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Beginners, D/s, DD/lg, Guest Posts

Guest Post: 10 Nonsexual Reasons Why a Daddy Adores His little

Guest Author: D.Dom

A little is not a child. A little is a mature woman that preserved childlike characteristics. Therefore her personality is unlike a general adult. It is substantially determined by attitudes, habits and behaviors that are more typical for a kid than for a common adult person. This is particularly true of needing guidance, control and protection from a dominant partner and caregiver.

As a little is needy, she may sometimes feel like a burden for her caregiver; being stressful and insufficient. To better understand her particular attitudes and characteristics, we illuminate the relationship from the dominant side. Here are ten nonsexual reasons why a Daddy adores his little more than everything else in the world:

Beginners, D/s, DD/lg, Questions, Trust & Respect

Daddies, Photos & Respecting Limits

Thanks for writing 50’s Babygirl!

I think, given the circumstance, that you were correct to use the safe word. With what happened, you felt insecure and unsafe; and that’s specifically what a safe word is for. For any reason, if you feel you’re at your limit, your Daddy (or “Dominant” in any BDSM dynamic) should respect the use of a safe word. It’s how you communicate limits to your Dom beyond a shadow of a doubt. Was He wrong in His response, though? Let’s explore.

BDSM, Beginners, D/s, DD/lg, Questions, Trust & Respect

Upper Case? lower case? What?

This post is going to be an interesting one; because, frankly, we hadn’t ever intended on writing about it. One of our favorite commenters “Cherry Bomb” commented on a recent article about why we capitalize or lowercase references to one another in our writings. While it may not be for everybody, it works for us; and it shows in what we put up for people to read. Hopefully this helps clear up why we do this, and maybe inspire new/different/creative protocols for you in your own relationship!