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    #1 Ganteous

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    Posted 09 June 2019 - 01:06 AM

    Hey so I'm curious, I haven't seen anyone from India and was even wondering if there are people out there that are into ddlg. I feel like I'm the only one and it's kind of sad.
    It's hard to balance the Indian society with American society already and adding Ddlg into it is a new mix.
    I guess it's a two part question.

    1. Are there any indian people into ddlg that you have seen or are yourself.
    2. How do you manage your different personas?

    #2 LittleGoddess

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    Posted 10 June 2019 - 12:57 PM

    I'm of Indian origin. From Mumbai originally, but grew up in the US.



    #3 Ganteous

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    Posted 11 June 2019 - 12:07 AM

    I'm of Indian origin. From Mumbai originally, but grew up in the US.


    That the word I was looking for, Origin.
    It seems difficult to meet Indians here, it of Indian Origin.
    How do you deal with the different personas. The India society and American mixture.

    #4 LittleGoddess

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    Posted 11 June 2019 - 09:58 AM

    I'm pretty much Americanized. I have some very good friends in India, where my parents live now, but 99% of my friends are American, which means I'm not really straddling both cultures.

     

    Most of the Indians I know would be too conventional to be able to handle the likes of me. I'm artistic, sexually very liberal and I don't dress as formally or conservatively as the typical Indian woman. Plus I have the unfortunate habit of speaking my mind, which tends to unsettle most Indian men.

     

    But if I were to immerse myself in Indian American culture, I imagine I'd have to lead a bit of a double life: What is appropriate around my American friends would be considered outlandish with Indian friends. At least the ones I know.



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    Posted 15 June 2019 - 09:10 AM

    I am an Indian little from India. Hello

    #6 Ganteous

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    Posted 15 June 2019 - 10:05 AM

    I'm pretty much Americanized. I have some very good friends in India, where my parents live now, but 99% of my friends are American, which means I'm not really straddling both cultures.

    Most of the Indians I know would be too conventional to be able to handle the likes of me. I'm artistic, sexually very liberal and I don't dress as formally or conservatively as the typical Indian woman. Plus I have the unfortunate habit of speaking my mind, which tends to unsettle most Indian men.

    But if I were to immerse myself in Indian American culture, I imagine I'd have to lead a bit of a double life: What is appropriate around my American friends would be considered outlandish with Indian friends. At least the ones I know.


    Interesting, I'm in the same boat. Born and raised here. Mostly American friends but I still seem to get confused. The struggles real

    #7 Ganteous

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    Posted 15 June 2019 - 10:05 AM

    I am an Indian little from India. Hello


    Hey, Avantaya. Nice to meet you!





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