As a sort of primer for this website, I want to outline an all-encompassing vision of Hierarchy and the roles each of us will naturally embody. Let’s start with the pyramid:
What Is Hierarchy?
Hierarchy is the primary social structure of society. It is the oldest and most basic framework of human interaction, one that we see mirrored in the animal kingdom as well. It’s reflected in the principles of sayings like “dog eat dog” or “survival of the fittest.” It’s a social version of natural selection.
Levels Of The Hierarchical Pyramid
While most of these Hierarchical roles are determined at birth, sometimes males might move between roles as their natural position manifests itself through life experience. Sometimes these initially-indeterminate males call themselves “switches” and consider themselves flexible, but over time they tend to naturally settle on a single role.
The Importance Of Understanding Hierarchy
We need to understand and accept Hierarchy as a fundamental truth in human society. It’s the first truth. Resisting or denying it brings frustration and misery.
But when we embrace Hierarchy and fulfill our role, we find completeness. We find peace.
Resisting or denying it brings frustration and misery.
Naked. Collared. Insults scrawled excitedly on its body.
This is the reduction of not just a sub male, but also a faggot. Already at the bottom of the Hierarchy, faggots like this are reduced even further, close to that of an object.
Inhuman. A piece of trash without function.
Here is @str8cashdom using a faggot as a piece of furniture.
So a straight Man can’t use another male for sex and still be considered straight, but a straight guy can fuck a chair and still be considered straight?
Do you see the problem in logic here?
Men just enjoy getting off. They just want a tight hole.
The BDSM Master @MSlave31 (on Twitter) is almost scary. He’s heavily into bondage, restraint, torture, urinal and piss play, and a whole host of things I probably haven’t seen.
One thing is for sure: his faggots exist as objects for his pleasure and nothing more. Here he is taping up and then fucking his faceless slave and breeding it.
This is a faggot object known as @owned_object on Twitter.
Here’s what it captioned for this picture:
Flashback to the night it shed its identity and committed itself to being SIR’s object. The best decision it ever made. #owned #serviceobject #gaysubmissive #sublife
Here it is stored away by its Master:
Here is @betaboy111 on Twitter. He’s a young fag object from Venezuela.
If you look at his Twitter, you’ll see a full-blown faggot exploring the various ways he wishes to serve an Owner.
We were all there once!
Who is this gorgeous little twink faggot with the great submissive attitude? He’s legendary in the gay community, and really ahead of his time.
He always felt like a child of abuse, or he was abused by the harsh Master you sometimes hear in the background. He often looks frightened.
I hope my little fag brother grew up to find a good Alpha to serve full-time, a quality Man who could care for this beautiful little faggot!
A couple of months ago on this blog there was a discussion about my original Hierarchy pyramid (see that here). Several people voiced concerns and suggestions about it, and much of it mirrored what I myself struggled with about it.
The inclusion of women in it bothered me. The lack of a category for straight and gay Men who are not beta but also not Alpha. The lack of distinction between Alphas and those Alphas to which they defer (which I’ve dubbed “Supreme Alphas”).
So I’ve created a new pyramid. Here it is:
This new chart satisfies my various theories within the Hierarchical framework. Let me go through some features:
– Once again, I have employed the light/dark halves of the pyramid to delineate the difference between straight and gay males, with straight getting a point extra for their reproductive abilities.
– At the top is a pure-white area for Supreme Alphas. A Supreme Alpha is an Alpha to which other Alphas defer. Sexual orientation absolutely does not apply to these Alphas, since they are largely omnisexual. They are still Alpha, however – dominant, Top, aggressive, Kings.
– Alphas are in an off-white color because sexual preference sometimes applies to them.
– The sub-Alpha category is new. These are straight and gay Men who are not beta males, but not quite Alpha, either. Since I know a few straight Men who fall into this category, I felt it was important to add that class to the chart.
– beta males make up a huge portion of the chart for obvious reasons; most males are beta either consciously or unconsciously.
– In bright pink are the faggots. And it’s one solid color to denote one type of sexual preference/position. Same with objects at the very bottom.
