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How to be a "mommy"


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I'm relatively new to this. I've known about bdsm of course for years and other things but I've just recently started to find out more about ddlg. Honestly I'm a sub at heart but I'm interested in knowing what does a Mommy do? Is it different from being a daddy? Are there a lot of male subs? Do you color and watch cartoons and buy stuffies like you would with a female little?
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It's very similar! The title doesn't mean that the dynamic changes if the genders in the roles change. A Mommy dom would do everything a Daddy dom would, and a little boy would be the same as a little girl. Everyone is their own person! The dynamic is fluid, not strict.

Does your little like to colour? Then colouring there will be! Or not. It all depends on their interests, not their gender. The dominant in the relationship nurtures, protects, provides care. Daddy? Mommy? Big? There are lots of names for the position, but none of them change it's qualities. Little boy? Little girl? Little? Middle? Small? There are many titles for that too, but it all boils down to who the person is!

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It's very similar! The title doesn't mean that the dynamic changes if the genders in the roles change. A Mommy dom would do everything a Daddy dom would, and a little boy would be the same as a little girl. Everyone is their own person! The dynamic is fluid, not strict.

 

Does your little like to colour? Then colouring there will be! Or not. It all depends on their interests, not their gender. The dominant in the relationship nurtures, protects, provides care. Daddy? Mommy? Big? There are lots of names for the position, but none of them change it's qualities. Little boy? Little girl? Little? Middle? Small? There are many titles for that too, but it all boils down to who the person is!

That's why I personally prefer to use the term CG/l (caregiver/little) over ddlg simply because it includes all genders and lots of different dynamics. Little boys, little girls, gender fluid littles, littles with no gender... And big "sisters", "brothers", mommies, daddies, aunts or uncles, who ever.

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