Female Supremacy & Torment Music
Forced to stand on his toes, his body stretched, the man softly moans. The microphone captures the sounds. His noises of misery become vocals accompanying his Mistress Owners’ instruments.
Between moans his strained desperate breaths testify to his suffering. The guitarists improvise around the sounds of male agony.
The women in the audience know the group is warming up. They enjoy watching their slaves’ reactions. Men empathize with the man’s pain. They know the band’s performance is arousing their Mistress Owners. Returning home, the Dommes will be more brutal and cruel. They always are after concerts and Club Sado.
This trio has a large follow (trio, the man does not count). They are pioneers of Torment Music.
Torment Music first attempted to capture the unique sounds of dungeon play. Torment Music not only invokes sadomasochistic sessions. It inspires them.
Women started torturing men at the tables. Club Sado opened its famous backrooms. Outfitted with bondage crosses, racks, wheels and other devices of masculine pain, the backrooms have become as much of a draw as the music.
Women’s freedom to hurt men publicly is surely one glory of Femdomocracy.
The man’s suffering increases. His Mistresses pinch him, bite ears, stab his nipples. The drummer beats a tune on his testicles. Music grows increasingly wild and violent.
Audience members throw things at the man on the stage. Eventually the band begins to wind down. Dommes drag men to the backrooms. Screams compete with the bands music. The night’s concert ends.
The band tosses the man in a trunk. They head to one of the backroom. Fans always bring extra men for the musicians to play with. Women enjoy a wonderful evening.
Women form their own bands and jam together. They enjoy hurting men more than making music.