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    #1 LittleCello

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    Posted 24 November 2015 - 10:33 PM

    Hey all! I'm a little and if you couldn't tell by the title, I'm muslim! I wanted to know if anyone of you guys are firmly religious and are also in ddlg relationships. How does it work for you? Does it affect your relationship? How about religious differences? Also if you have any silly jokes you would like to have in the open space that would be cool!


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    #2 HerDarkDaddy

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    Posted 24 November 2015 - 10:50 PM

    I am not a religious person...I have studied MOST of the world's major religions and decided that they just weren't for me.  However, my little (DaddyJsPrincess) is highly religious.

     

    It works okay for us. Not that we don't have a deep debate from time to time. But, she respects my point of view and I respect hers.  Just because I have chosen not to follow some religious doctrine, does not give me the authority (or even the desire) to tell someone else shouldn't either. I would never try to talk her out of her convictions, just as I would hope she would never try to sway mine either. I fully support her devotion to her god and have told her before that, if she wanted me too...I would attend church with her.  I am not religious, but I am not "anti-religion" either.  It doesn't hurt me in any way to attend church or listen to Bible passages...so, the only real downfall is losing a couple of hours that I could have used doing something MUCH more exciting.

     

    To be truly honest...it has, in a way, made us closer...because we are able to share different point of views on various subjects. Of course, that may be the reason the the religious differences aren't a major issue for us...because, we are able to discuss different opinions in an adult and intellectual way...religion just happens to be one of those. The key to it all is communication and respect. Have all the love you can for whatever higher power you chose to follow, but don't "curse" someone for choosing another path. Everyone is free to follow their hearts and they won't all lead to the same place.

     

    NEVER tell someone that they are foolish or wrong for believing what they believe.  They feel as strongly about their convictions as you do about yours...and, none of us truly know who is wrong and who is right...so, until we die...let's just pretend that EVERYONE is right!!!   :)

     

    As for a joke, here you go...

    ***DADDY JOKE WARNING**

     

    Q. What do you get when you cross the Atlantic with the Titanic?

     

    A. half-way

     

    :p


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    Posted 24 November 2015 - 11:02 PM

    Omg Princess K whaT AN ANSWER! I totally agree! I would never think less of anyone for their beliefs or the lack thereof. Thanks for your answer! (And the joke made me cringe and concern myself because I laughed XD)


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    Posted 24 November 2015 - 11:12 PM

    welcome ^.^

     

    I wouldn't say that I'm firmly religious, but I'm trying to be. I'm not sure how it would effect a DD/lg relationship for me as I had my previous Daddy before I became religious, but it was never a sexual thing at all for me. 



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    Posted 25 November 2015 - 02:11 AM

    It can be a bit of a struggle for me, as I'm more on the pagan angle of things and many of the men in the UK my age are atheists, and rather smug about it. I got tired of the patronising smirks when I'd be doing my thing, so I tend to just avoid that now, but that also means the dating pool has shrunk considerably for me. Can't be helped.

     

    In a previous prospective he was Protestant Xtian, and essentially we discussed which days we held most dear - i.e., when he'd go to church or be with family for religious events - and what days I'd like to be left to do my things I needed to do, and that worked rather well.

     

    It can be done with open minds all round - and by open minds I don't mean rolling eyes at people's 'silly little beliefs' and patting them on the head like it's cute.  


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    Posted 25 November 2015 - 10:34 AM

    Salaam alaikum,

    It's nice to see a fellow Muslim!

    So far being Muslim hasn't effected my little side and even though I only had one daddy it didn't effect us either.

    Religion isn't something that's ever been a deal breaker for me but beig pushy is. I dont care what faith you have as long as you have faith in something, even if it's just the goodness of humanity.
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    Posted 25 November 2015 - 03:54 PM

    I don't think I'd call myself HIGHLY religious, Daddy :p

     

    But I am a big fan of Jesus. Having convictions is more important to me than following dogma. Like my Daddy, I have studied and participated in many different faiths (of which I think Islam is one of the most beautiful ^-^) and I eventually landed back on the ideas I was raised with. My traditions have changed a bit, but the ideas behind them remain the same. Ultimately, religion offers me art, music, tradition and ritual as communion with the divine and that, to me, is essential in keeping my soul healthy.

