The Role of Sex in the Seduction Stage Part 2
Sex is used by all narcissists in some way during seduction of the target.
Certain narcissists use sex frequently, habitually and to greater effect to seduce and control the target. Why is this done and how is it done?
HG Tudor in this second part to the Role of Sex in the Seduction Stage of the Narcissistic Dynamic, explains which narcissists will do this, why they do this and what it achieves. Using his unrivalled insight and providing you with his own personal preferences as well as describing how narcissists operate as a whole, he guides you through a fascinating explanation of the role of sex in the seduction stage of the narcissistic dynamic.
Gain understanding of how sex was used (and will be used if you are not vigilant) to seduce you. Gain insight into how what you thought was really happening was wrong. Understand what the narcissist was really doing when he seduced you through sex.
HG Tudor will provide you with further examples of the role of sex in the seduction stage which will open your eyes to the reality of the narcissistic dynamic. Unmissable.
2 thoughts on “The Role of Sex in the Seduction Stage Part 2”
1. would you classify refusing a woman satisfaction in bed as abuse? (I mean of course, when the man is knowing very well what he is (not) doing, so really pro-actively refusing.) I know, you mentioned this in your book, too, but I mean, when that is normally the case, and not an exception at all? And then mentioning sex with another woman that sounds totally different.
2. would you classify a man refusing to come himself as a form of sexual manipulation or so, – or have you other thoughts on that?
3. would you classify interrupting sexual intercourse in the middle of it to go and leave, or do something else as abuse? Or as manipulation?
4. would you not caring (on the man’s side) if “it” hurts or if touch/movement could hurt the woman, classifying as abuse, when he is clearly aware of it?
—->>> 5. Is it similar to not-so-obvious-abuse behind closed doors? Similar to an abuser who doesn’t leave obvious marks such as a black eye, for example, but hurts a woman physically (and emotionally) in a way that nobody else can really see it?
6. What is your take on a guy saying he was polyamourous and having 2 girlfriends (…), then clearly showing that he wants sex with a different woman, and THEN saying he hadn’t had slept with his “girlfriends”? Aside from sounding just sick and stupid, is this a triangulation and manipulation, but to what purpose? I mean, wouldn’t it be the other way round, most of the time? Is that a form of the ex or future girlfriend who is an idol??
Do you have further thought on soul destroying actions and words during intimacy? Anything from “you are too stupid to do this right” up to “your belly is too fat”, or hm … touching a woman in a non sensual and non caressing manner but … playful but not in a nice way?
I had been watching movies about clear rape the other day, but wondered, what about everything else, …
What do you think the role of boundaries on the side of the woman is in all of that?
Is there a blog article on this?
Sex is power over the fool and it’s control.