagery of a woman being worshipped by a number of handsome, muscular young men, or on two or more women having sex. Indeed, this seems to support a view of Femsylvanian society that women are more attractive and more desirable than men, and that men can only play a sexual role that is ancillary to and supportive of a female subject. For the same reason, both married and unmarried women frequently take other women as lovers, with men playing a second-caste role. The visitor will find that Femsylvania’s more intimate bars and restaurants are generally dominated by women, often displaying their affection in public. Nevertheless, women there do “use” men for sex, both for pleasure and procreation. The sexual act between a woman and her husband in Femsylvania generally revolves around the woman physically dominating and abusing her husband, followed by his providing her with ample oral sex. Usually this is achieved by the woman sitting naked on her husband’s face, while he licks her vagina and anus. The female orgasm is valued very highly by media and society, where it is hailed as an essential part of a woman’s health and happiness. Male sexual pleasure, however, is seen as insulting to women, decadent, or at the very least “spoiling him”, unless it is kept in very strict moderation. A parallel to this exists with attitudes towards alcohol and tobacco- in Femsylvania, women are permitted these, but men are denied them. For this reason, coitus is rarely practiced, and it is unusual for the penis to play any part in recreational sex at all. The need for birth control products is, therefore, limited. Nevertheless, such is the importance attached to female pleasure that it is quite common for women to demand oral service from men barely known to them. Refusal would be a grave offence, unless the man is wearing the chastity belt of a husband, in which case his owner’s permission would be sought. In the workplace, it is common for a woman in authority to call a subordinate, junior male into the privacy of her office, and sit on his face until she is satisfied. This strengthens her control over her male subordinates, and their respect and veneration for her. When and if a Femsylvanian woman chooses to have a baby, she will generally take a number of male lovers. Usually they will be moved into her home, and she will be permitted time off work to have sex with each of them until she becomes pregnant. She may or may not choose to have sex with her husband, if she has taken one, during this time, but he will be expected to be extremely supportive of her needs. Some women like to give their husbands a slim chance of being the biological father of their children, to build a natural bond between them. Others think that it is important that the husband is entirely excluded from the process, so that he cannot feel any sense of ownership over the child, or equality with the woman. In any case, it is very rare for a Femsylvanian woman to deliberately conceive her husband’s child, or that of any other individual man. For instance, when she is trying to become pregnant, the woman will usually have sex with two or more men at a time. This reinforces her dominant role, increases her pleasure, puts her husband in his place, and removes the father from the child’s sense of identity. It will thus be “her baby”, not her husband’s and not any of her lovers’. Once the child is born, and the woman has named it, the woman and her husband raise it together for three months, before the woman leaves childcare to her husband, and returns to her career. ---------------------------------------------------- More to come, if you like this. Please suggest topics!