I would welcome any feedback you might have!
Do u like to be used as a footrest?
The humiliation side of me adores it, honestly. It’s one of those fag duties that is deeply shameful and degrading, being treated like an object rather than a human.
On the other hand, I have a hard time shutting down my brain during these times, and my self-awareness is too heightened for me to absolutely let go.
So therein lies the struggle.
Could you explain in more detail what the difference between a faggot and an object is in the hierarchy?
In some respects, a faggot and an object are very similar – they both exist to serve Men. But whereas faggots are servants/slaves of Men who are still human beings, objects are THINGS without any human characteristics at all. They simply exist and wait to be used.
Imagine the life of a Fleshlight. It’s pulled out of a closet or drawer, used by a Man to achieve orgasm, cleaned, and then put away again. That’s an object in a nutshell.
I’ve written fairly extensively about the Hierarchy over the past four years of this blog. I created this Human Dominance Pyramid to illustrate the various levels of the Hierarchy:
Even recently (March, 2019) I did a write-up about the definitions of the sub classes of the Hierarchy (”Hierarchy, Defined” click here).
But there still seems to be some confusion over some aspects involved. Alphas are fairly easy to define, obviously, but the lower tiers of the pyramid apparently need clarification.
Betas are all males below the rank of Alpha. Not all beta Makes are submissive. However, all beta males are submissive to Alphas either socially, financially, professionally, or sexually.
All faggots are beta males, of course. Faggots are the extreme end of beta submission. But not all betas are faggots, as many (most?) betas are primarily straight.
Faggots exist as servants of Men. They are all cocksuckers. They might serve just one Alpha (a dedicated faggot), or they might serve any and all Alphas (whore faggot). They are expected to surrender some or all of their autonomy for the sake of pleasing Alphas.
Cocksuckers are all beta males as well, and very submissive. However, not all cocksuckers are faggots; many simply have only the urge to service cock orally, but have no interest in serving a dominant Man. On the other hand, virtually all faggots are cocksuckers first and foremost.
In rare cases a faggot might be brought to such a complete state of submission that it virtually becomes an object. A slave. A thing that has lost its humanity. Again, these are all extreme forms of faggotry (and not for the faint of heart) and are rare even at this end of the human sexual spectrum.
So if we put in into a diagram, it looks something like this:
Hopefully this clears up some of the confusion arising from these various classifications. Where are you in this diagram?
Are faggots objects? Possessions?
That is largely the question surrounding the use of the word “it” when referring to faggots. I often hear Alphas call their faggots “it,” so much so that I also use the word when talking about faggots with these Alphas.
I will admit that I get a little turned on when Alphas use the word. The dehumanizing aspect of it triggers me. The idea that a Man views a faggot as a useful-but-inhuman possession gives me that same safe, comfortable feeling that I get whenever I serve a Man.
I know my place in relation to Men. It makes me feel safe to know that Men accept my utility and the truth about my existence. That I have a place in the world of Men, even if I’m only a “thing.” An “it.”
I’ve had some gays write to me every so often to complain about the use of the word and the implications it carries. I get it. Any gay person stridently seeking equality would naturally reject the idea that a faggot can (or should) be called an “it.”
But I think the use of the word is a powerful tool for reinforcement of expectations and purpose. Faggots can often fall out of line and lose focus. Their independent spirit can sometimes overwhelm their senses, making them less valuable. By referring to them as “it,” an Alpha reminds the faggot that it is a valuable-but-replaceable part in the machinery of his life. That they are not equal.
And the word doesn’t necessarily need to be inhumane. We refer to dogs or cats as “it,” but we can still value them and love them even though they are not equal to us or other humans. Many Men love their cars, and they are most certainly (and properly) referred to as an “it.”
By calling a faggot an “it,” a Man is similarly extending the same kind of affectionate-but-realistic position to his servants. His possessions.
The use of the word “it” reinforces the Hierarchical positions of both Alpha and faggot. It’s one of the simplest and most effective ways to acknowledge the basic principles of the Hierarchy, and the roles that define our lives within it.