The Mysteries Behind Ladies Calling Their Boyfriends/Sexual Partners ‘Daddy’
The ‘Daddy’ term has something to do with sex – yes, you read it right! If your woman calls you by that, you have absolutely nothing to worry about
Have you ever noticed how almost all ladies out there are now calling their boyfriends or some guys ‘Daddy’?
The ‘Daddy’ term has something to do with sex – yes, you read it right! If your woman calls you by that, you have absolutely nothing to worry about, in fact, it means you’re satisfying her sexual desires, however, if she calls someone else daddy (not her biological father this time – it has nothing to do with family), it may be a sign she’s having something intimate with the person.
And if your girlfriend doesn’t use the term ‘Daddy’ for you, don’t be upset, perhaps she’s not the type that likes using clichés or she’s simply not down with the term or she just likes to flow without following trends or she finds it offensive and weird to us it.
A social psychologist and author, Justin Lehmiller speaks ineptly on the ‘Daddy’ term, he confirmed it’s related to dominant-submissive dynamic of the BDSM. Giving clear insight, he said;
‘I suspect a big part of the appeal here has to do with the fact that using the “Daddy” label helps to establish a dominant-submissive dynamic,’ he tells Metro.co.uk.
‘More than anything else, it seems that people’s use of this term is tied to a desire to give up some degree of power or control to their partner.
‘The isn’t surprising because in the survey of over 4,000 adults that I performed for Tell Me What You Want, I found that submission was one of the most popular fantasy themes to emerge.
‘In fact, 87% of participants said they’d fantasised about taking on a submissive role during sex. Not only that, but people were more likely to fantasise about submission than dominance, and they fantasised about submission more often, too.
‘To the extent that people are indeed using the term “Daddy” to refer to their partners more often than they were in the past, this may just reflect increasing comfort with acknowledging an interest in submission.’
Is it wrong to call your partner ‘Daddy’? Justin responded saying, ‘It’s probably nothing we need to worry about.’
‘While some people might think this is creepy because they associate use of this term with incest fantasies, I don’t think that’s what’s going on here.
‘The popularity of this term says more about the popularity of BDSM interests than anything.’
If your comfortable calling your partner ‘Daddy’, feel free too. Be sure you’re both comfortable, consenting before having intercourse and DO NOT RAPE!