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I've had this question on my mind for awhile... why do Daddies like being called "Daddy"? What does that name mean to you? How does being called "Daddy" make you feel? How did you put your emotional jigsaw together and figure out that you belong in this community as a Daddy?  ^_^ 

 

Also, when you found the term "Daddy" as a common nickname for your desired dynamic, did you shy at it and think it was weird to be called Daddy? Were you shy to be called Daddy at some point? Was it easy to separate being called "Daddy" versus actually being a "Dad"? 

 

So weirdly worded! I'm sorry! My mind is just ... all over the place!

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Right back at you for the term "princess", princess!  :p 

​Also reserving this while I think of my own answer because, honestly, I don't know, off the top of my head...

​*he says while chatting to her in person about it*

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Way to change the topic Daddy with a question derived from our IRL convo! :p

 

I love being called princess because of the princesses in Disney films who have all this courage and are loved and typically they find their picture perfect prince charming (Just like I do  :blush:  :wub: ). Princesses are rare, special, adored, spoiled, etc... 

 

How does being called 'princess' make me feel? It makes me feel spoiled, beautiful (princesses are typically gorgeous), loved, guided (by my King, which is you Daddy, hehe. You're also my prince charming though because .... Daddy can never be limited to one title!) 

 

How did I figure out I belong here as a princess?  ... I think the correct question is "Who wouldn't be a flinga flangin' princess?! Do you not see how beautiful and special and perfect they are?! look at all those dresses and tiaras! Hello? who wouldn't want this?" I mean - don't think Dino could fit in those little princess slippers - BUUUT, I'm sure we can figure something out  :wub: 

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I like to be called daddy because it basically encompasses everything I aspire to be. It conveys this feeling of safety, maturity, and an overall feeling of intimacy. "Daddy" to me defines the ideal man. Someone that will devote himself to his girl and will stop at nothing til she is happy. A daddy is someone that will love, protect, guide, pamper, and make her feel loved every single moment of the day. Being called "daddy" is something you earn and something that comes with responsibility. You accept that title being fully aware that you will dedicate your time to being the man she deserves. A daddy accepts this because we have this desire to care for someone beyond the limitations of a vanilla relationship. A daddy should NOT focus on how this benefits him because the emphasis, on his part, should be on her. Hearing your little..or any little..refer to you as daddy gives you this sense of accomplishment. You feel honored that In her eyes you are worthy of being called daddy. It really gives me the motivation to do my best. It pushes me to be the man she is expecting me to be.

 

This is how i know that this lifestyle is more than just a want..its a necessity. I geninuenly crave that feeling of looking after someone. That feeling of babying someone and knowing that I am responsible for her well-being is just perfection. I want her to rely on Me! I want her to know that I will always be there for her. That I won't ever give up on her! I love the feeling of knowing how strong our bond is. I love and adore knowing that my love has no limitations. That I dont need to suppress my emotions. I am able to love freely and be myself as a daddy.

 

-I didn't see the edit til after i posted. I'll respond to the second bit now.

 

I never found the term daddy at all embarassing. I was never shy about it^^ I think it accurately captures its definition. It sounds utterly adorable yet instills respect. There was never a point in my life where an actual father and "daddy" seemed synonymous.

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To me it is no different than hun, babe, dear, sir, master, etc. It's just another term of endearment to me. My personality just happens to be that of a daddy Dom. I can flip into other dominant roles but this is where I'm most comfortable.
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I was at Costco the other day and was getting some of the samples they give out and one girl said, "Hey there big Daddy." When she handed a sample to me...haha, I winked at her and laughed a bit. It was cool.

 

I've had a little call me Daddy in the past as well. It's part of my normal personality plus I'm old so I have that Dad bod and Dad look :)

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I like being called daddy just because it makes my feel in control I like being able to take care of someone like that (I don't know specifically why daddy that's just the name she called me and I became a natural "daddy" from it). ​It takes the stress away from life knowing that I have a princess who looks up to me and I get to take care of because she trusts me that much to do it. When ever I get called daddy (only by my princess) I feel like I just got a huge ego boost and that respect I feel goes both ways when I call her princess. I feel like a talk like I'm a little a lot though in that tone and subject matter but my princess got me talking like that around her like with Disney and that kind of stuff I just go "but i need to listen to Disney" even though I'm a daddy to her. I felt like I really started to get on board when she went to a music festival and a guy there who she didn't really know discovered she was a princess/little and she agreed to it and immediately he just stuck his hand out and said come here baby girl and she stopped right then and there and told him to never do that again. When she told me about that I realized how deep and serious she wanted it. My now ex-princess actually helped me discover this and we both worked grew into it together because none of us knew about it before and it just worked (kind of just felt like a natural role for us). At first we both thought it was weird but we kept doing it and suddenly we were able to do it in front of family and friends although she was more shy about it then me (I could call her princess all I wanted and neither of us cared but as soon as she called me daddy around family and friends she felt weird about it)


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Guest Revurex

I can’t really pinpoint when I fell into the DDLG community. It just kind of naturally happened through the women I was attracting and dating. I suppose I found it through my D/s relationships.

I’ve never been uncomfortable being called daddy. I’m aware others think it’s strange, and it is, but I’ve never been one to care what others think.

Why do I like being called daddy? Interesting question. Idk. If I try to view it beyond face value and dive into the psychology aspects of it I think there are numerous elements at play here. Some of which I assume are biological. I think we’re wired to provide and protect, something we see throughout nature. At its most basic form and in its literal sense, that’s what I associate the word daddy with. I think it’s ingrained in me. I’m at my best and most fulfilled when I’m providing, protecting, guiding, controlling, and caring for someone. Power, control, and leadership are also what I associate with the word daddy. All of these things probably contribute to an ego boost too. I’m sure there’s some subconscious factors taking place that I’m unaware of. There’s also the taboo side of it. Perhaps there’s some type of endorphin rush or chemical reward we experience when we’re being deviant and straying from the norm. Fuck if I know. I’ve never thought about this. I’m literally typing as I think. Everything I just typed could be complete bullshit. Lol

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