There appears to be some debate amongst some in the scene, about whether or not hypnosis training is ethically acceptable. Generally the debate comes from those that believe in hypnosis, that the subconscious mind can be "trained".
I am one of those, who believes and I have actually hypnotized myself. Yes, that is possible! I actually did a year program through HMI, the school of hypnosis and got certified several years ago as a Clinical Hypnotherapist. So the question that comes up, is it ethical to hypnotize someone to be more submissive, or to be more feminine?
If a man walks into a tattoo parlor and requests a racist tattoo, and that the tattoo artist thinks he may regret later, does he have a ethical responsibility to not do the tattoo? Or maybe just warn the man that it is permanent and ask him if he is sure of his decision?
I would say, the latter. I am very clear with my clients on my website that I advertise hypnosis training. Hypnosis is a very real thing, unless you have an IQ that is extremely high (making hypnosis harder for it's reasons). You should not engage in hypnosis unless you want the results it gives or that you seek.
Now, hypnosis can be reversed, with MORE hypnosis lol, but I recommend that you do not take it lightly. Our minds are very tricky, as many of you know that crave things you would think no one would or should crave, like pain or humiliation. Most of what we think about or who we are, is sculpted by our subconscious mind, which is full of our lifetime of memories. Our mothers bending us over the knees, our parent humiliating us for bad behavior? It all stays with us, it shapes us and how we react to things. Like smelling apple pie, and thinking of Grandma's apple pie. Ever have problems quitting hotdogs, even though you know they are utterly disgusting? That is your subconscious mind telling you they are good, based on your childhood memories of fun family cookouts etc.
I don't want to go on and on. No matter what you decide about hypnosis or tattoos, or why we make the decisions we do, they are OUR responsibility. Whatever activities or services dommes or others offer, you are responsible for what you partake in or how you use those services. I think personal responsibility is something our society as a whole could use a lesson on.
Later you whoring deviants....