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Does anyone else ever get the weird feeling people can tell you're into DDlg? I know they truly cannot; mind reading is not real, and people do not truly know unless you tell them. But does it ever seem to you like there's something about you that just comes across as a Daddy or a "little girl" or however you identify yourself?

 

 

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Most of the people close to me can see I'm different than others my age. I don't think they "know" what it is. But they tell me "you're just like a kid" or "you bring out the kid in me". Because my one friend and I frequent toy stores and build a bear. I honestly think she's probably little too.

 

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Guest starrflower

I have experienced the same thing as Lolita.  My friends and family (or coworkers) may not know what a little is, but I am seen as different.   

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 It's kinda funny, but I see a lot of littles and submissives out there it seems. The twenty something girl hanging around in the girl's toy aisle, nibbling on her bottom lip and trying not to smile too brightly as she peruses the Hello Kitty or Monster High toys. Yeah, I see you ;) The college aged girl totally losing it in Claire's over a Powerpuff Girls mini backpack, it's ok, I dig Powerpuffs too :D The meaning of collars has seemed to have crept into people's consciousness as well. There has been a shift in our culture. My ex was asked several times about hers, in a small town no less, and her collar wasn't even all that overt.

 

 I think a lot, if not most women have a little streak in them. I seem to see the traits in a lot of females I interact with; some more than others. I feel that if being little was something more people knew about, we would see even more coming out of the woodwork. Heck, adult coloring books are now some of the top selling books on Amazon these days, so I feel like the community could easily be double what we imagine it to be. I see young women carrying little stuffies in their purses, wearing Barbie glitter lip gloss, wearing Disney everything, and generally just being slightly little all the time. If those girls knew that it was ok to go ahead and buy that sippy cup, build that snuggle fort, or use a paci and not judge themselves for it, I imagine we would see an explosion of new littles out there. Interestingly enough, I think that might be the direction we are heading in as far as American culture goes. It seems like alternative relationships and expression of self in America is becoming more and more accepted. Heck, it will only be another twenty years before polyamory and furries become moderately accepted in our culture.

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It's kinda funny, but I see a lot of littles and submissives out there it seems. The twenty something girl hanging around in the girl's toy aisle, nibbling on her bottom lip and trying not to smile too brightly as she peruses the Hello Kitty or Monster High toys. Yeah, I see you ;) The college aged girl totally losing it in Claire's over a Powerpuff Girls mini backpack, it's ok, I dig Powerpuffs too :D The meaning of collars has seemed to have crept into people's consciousness as well. There has been a shift in our culture. My ex was asked several times about hers, in a small town no less, and her collar wasn't even all that overt.

 

 I think a lot, if not most women have a little streak in them. I seem to see the traits in a lot of females I interact with; some more than others. I feel that if being little was something more people knew about, we would see even more coming out of the woodwork. Heck, adult coloring books are now some of the top selling books on Amazon these days, so I feel like the community could easily be double what we imagine it to be. I see young women carrying little stuffies in their purses, wearing Barbie glitter lip gloss, wearing Disney everything, and generally just being slightly little all the time. If those girls knew that it was ok to go ahead and buy that sippy cup, build that snuggle fort, or use a paci and not judge themselves for it, I imagine we would see an explosion of new littles out there. Interestingly enough, I think that might be the direction we are heading in as far as American culture goes. It seems like alternative relationships and expression of self in America is becoming more and more accepted. Heck, it will only be another twenty years before polyamory and furries become moderately accepted in our culture.

On the flip side, it makes me wonder how many Dom's there are in hiding. Either for simply not knowing about the culture (which is unlikely I'd think at this point with the onslaught of 50 shades though it's a bad example) or just being to nervous to open up.

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Guest MyDaddyMyWorld
Nope. Never. To be honest I believe this to be quite a secret society lol. Not that many people even know ddlg exists. Certainly not in the vanilla world. But more importantly, I don't act like a little girl in front of anyone other than my daddy. Outsiders might just see I'm quite clingy and besotted with him, but thats not the same thing.
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Guest Elencha
I think ACuddlyDom has a point. People may not know there is a word for it, or a lifestyle associated with it, I didn't up to a few weeks ago, but people have always wanted to take care of me and felt perfectly justified in doing so whether I wanted or needed it in my own opinion. I remember sitting in a job interview once and the woman says to me, "You're so cute! " My bosses offer to help me manage my money, or to go with me to buy a car... They may not know there is such a thing as DDlg, or littles, but if they ever found out, they'd point at me.
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Guest Pouty Kitten

Just as others have said, most people aren't aware of this dynamic. When they see how I act, they usually call me cute/silly..and then when I'm buying little things they always ask who it's for and I simply respond, "for me!!". I'm not sure what they think of that either.

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most everyone who knows me for more than a day.. knows i am a little... while i dont flaunt it with "lydianese" (my kid voice/speak) all the time i just am naturally drawn to kid stuff.. i am not ashamed to buy a toy here and there if its something i like.. my whole family even buys me stuff and kinda encourages me to be who i am. which is totally awesome. i cant help that i am this way. even my nieces and nephews see it regularly. i am the "kewl aunt that plays with them" not afraid to play in the dirt and sand box... paint and make a little mess.. though sometimes bedtime is hard when they sleep with me cuz i dont like to go to sleep so i try and stay up all night and its more fun when you have somene to play with and the big me is trying to get them to go to bed n i cant help but tickle their feet to keep playing with them.. 

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