     

    Being interfaith has caused some tensions for me and Daddy in the past, and I'm sure it's going to for the rest of our lives. For me, yes, it is a little sad (especially with Christmas coming up...it has always revolved around church for me and my family), but if I could get over my dumb social anxiety and start going to church on my own again, I'm sure a lot of that sadness would be alleviated. And of course I would never want to try and change Daddy's mind by force. He arrived at his conclusions by using his free will and intelligence, the same as I did. I don't believe it's in my power (or my consience) to change his mind. Besides, trying to live in harmony with everyone without judging or qualifying is what Jesus would want I think ^_^


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    Posted 25 November 2015 - 10:40 PM

    Salaam! Thanks for replying...I feel with a lot of the problems that people have with muslims affect my relationships, especially since I live in a state like Arizona. I think open mindedness is the key to anything involving relationships, whether they are with family, friends or daddies (:



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    Posted 26 November 2015 - 12:37 AM

    Omg I feel you! I used to live in Arizona, back before I converted and I lived in the ghetto and it was awful!

    My dad was Jewish and we were basically run out if fountain hills because of it. I can't imagine they are any kinder to Muslims

    I live in Kentucky now and it's not much better. There was a girl drawing swastikas on things because she thought it was funny and Instead of talking to her, I got a lecture about how I lived in a small town in Kentucky and that was kin of normal,

    You have to look for the good in every situation and find a sort of peace within yourself so that the opinions of others don't matter. Especially right now being a part of the Muslim community, you can shout from the mountains that Isis an Islam are not the same they won't hear it if they don't want to.

    But no one can ignore a good person.

    Muhammad was one man who in a time of war, stood alone for what he believed in and put up with horrible abuses but because he stayed strong Islam is over half a billion strong :)

    It can be hard but we have an awesome example to look up to.

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    Posted 26 November 2015 - 03:22 PM

    I was brought up in a strongly Christian family, but I converted when I was 16 (I learned about the beauties of Islam in a world history class and I just fell in love with it!). of course, I was still in high school so I got a lot of distrust and hate for believing in peace. I'm shocked about that girl drawing swastikas! that's crazy!!! Especially since no one cared!! You're sooooo right about Muhammad though, I definitely needed to hear that! I'll take your advice and when I pray, I'll thank Allah for all the good things he's given me. Thank you so so so so soooo much for your input! It's done more than just answer my prompt, but maybe give me a healthier outlook on life



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    Posted 29 November 2015 - 09:14 AM

    Hi! I'm a muslim too! It's kinda surprising me to find a muslim too here 😁
    I just added you and would be like if we can be friends. Oh and my relationship was good. He's not a religious person and he learned some things from my religion. He asked a lot about Islam, though he didn't change his religion. But everything was okay and worked good ☺😮
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    Posted 30 November 2015 - 04:34 AM

    wow, I do not envy you for all your complexity. . .You are indeed a unique person! Wonderful. 

     

    I do not know of any Muslim littles, but I know of several generalized BDSM websites run by/for Christians and I'm pretty sure I once stumbled across a DD/lg site or blog for Christians. .. don't remember where they are as I am not Christian, so didn't really care :( 

     

    I'm afraid I can't speak more about the subject than to say this. I was very very lucky indeed that my religious practices happen to be a big turn on for Sir. I'm a lucky girl, and I don't know that there is a lot that can be learned from my luck other than this: There is a Daddy out there who's just right for you, if you are willing to take the time to find him. Everyone has a forever Daddy/Mommy/little (whatever you like to call him/her) and they will love you FOR all of your unique qualities combined and NEVER in spite of them. "Because of", not "Despite". Always remember that. . . .I don't know any jokes I can tell in front of a devoted Muslim and a devoted Christian, so I'll take my dirty mind back to the gutter it crawled out of :blush:


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    Posted 04 March 2016 - 08:43 PM

    I am so surprised (and thrilled) to see Muslims in here! I have recently converted to Islam and I love it. I also love being a little. It doesn't conflict though because in public I am modest but at home I wear little clothes. My little side is kind of my special secret I have with daddy and other littles.

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    Posted 07 March 2016 - 05:58 PM

    LittleCello and LittleBee, can both of you add me?



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    Posted 26 March 2016 - 10:11 AM

    Hello! I'm Muslim too, and very surprised when i found this topic ^^

    Can't say that I'm very religious but I'm muslim since I born lol.

    I actually don't let any people know my little side because of my work and because I'm new to this too, but my close friends are have different religion and I have a close friend that atheist and it's ok for us because we just respect each other. But yeah I never experienced a serious relationship with religion difference too so I'm interested to read what other thinks about this topic.



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    Posted 28 March 2016 - 05:47 AM

    hai, i'm muslim too but i don't think our religion have anything to do with my little status. I've come from indonesia and we have different kind people here. You could find muslim people with their khalifah idea, muslim people with their jihad idea, muslim people just because they born from muslim parents. I think we just need to behave according to people around us. Few my best friends know that i'm in to ddlg and they understand about that. All of them wearing hijab, they never forget to sholat, reading qur'an, fasting and honestly i still done all of that too. It just depend on us honestly.





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