Author Topic: In your fantasy, does your mom know about your fetish?  (Read 322 times)

adamingleww

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on: January 22, 2023, 09:25:57 PM
For me, a lot of what makes this fantasy so hot is the thought that the mom is oblivious to her son's torment. In her mind, she's sneaking around perfectly; sending covert texts and emails to the bully, making secret dates, cleaning herself up before coming home. As far as she knows, she's doing a great job keeping everything hidden, all the while her son is miserable, knowing exactly what she's getting up to, but too scared to confront her about it. In these stories, the son's misery is mostly his own fault; it's his own cowardice and unwillingness to stand up for himself that causes the affair to go on longer. The mother's love for her son doesn't really go away in stories like this, but it does gradually fade, or become less important than her love of the bully's cock.

However, I know some people like the opposite, where the mother is aware all along that her lover bullies her son, and that her son knows she's fucking him, and either doesn't care, or purposefully joins in on the bullying. In these stories, the mother never really loved her son, but rather relishes in tormenting or mocking him. Personally these kinds of stories aren't for me as much, but I'm interested in hearing which you prefer.



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Reply #1 on: January 24, 2023, 05:12:33 AM
As far as my own fantasies go, there are some where she knows that I see her as a fuckable woman. She is either is repulsed by it, driving us further apart, or she indulges my fetish and teases me about never getting to fuck her.

 In others though, she's completely unaware of the my romantic feelings, and is focused on the conflict within herself and giving in to my bully. I can enjoy both scenarios and like to alternate, because both can be erotic!

In your post, you go more specifically into saying she's oblivious to the son's torment as well. I think with most story premises, it's hard to get around the mom knowing nothing about the bullying itself. It's usually part of the setup, after all: the son is tormented in some way, and the mom tries to intervene. The extent to which the mom cares about his suffering can differ in the beginning, but it should always diminish over time. In the end, the mom chooses herself and/or the bully over her son, and it's the execution of that decline that makes the best stories.



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Reply #2 on: January 25, 2023, 12:59:45 AM
In your post, you go more specifically into saying she's oblivious to the son's torment as well. I think with most story premises, it's hard to get around the mom knowing nothing about the bullying itself.

You're right, I phrased that poorly. I meant to say she knows nothing about the torment her son feels about her affair, which in her mind he doesn't know about.

I appreciate hearing the rest of your thoughts!