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my daddy but not my boyfriend.... is this weird?


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So recently I have started an online "relationship" with a man who I spending time connecting with. We talk about everything. He listens to my life, and my drea,and is super supportive. He recently started calling me princess (which I don't mind surprisingly) and to be my protector. The only thing is he is a lot older then me (by almost 30yrs) so I am not sexually attracted to him. And he says he just wants to be my friend, support my life choices,and be my protector. I have been having a great time talking to him . Is this wierd? Is having a non-sexual daddy normal or am I just crazy.Thanks for the advice

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That's awesome that you can share your life with someone outside your circle. It always helps to have someone supportive and impartial in their opinions. If this is all quite new I would advise some caution at first. If he's confirmed that he doesn't want to have any form of sexual relationship then you should be able to trust him. Not every Daddy will want it, but there are some Daddys out there that just enjoy being care givers and have a little to look after/watch out for.

If the subject of sex hasn't come up yet then just go with what you are doing. If you get worried at all, maybe set out some ground rules from the start, so he knows where boundaries are.
Keep enjoying your experience with him and stay safe! 

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Non sexual daddies are fairly common. I was talking to a girl recently who was interested in having a daddy, to care for her and love her, but in a non sexual way, as she was lesbian. In this case however she's less active on the forum as of late. But it absolutley works! Sex is only a very small part of what dd/lg is about, and for me personally, the other aspects are far more important. It works, and its fairly common. I agree with what littlegear said above, the best thing you can do, is just clarify what your goals are for the relationship. Where you want it to go in the future, and what it would be like. What you would do, and wouldnt do. I've heard of polyamorous families where one Little wasnt interested in sex with a daddy, only with the mommy, and in that case there was another little in the family who was bisexual. I may be getting off point but I'm just saying.  Hope this helped! :)

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That's awesome that you can share your life with someone outside your circle. It always helps to have someone supportive and impartial in their opinions. If this is all quite new I would advise some caution at first. If he's confirmed that he doesn't want to have any form of sexual relationship then you should be able to trust him. Not every Daddy will want it, but there are some Daddys out there that just enjoy being care givers and have a little to look after/watch out for.

If the subject of sex hasn't come up yet then just go with what you are doing. If you get worried at all, maybe set out some ground rules from the start, so he knows where boundaries are.

Keep enjoying your experience with him and stay safe! 

We had the talk about  where this was headed. He responded by saying " just wanted to be a friend to you who was concerned truly about you and who wasn't trying to get in your pants. I enjoyed our conversation and your questions were interesting and fun it's to early to know where anything is going I just want to get to know you better and protect you from the crazies that is why I said route them to me because I know they will leave you alone with the craziness once they know you are under protection and that still stands for you"

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Non sexual daddies are fairly common. I was talking to a girl recently who was interested in having a daddy, to care for her and love her, but in a non sexual way, as she was lesbian. In this case however she's less active on the forum as of late. But it absolutley works! Sex is only a very small part of what dd/lg is about, and for me personally, the other aspects are far more important. It works, and its fairly common. I agree with what littlegear said above, the best thing you can do, is just clarify what your goals are for the relationship. Where you want it to go in the future, and what it would be like. What you would do, and wouldnt do. I've heard of polyamorous families where one Little wasnt interested in sex with a daddy, only with the mommy, and in that case there was another little in the family who was bisexual. I may be getting off point but I'm just saying.  Hope this helped! :)

okay thats good to know.In the next few days we are working on clarifying where this is going and what we want.Thanks

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