Is Taken In Hand dangerous for women? What are the dangers?
Being in a Taken In Hand relationship is not dangerous for a woman. For a start, you can only be in a Taken In Hand relationship if you actively and wholeheartedly want to be. Secondly, your husband in a Taken In Hand relationship takes care always to put you and the relationship first. These are two vital differences between a Taken In Hand marriage and an abusive or non-consensually or harmfully male-dominated one.
So if you are in a Taken In Hand relationship, no, it is not dangerous.
There is, however, considerable danger for the single woman seeking a Taken In Hand relationship. Extreme caution is advisable. Whilst most men are decent, lovely individuals, and very few are not, women seeking a Taken In Hand relationship tend to attract bad men as well as good ones. Take things very slowly and get to know a man and his friends and family very well before you get too excited about him.
If you are the kind of woman who feels wounded if you become sexually intimate with a man and he then disappears, seriously consider waiting until you are engaged to be married—not because abstinence is a moral virtue but to protect you from heartbreak. Having your heart broken over and over again harms you psychologically and can make it significantly more difficult later to have a happy marriage. Protect your heart for the sake of your future marriage.
On the other hand, whatever you do, don't get married without checking very carefully for a sustained period that there is no sexual dysfunction, incompatibility or a libido difference that could make the marriage miserable for both of you. Good sex is absolutely vital for the health of a marriage. Love is not enough.
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