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I keep seeing the term caregiver. Wat the diffrence between caregiver, and say mommys?
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Guest Miss Braid

Caregiver is a gender neutral term.

 

For example, this website is actually a CG/l (Caregiver/little) site -- but the main dynamic is DD/lg (Daddy Dom/little girl). 

 

Mommy Domme is just a type of CG

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Caregiver is a gender neutral term.

 

For example, this website is actually a CG/l (Caregiver/little) site -- but the main dynamic is DD/lg (Daddy Dom/little girl). 

 

Mommy Domme is just a type of CG

 

I'm sorry but I don't understand that

The "dynamic" is DD/lg and everything under that title (Mommies, caregivers, littles,) so how is this "actually a CG/l" site but the "dynamic" is DD/lg? if you want to be very tequiqual about it this is a actually Dom/sub site with the dynamic being DD/lg (and everything under it of course)

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I'm sorry but I don't understand that

The "dynamic" is DD/lg and everything under that title (Mommies, caregivers, littles,) so how is this "actually a CG/l" site but the "dynamic" is DD/lg? if you want to be very tequiqual about it this is a actually Dom/sub site with the dynamic being DD/lg (and everything under it of course)

 

Apparently I just don't make any sense because I can't think of a better way to explain that this:

 

CGs & Mommy Domme don't "fall under" Daddy Dom. Daddy Dom and Mommy Domme fall under CG. Little boys, baby boys, and baby girls do not fall under little girl. Little girl/boy, baby girl/boy fall under little.

 

So it's actually a "CG/l" site because it's okay with little boys, Mommy Dommes, etc.

 

If that doesn't make sense, I guess it doesn't matter.

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Caregiver is just a gender neutral term for "Bigs" or "Doms." There are people who are genderqueer or nonbinary, and thus don't fall underneath "Daddy Dom" or "Mommy Domme." So when you see "CG/l" it's the the gender neutral terms. The l stands for little, obviously. But it's only l instead of lg so that it can also include little boys and genderqueer and nonbinary littles. Does it make a little more sense now?

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Apparently I just don't make any sense because I can't think of a better way to explain that this:

 

CGs & Mommy Domme don't "fall under" Daddy Dom. Daddy Dom and Mommy Domme fall under CG. Little boys, baby boys, and baby girls do not fall under little girl. Little girl/boy, baby girl/boy fall under little.

 

So it's actually a "CG/l" site because it's okay with little boys, Mommy Dommes, etc.

 

If that doesn't make sense, I guess it doesn't matter.

 

I asked for a staff memeber to interven with this before it becomes a off topic drama starter since we both have diffrent views of this and I really don't understand how CG/l came before DD/lg

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Yea thy would have to buy a new domain to glchange th e name
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I actually tried to recommend that someone change the forum name buy I guess they couldn't

 

Actually no

part of it is due to people under the age of 18 joining

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The forum name remains for slightly boring reasons I'm afraid, outlined here. (http://ddlgforum.tumblr.com/post/132342085401/why-are-we-called-ddlg-forum)

 

Personally, I consider Cg/l to be the inclusive, gender neutral umbrella. It also removes the Dominant element. DD/lg may not be the most common dynamic under that umbrella, but it does seem to be the most popular on social media and in pop culture. Other dynamics of course exist.

I think a benefit of having these varieties of title mean that many different people can find a way to define themselves! At the end of the day, you can choose to name your relationship whatever you want. My DD/LG relationship looks very different to others, and that's perfectly okay.

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I personally always use CG/l as the dynamic in general because the term DDlg implies gender specifics. From the Caregiver/little umbrella you can define your relationship to whatever suits you.

 

I do agree that DDlg is way more popular in social media and pop culture, which is a shame for newcomers who feel confused or insecure. Tumblr alone will give you all the wrong ideas of who you "should be".

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