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I was introduced to a daddy who I was assured was a "good guy". His previous little blocked him. He was "devastated ". I should be very kind. The first day he wanted to have sex. The next day he yelled at me cause i didn't want to show him my private parts online. He yelled at at a little. I was crushed. Is this what daddy's want????
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It's what morons want. Daddies aren't all the same. A title doesn't describe the person. Especially when it's a self proclaimed one, lol. Are all subs good people? Are all lgs wonderful individuals? Nope. Some people are dicks, simple as that. Get rid of him.
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He's not good for you or anyone else with a shred of self respect. I would leave him, block him on everything and avoid people like him. That's not how all Daddies are, only the bad ones.
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He sounds like a desperate man child who understands absolutely nothing about this lifestyle. Though past relationships don't always provide an accurate idea of someone, in this case it sure seems to. 

Real daddies are nothing like that. 

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Real daddies are nothing like that.

While i mostly agree, this statement is an unrealistic blanket statement. Like i said before, anyone of any identification can act in all kinds of ways. Being a Daddy doesn't guarantee being a good person.

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OK here is my take on this. Even if a Daddy/Little relationship is based on a Dom/Sub relationship there is always a give and take on both parties and both parties MUST show respect for each other. From what I read from your post Mouse he is not showing you respect at all and that is not what you want in a Daddy. I agree with the others that you need to forget about being nice and just block him and move on.

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I'm fairly new to this forum, but I've noticed a lack of sympathy for people like this... Hear me out. 

 

First off, I feel I need to say, no one should be treated like this. His actions clearly show a lack of understanding, or any effort to even try. No one should act like this. I'm sorry that you were treated this way.

 

I emphasize "should", because in a perfect world, no one would act like this. We don't live in a perfect world. We live in a world were someone could grow up without never knowing how to properly show someone love, possibly because they never received it, or received a distorted version of it. This guy is likely lonely and desperate for affection.

 

I think we should continue to denounce the actions, but try not to demonize the person (not saying you are, but I've seen it happen quite a bit). Hopefully, with a little perspective from others and self awareness, he can change his behaviors. But, If he is demonized, this will only serve to isolate him further, making him defensive and stagnant.

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My perspective on this is that there are many reasons why people are Daddies, not all of them healthy. Unfortunately there appear to be many people, in all sections of society, who objectify women, and there are a small number who are predators, and who use DD/lg and CG/l relationships to act in an inappropriate sexual way to (often much younger) women. I don't know this guy but from your description, he would appear to fit the bill. I suspect his behaviour would make the vast majority of women uncomfortable. To answer your question, this is not what men who care about the feelings of their potential partner want, irrespective of whether they are in this dynamic.

 

There are plenty of Daddies who will fit what you are looking for, but it sometimes feels like you are looking for a needle in a haystack. My advice would be that it is better to be without a Daddy at all than to be with the wrong one. 

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Forget the word daddy for a moment. Is this how anyone should treat another person? No.

With all do respect wise up. Would you let a man do that to you in any other situation. Its straight up abuse and you know it brcause your questioning him. Block this guy he is bad news all over and clearly has hurt other people. This can only get worse. Your worth more than that, believe it.

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Forget the word daddy for a moment. Is this how anyone should treat another person? No.

 

Exactly this.

 

If a "person" acted like that it would generally be seen as unacceptable, but when that person says they're a daddy, it seems like a pink mist descends and suddenly everything's not so clear. 

This often crops up in posts "is it normal for daddies to do x".  Somebody self-identifying as a daddy doesn't get to live by a different set of rules with everyone they meet.

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Anyone who would yell at you for not showing them your privates is not good for you. Popping is right, this is abusive behavior. Block him, ignore him, walk away and tell yourself you dodged a bullet.
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