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Hello everyone. I need some major input on this topic. Has it ever been done in the history of ever for a daddy to have two littles?? And if there is then how does one manage it? Would it still be considered a ddlg relationship even if there are two littles? And is that kind of thing frowned upon or no? by the way this is not my idea. I can't say who but it is someone I am close to who brought it up and I thought I should ask the daddy's and littles out there for your help and input.
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This is called a polyamorous relationship, and it's not as abnormal as you might think! As long as it is communicated and consented between all three members of the relationship, it's perfectly fine.

 

The big line is when people claim to be poly, and use that to defend bad behaviour. If someone is forced into a multiple partner relationship when it's very clearly something they do not want/have objected to, that's cheating. Similarly, if there are two people in a relationship, and one of them has *other* relationships the first doesn't know about, that's also cheating.

 

But as long as it's clearly discussed between everyone involved, everyone is okay with it, and everyone respects everyone's needs and necessities? Ta-dah! You have a functional, poly relationship

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Ooh so they can have more than one as long as everyone is on the same page. But I thought poly was more of a single person or couple that got together with more than just one other person. If it's just strictly two (three all together) then is that still poly? And does mean they can no longer be a ddlg relationship or just no longer considered one? Ahh too much thinking!
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When you're monogamous, you're two people in a relationship.

When you're polyamorous, you're multiple people in a relationship! It's a blanket term, simply implying it's a relationship with more than two people.

 

If you're looking for a specific term for a three person relationship, I've very regularly heard the term "Triad" thrown around. But yes! As long as everyone involved is on the same page, it's A-OK and more common than you might think

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Well first thank you for your words of wisdom and secondly then how does one go about finding someone into that kind of thing that isn't already in one? because it seems this kind of thing isn't common in the ddlg world and I don't want to offend anyone by assuming so. And does it make me no longer a little if Im into that kind of thing? Because that would be very upsetting. I'm a little at heart
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Lots of littles tend to have kinks. I do. There is nothing wrong with a poly relationship as long as you and the other parties are comfortable. They sometimes work out nice when everyone has a mutual understanding. I had a 2 daddies when I was 18 who were a bisexual couple and I was also dating one of them. It work out well for a long time (we grew apart).

 

YOU ARE MOST DEFINITELY A LITTLE! You can combine a poly relationship with being a little. DDLG poly relationships aren't always common but they do happen. It would be like having a sister or brother and the daddy being the daddy for both of you. 

 

There are other sites for 18+ Like Fetlife. com (I will warn you it is not just for littles, it's a data base for all kinks) It is very common to have poly relationships there and they have personals for it as well. 

 

Feel free to message me if you have more questions, I don't bite ^.^

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kwink is also a good place to look they do it my kink and when doing your matches you can pick a bunch of stuff including if you want multiple people and such

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Okay...I'm not the expert on this...or a sociologist or anything...so don't take my word as the absolute truth...and if anyone more experienced corrects me...listen to them. That said...it sounds like what you are talking about is called "swinging." That is when people are in a relationship of any kind...a man is my Daddy, or my Dom, or my boyfriend...but every once in a while we get together with another couple and trade partners for sex. These people could be anyone from strangers we pick up to some friends of ours...but they're not really in a relationship with any of us beyond just being buddies outside the "bedroom."

 

"Polyamory" is when there is an actual relationship between the group of people. I could have a Daddy who has two "lil girls" or I could  have a vanilla boyfriend who has two girlfriends and the two of us are friends, or three of us could be seeing each other in some way.

 

If I have a boyfriend or a Daddy, he sees other women on the side, and doesn't tell me about it....but I know and don't care...and I am also free to see other men without him knowing about it....that's an "open relationship."

 

"Cheating" is any time lying and deceit is involved. If I have a Daddy....and Daddy has two lgs...and we all have an understanding that we can be with Daddy only, Daddy can only be with us together or separately, and we can fool around with each other...but that's it...and the two of us go out and pick up another man behind Daddy's back....that's cheating.

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Cherry40, Im talking about a group of three in a relationship with each other and that's it. Just the three. No sharing, or swapping, or "swinging" as they call it. One daddy one little and possibly another little or middle but it's a closed triad with just the three of them together in a loving relationship. Does that make sense?
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Yes, it does make sense...and yes...as everyone else said too...that is polyamory. It isn't bad or frowned upon...it is just that not everybody is able to handle that kind of relationship....and that isn't a bad thing either. It is important for everyone involved...or potentially involved to be honest with themselves as well as each other.

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