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In: Venting. Why isn't MDLB as common? Why fewer Mommies in CGL? Caregivers, Mommies, Daddies, adult babies, middles, babyfur, diaperfur, and all other Bigs and littles discuss regression, relationship dynamics, have open group conversation, share experienced advice, and exchange ideas to help one another grow in knowledge. Note: Personal are NOT permitted. Forum rules: This section of the site is for open, group conversation and public discussion topics within the community.
Please ask specific questions or for specific input. We suggest only asking one question per post for the best answer opportunities. See our forum FAQ for questions we no longer accept due to the frequency of them being asked. Go to DateCGL to find a special someone, partner, to date, or any other type of special connection. By MamaLesha8 - 2 years ago. I think it is a stigma thing. Another could be a dominance thing. User mini profile.
Re: Mdlb Relationship By mommy dom little boy - 2 years ago. I think part of the problem is that there is a bit of a double standard. Even in the context of "normal" or "vanilla" relationships, It's more or less acceptable to call a partner "Daddy", but calling a partner "Mommy" is looked down on by the average person.
That being said, I feel like things are changing. People, for the most part, are slowly becoming less judgmental about how others want to live their lives. And there is so much more information and resources for littles and caregivers now, compared to even a handful of years ago.
And I feel like I'm starting to see a lot more interested mommies than I used to. I've also believed, for quite a while now, that their are a lot of potential mommies out there. I just don't think they realize it yet. Because of stigma, and a lack of information. So I really think things are going to get easier for those of us looking for mommies. Or being on a mommy quest as I like to call it. Maybe I'm just being overly optimistic, but I feel like I'm pretty innocent and adorable, how can their NOT be someone out there who'll love me for who I am?
So it's really a matter of when and how. Just for some background info, I'm 30 years old, Mommy dom little boy never had a relationship, haven't really dated before, and I live in a small Canadian city, that seems to be stuck in some sort of time warp. So believe me when I say that I know how hard it can be.
But if I give up, then I almost definitely won't find her. And don't give up. And I believe you'll find your mommy someday. Maybe even sooner than you'd think. By Alanalena - 2 years ago. I am a Mother in RT. My kids are grown adults now. I was so relieved when they became adults I planned to never babysit, have more kids or deal with anyone's children again.
I was burned out. I raised them as a single mother and was always in charge. Fast forward about 5 years after taking care of my parents and their deaths 6 months apart. I'm by myself. I'm missing my two sons. I get online and go to chat sites.
Out of the blue I get young men requesting that I be their Mommy's. I'd had a relationship 21 years before with a man who really turned me off to diapering. It was a RT relationship until he moved miles away. I am relatively new to online relationships. I started this Mommy Domme thing not knowing what it was with a young man who gave me no hint as to how he wanted me to act or what he wanted from me. Initially he was suicidal and I contacted him via Skype because I was worried about him. This was back in August. I think he dumped me because he expected me to buy him things.
Almost immediately another young man who I met on the same site took up with me. We are still in an online relationship. It's contentious but he's troubled. It's challenging but he's gotten better at treating me a bit nicer.
I expect him to leave me at any minute. In fact I almost want him to. Anyway, I never wanted any relationship after a lifetime of some awful experiences. My personal preference for young men fit in perfectly with Mommy Domme as well as my ability to be empathic with many people in general. And being solely in charge all those years has given me experience in being in control.
It also gives my boys the feeling of comfort knowing I'm older and have RT experience. I think that there are fewer women who do this because of my own initial reaction of relief when care giving was over. I don't think as many women go online and use chat rooms to talk about sex with men as men do to find women. Being a Mother is difficult in the best circumstances. Being a Mommy Domme is not like being a Mother. I think that younger women may not feel that they have the experience to be a MD. I also think that older women may feel that they look ridiculous. Another issue is support. By CosmianAndNovella - 2 years ago.
In that part of the community we have seen and experienced the "Mommies are so rare" mentality. It was prevalent among Adult Babies, to the point of it feeling a distant dream, the ultimate fantasy, for most.
So then the question can boil down to "why does it seem that there aren't many Mommies? The biggest conclusion that we were able to draw from that conversation is that, in general, females have a tendency to naturally care for the people they consider special, in such a way that it even feels "maternal".
And typical vanilla relationships offer enough opportunities for women to excercise their psychological need to nurture and to love on their partner with soft and tenderness. We would like to add that it is also more common for women to associate less with the Dominant aspect of Mommy Domme, compared to Daddies. We think this is due to different gender expectations. Men are more inclined to do things that outwardly assert control over their lives, while women tend to be more passive while still maintaining similar levels of control.
Some Caregivers, like our own Mommy, see the roles being somewhat reversed, where is Babies are the ones making the demands and our Mommy being mommy dom little boy one tending to them. So there is no fault in not confirming to the D part of MD. Display: All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year. Sort by: Author Post time Subject. Sort by: Ascending Descending Go. What is my Little Age? Well be happy you have one you can meet I myself j[…]. Littlespace Online. Remember me. Who liked this post. Top list. Topic Contributors.Mommy dom little boy
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