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I'm not sure if this is a particularly silly thing to ask, etc, but I wanted some help knowing about a one year period in my life.

 

When I was in High School I discovered something that I suppose could be best described as little space within myself and I made a friend online who took the role of a father figure for me, whom I called Daddy or Papa. He would tell me stories, make me feel better, be silly with me, etc.

 

We had a tumblr where we would talk back and forth and at the time I got some confused questions from some Tumblr friends about if it were a DD/lg sort of situation. Not having a clue what that meant, I said no.

 

Now, there was exactly zero percent of this relationship that was sexual. Would this still be considered a DD/lg type relationship, or would it be more of a (weird) surrogate father-daughter thing?

 

I'm very very interested in getting into another type of relationship like the one I had previously, though, I am also okay if it had a sexual part as well.

 

Sorry if this doesn't make much sense or is an obtuse question.

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A caregiver relationship is not bound to sexuality, there are many dd/lg couples who are strictly platonic and still have a wonderfully intimate dynamic.

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I agree with everything ddlgdoodles had to say. Just because the relationship isn't sexual doesn't mean that its not ddlg, there are plenty of ddlg relationships that do not involve a sexual side.
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  • 2 weeks later...

That is a perfectly normal question. I think any relationship between two consenting adults can include sex or not. There are some traditional married couples who do not believe in sex for pleasure, only procreation...so unless they want children, they do not have sex. They are still a vanilla, traditional, married couple.

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It definately is :)

 

Your relationship is whatever you make it. My caregiver is my fiance, and we dont have a sexual relationship whilst i am in little space, at all. We ve sex, but that part of our relationship is kept seperate from our ddlg relationship, which still includes dom/sub elements. We dont feel comfortable mixing the two, but some people do, and thats okay! :)

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It definately is :)

 

Your relationship is whatever you make it. My caregiver is my fiance, and we dont have a sexual relationship whilst i am in little space, at all. We ve sex, but that part of our relationship is kept seperate from our ddlg relationship, which still includes dom/sub elements. We dont feel comfortable mixing the two, but some people do, and thats okay! :)

That's what I want too. I wouldn't even be romantic to my little girl.

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ellos and wow ok this is sumthing ive been wanting tew know if it has tew be sexual. Im glad i came across this. for the longest i tried to figure out if DD/lg was for me since i prefer a Mommy Domme but you never find it MD/lg but after spending time with a couple groups on fb i have learned DD/lg pretty still covers a Mommy Domme. I have a Mommy like Domme that i really like alot but im too afraid to asks Her if she would be my Mommy Domme in rl. im sort of scared she might start thinking its only sexual or has tew be and honestly im not looking for something that involves sex play nor would i rule out sex play but sex is not everything to me and not an important part of what i seek. nurturing, acceptance, unconditional love support structure and encouragement is what i wants. i am more of a cuddle snuggle bug anyways. She is all those things and more im just sort of worried she would think i was looking for only sex in a relationship when i could careless about sex but if you mention DD/lg or BDSM to some people they think that its all about sex. Can anyone gives me ideas how i could approach her about a DD/lg i guess in this situation an MD/lg relationship, someone said to me to just blurt it out and get it out into the open how i feel but im scared to lose what there ish right now. thankies 

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