What’s worse, it also becomes normative, since psychopaths enjoy controlling you.They tell you how to dress and what to do or say to please them.He begins by being very sensual and affectionate, but eventually induces her to engage in perverse sexual acts that she feels uncomfortable with.He pushes the envelope further and further to the point where she becomes just a puppet in his hands.He’s excited by the chase and the “conquest,” by the novelty, by the fact that he’s (most likely) cheating on other women and on you, as well as by the increasing control he’s exercising over you.Analogously, from your perspective, the aura of romance, excitement and spontaneity can be very seductive.You begin to feel like a sex toy, nothing more than an object, rather than the cherished, attractive human being you thought you were in your partner’s eyes. We want to be desired as sex objects but also loved and appreciated as individuals. Of course, they often convincingly fake feelings of love in the beginning.But, fundamentally, they can only view and treat you as a sex object that increasingly loses its appeal over time.
As we know, psychopaths constantly seek new “opportunities” to fulfill their insatiable desires.
The only question is: does he do it openly, to torment you, or behind your back, to deceive you?
Although being a plaything may seem initially exciting, a woman who becomes a psychopath’s sexual partner loses her autonomy in a relationship where she’s supposed to be, like some wound-up inflatable doll with holes, always available to that man for his sexual gratification (or else…).
Psychopaths have low impulse control and are generally very promiscuous.
Since they need transgression, risk and variety in their lives, they’re likely to have tried a lot of sexual positions in many locations with numerous partners.