A-Z Blog Challenge Day 4

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“He looks strong and animal and dominant, a beast of sex.”

~ Portia Da Costa

When I think of the word Dominant, I immediately think, Alpha Male which is described as: a man tending to assume a dominant or domineering role in social or professional situations.  Being an Alpha and Dominant go hand in hand.

Loki is intelligent and commands presence wherever he goes. He is able to articulate his ideas and orders in a clear and concise manner. He is in control, even when it looks like he isn’t. This is the mark of someone who carries the Dominant trait.

One thing I noticed about him though the course of the three films is his ability to adapt and use whatever is in front of him to push his ultimate agenda.  A good chess player is able to anticipate all the possibilities and see the game ten moves ahead, always prepared for whatever comes his way. This is what Loki does.  He studies the world around him as a chess player does the game board.  Self preservation.  He is maintaining his control in every eventuality.

There is another reason I chose Dominant to describe Loki. While we haven’t seen any romantic interest for him in the films, there is an over abundance of it in the Marvel fandom. Fangirls can’t get enough of this sinful character.  Enter Loki’s Dirty Whispers, a submission-based tumblr page that focuses on the fantasies of those fans. Loki takes center stage as the Dom of their dreams.

How do you see this trait in Loki?  Alpha Male? A Dom?  Whatever you see when you look at him under this light, there’s no denying that he has a commanding presence that even six Avengers could not overshadow.

Share your thoughts…

*Images were found on Google images. No copyright infringement intended. Merely used as illustration points.

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15 thoughts on “A-Z Blog Challenge Day 4

  1. I agree. He’s def. a dominate male. Personally, I think they don’t give him a romantic interest in the films on purpose. Women love to image being by his side, which isn’t as easy when there’s already a pre-established “type” that Loki supposedly goes for. To be honest, I have a feeling Loki would like a woman as quick in wit as himself, who is strong and ultimately, able to one-up him despite his best efforts. He hits me as the type that needs to truly respect a woman to desire her.

    • Giving Loki a romantic interest would be a huge mistake in my opinion. You’re absolutely right…he needs a woman who matches him in every way and is willing to challenge him when the need arises. He’s the type of man who won’t respect someone just because…in his mind, respect must be earned. I’m sure sparks would fly if he ever found the right woman. Oh, I’m loving this. Thanks for the comment.

  2. There are a lot of dominance themes going on today 🙂 I love it! And I love Loki. The last movie was intense and I can’t wait to see more of him–he needs his own movie. Someone tell me this is happening! Soon!

    • I hope so. *fingers crossed* The novella I just finished writing has a little bit of the naughty, dominant Loki-ish thing going on. Just continuing the trend. 🙂 Feel free to pop in again to discuss all things Loki this month.

      • Oooh! I like the sound of that novella. As I was reading the post I was thinking about how cool it’d be to have a Loki-ish book boyfriend. I’ll certainly be around more this month.

      • Excellent. 🙂 I combined Loki and Prince Hal/King Henry (the Hollow Crown) to create my Prince Crispin, and he’s delightfully unpredictable. I can’t wait to share his story with everyone!

  3. Yes, yes, a million times yes to Dominant Loki *evil grin* I think because of his physical build as well, people often underestimate him and how much power he holds, which I suppose is all part of his charm 😉 And *ahem* Dirty Whispers *cough* what’s that? Never heard of it! *shifty eyes*

    • Your words say one thing, but your body language speaks volumes. 😉 I think we’ve found another fan of the whispers. LOL. And yes, I do think many underestimate Loki’s power because of his physical appearance. Thanks for the comment, C.E.

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