On Gods and Found Femdom

‘Found Femdom’ is a term Unspeakable Axe coined on his blog for femdom themes (blatant or inadvertent) discovered in the mainstream media. I’m stealing it because it’s such a good catch-all.

I’m posting more mainstream ‘found femdom‘ content that may be of interest to you: After ending up down some rabbit holes of goodness this snippet came to my attention.

This clip is from “On Becoming A God In Central Florida” with the highly underrated Kirsten Dunst. It’s a series on Showtime, the executive producer was George Clooney: Read into that whatever you like after seeing this clip :).

I’ve not watched the series yet so can’t speak to it as a whole, but a shortened (dare I say ‘censored’?) version of this clip has been floating around the internet for a little while now.

Imagine my surprise when I found that the clips I saw out there had the last 20 seconds or so cut off, presumably for popular and polite consumption.

Well well well…

My erstwhile readers, allow me to introduce you to Krystal. Krystal is taking exactly zero shit from this smug young know-it-all, Cody. You see the instant she clocks his reaction to her, and it is quite the scene.

Content warning: Includes non-consensual and dubious consensual female-instigated themes.
(if the link is broken, it means youtube was not happy with me about it, so please do let me know)

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38 Comments

  1. When I was younger I could be totally on board with the entirety of this scene (and by “on board” I mean “wanking furiously to”) but now that I’ve stepped out of strictly fantasies and delved into the reality of D/s, and in the process gotten way stricter in my own consent practices, I gotta say the first bit made me a bit squeamish.

    But everything after the (fucking BEAUTIFULLY ACTED) moment where it’s clear he’s turned on is complete gold holy shit.

    And who is this delicious puppy playing the guy? He’s ringing alllllll my bells. Gahhhhhh. *Melts into a puddle on the floor*

    1. I’m a fan of non-con fantasy/scenes/writing/acting (not RL), and also a big fan of ‘smug dude gets TOLD’, so have no such compunction about how that scene starts :P.

      And YESSS!!! Good acting makes SUCH a difference!

      I must admit that my first (okay, second :P) reaction to that co-star was ‘wish it was Adam Driver’, but on reflection & stalkery, I think you are right: This is UNF :).

      Ferns

  2. Wow, nice find! The Star Wars music at the end was a bit distracting for me, but nice scene of a woman taking control of the situation. Thank you!

  3. Hah! I saw Cowgirl’s post linking to here first. The show is very good, especially if you like consuming media about MLMs/pyramid schemes.

    1. I have it on my to-watch list SOLELY because of this snippet, but I’ve heard from a few people now that it’s good on its own merits. I’m looking forward to it (though MLM is NOT a topic I’d have thought ‘ooh’ about to watch a show on :)).

      Ferns

  4. For the record, I’d like to officially renounce any belief in the Garbo system and I now believe whatever that nice lady wants me to.
    Thank you.

  5. Btw the end of this clip reminds me of a bit from The Santa Clarita Diet that I particularly liked and that would be perfect for your “found femdom” category (I couldn’t find it on YouTube or I’d link you):

    Drew Barrymore’s character got turned into a zombie, which apparently can radically change someone’s personality. One of the changes is that her libido spikes and she’s jumping on her husband, like, alllll the time.

    So there’s a scene where she and her husband are in the bedroom talking (for extra hilarity, I think they were talking about super important scary zombie-related things. But I honestly can’t remember) and she decides she wants oral and starts shoving his head down to her crotch.

    The husband says “Uhhh actually my jaw is still pretty sore from yesterday” (when she *also* had him go down on her a whole bunch).

    She says “Then maybe you should stop talking” (and her delivery is just SO perfectly sassy and demanding) and shoves his head down anyway as the camera closes in on her smug smile.

    1. Oooh!! Thank you for that. I’ve watched Santa Clarita Diet and really liked it, but I don’t remember that bit. Baffling! I WILL HAVE TO GO FIND IT!

      Ferns

  6. That’s a great clip, her smile at 1:18 says so much.
    I still remember Kirsten Dunst from Jumanji and Spiderman, I wouldn’t have thought she could do this type of role but she does it perfectly.

    Charlie

  7. Nope, still haven’t stopped thinking about this for the past 3 days. Oh that accent when she says “Say thank you”! Damn. Thank you for posting this and melting my mind completely.

  8. Whew! I’m good with the non-consensual aspect as this is fiction and the man could have walked away at any time. He could also have pushed her away. From a personal perspective, were it me and I were unowned, she would have had my consent to do what she ended up doing, the moment she spoke to me. Kirsten Dunst? Yeah, ok, if I “have” to submit to her I guess I’ll slog through it ;-) There was a headline on the cover of a men’s magazine many years ago. I can’t remember if it was Maxim or Esquire. Anyway, I still recall the headline “Thirsten for Kirsten” and yes, I certainly do.

    1. I’m fine with the non-con also because hot fiction.

      BUT I have to point out that saying ‘he could have walked away’ or ‘he could also have pushed her away’ is not a way to justify non-con behaviour.

      You don’t need to justify it. At all. As you say, it’s fiction. But attempting to do so moves it out of ‘yes it’s non-consensual and I’m okay with that in this fiction piece’ into ‘but here’s why that non-consensual behaviour is okay really’, and that’s a dubious (and unnecessary) road to go down.

      “Thirsten for Kirsten”

      :D OMG. I’ll bet that was the crowning glory of some writer’s year :))!

      Ferns

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