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Thanks for posting that Teddy, it's clear that a lot of thought went into it from both of you.  I haven't seen many DD/lg focused contracts which is a shame really as it gives an excellent glimpse into how this dynamic plays out for others.  I particularly like your use of an out of scene safe word, as well as how clear both the rules and the repercussions for breaking them are.

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Guest buddhagirl

A nice, thorough, contract. I like how the consequences are clearly laid out for each rule. Daddy and I have a contract, but punishments are not spelled out. In a way, I like not knowing what the consequence will be. It makes me more scared to break rules and allows Daddy flexibility, but I see that it would be beneficial in other ways.

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Guest ( ಡ ͜ ʖ ಡ ) MrGentle

You could always throw in an addendum for each where Daddy reserves the right to alter the punishment should he see fit, then you've got the best of both.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I love this!!! I've never had a contract like this before in any of my ddlg relationships, and now I'm really curious to draft one. Does anyone know of a thread about creating contracts? I don't want to accidentally make a repeat...

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I made a vague post about this a bit ago but I decided I wanted to comment as well:

 

It's incredibly thorough and I enjoy this contract. I'm inspired to use a similar formatting if the situation arises that a larger contract is built. Good job to the both of you for coming up with this and sharing it.

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Guest LittleAnna

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful contract ... For me I would prefer also for the punishments to not be spelled out.

 

But it was great reading it ... Thanks again for sharing :)

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I don't think a contract should be necessary if two people are consenting adults and they love each other.

 You're entitled to your own opinion, even if you don't understand symbology and are posting on someone else's thread to talk about your own opinion. Like someone posting on your pictures to talk about "girls these days" or some other thing. You did this as a deliberate discussion point on someone else's thread and then placed safeguards to somehow defend your opinion ("I know I'm gonna get hate for this"). 

 

A contract is symbolic. It's structure. It means something to them. It means nothing to you.

 

A safe word shouldn't have to be written on paper to be respected.

It's symbolic. That's why it's there.

 

A contract isn't going to stop one person from abusing (physically, emotionally or mentally)  the other person in the relationship.

Because at that point in time, the contract becomes null.

 

And it's not like you're going to use the contract to take the other person to court if they don't "hold up" their end of the contract.

You wouldn't. Your entire premise is based on the physical contract. If your caregiver gave you rules, would you somehow say "Well these rules aren't actually based on anything so I'm not going to follow them"? No, because the rules exist in the connection between you and your partner. A written contract is nothing more than a physical embodiment of the rules established outside of physical.
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The contract is great. See for me we don't have one, for our own reasons, but a contract is just like a collar to me. It's a binding promise between two people and holds all their hopes and dreams for their future in it. It's so symbolic of two people and so individual to them. No one has the exact same contract. So yeah maybe contracts aren't a necessity but if two people feel so strongly that they want to put all that promise and hope down on paper, then all power to them.
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As a new comer to this particular dynamic I found this document incredibly helpful in further understanding how other play things out . Thank you kindly for posting this.
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I want to say thank you for sharing it. It gives me a better understanding of how things in a good DD/lg relationship looks and works. It is extreamly helpful to someone like me who is terribly new to all of this. So thank you for being open and wonderful enough to share this. 

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A big thank you for sharing this with us. I think it's great that you felt you could post your contract. Reading through this lifts my heart, it's awesome.

 

I'm still new as a daddy dom, and have been thinking about starting some kind of document that I would share with a prospective little, to help make things clear. Of course I'd make it to suit my situation and might not be so defined in structure of rewards/punishments, but your contract is exemplary :-)

 

If you don't mind the question, I wondered if you have any scheme for reviewing the contract? I don't think I saw that in the document (unless I missed it). I guess since you have been together for a while this is more a summary of what you were already following, so it might not need amends but I'd be interested to know your view.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hey thanks everyone! I confess I really didn't expect this much of a response let alone this much of a positive one. Thank you so much everyone we are really glad you liked our little contract :)

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