DDLG Playground

A safe place to learn about the lifestyle

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aint-no-just-another-one asked: Hello! I'm a fairly new Little. As much as I love Tinkerbell and my Disney princesses, I love LOVE boy toys (robots, figures, superheroes). Is it not okay for a Little to not like girly toys? :(

It is perfectly fine to like boy toys! You can like whatever you like. 

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kitty-princessxx asked: hi!! I'm super new to this and looking for a mommy or daddy, is there any advice you have for finding like-minded people? :) x

Just be yourself and don’t settle! If you don’t feel 100% comfortable with someone you don’t have to submit to them. Trust your gut and look out for common red flags

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Anonymous asked: I'm an active member on the DDLG playground Facebook group but am far too embarrassed to ask this openly. My Daddy and I have not been close for some time and I have been neglecting my own needs. Does anyone know of good DDLG erotica...or maybe blogs with stories? Thank you!

Try Literotica.com 
They have a Daddy Dom tag and I have read some pretty good stories there in the past. Fictionpress.com aslo has a handful of DD/lg stories. 

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Anonymous asked: My boyfriend and I have been getting a lot closer and more comfortable with our wants and needs in our relationship. I'm letting out a lot more of my little side and he's being more of a daddy to me which is great. My question is, he wants me to be more slave than little and I just wanna be cuddled and only hurt sometimes. Idk how to tell him I'm not really comfortable with being his fuckslut, I just wanna be his babygirl. Is there a way we can mix the two where were both happy? Thanks so much

You should both sit down and discuss your relationship and the things you are both looking for. Come up with a compromise or a mix of the dynamics that works for both of you. Be honest and open with one another and don’t be afraid to speak up if you are uncomfortable with something. 

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Anonymous asked: I am having trouble getting into subspace. Any advice? I know this is mostly for ddlg advice but i have asked several users and no one has answered me.

When your body overloads on adrenaline or endorphins you can reach a high that many call subspace. It doesn’t happen to everyone, nor does it happen every single time you play. Sometimes it can happen if you are in an erotic exchange but not playing. 

If you are trying to reach subspace during a BDSM scene focus more and more on the physical sensations of play and not on the state that you are trying to reach. Lose yourself in the scene, but be careful! If you go far enough into subspace you could injure yourself without knowing it.

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Anonymous asked: ur advice sux

You don’t have to follow the advice I share if you don’t like it. I am not forcing you to do so. 

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Anonymous asked: I just got in to the ddlg stuffs and my Daddy is worried that I might not be in to some of the stuff but so far every thing he tells me i love. So far there isn't anything I don't like about it all or that I'm not willing to try.What can I do to help my daddy not worry so much.

Why don’t you and your Daddy sit and both fill this out. Its a hard limits checklist. This way you can both be on the same page and aware of what you are both willing to try and not willing to try. 

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lovethatacidrain asked: Absolutely loving this blog. As a relative newcomer to dd/lg I'm finding myself hooked, albeit alone. Anyway, how does one deal with haters and others not understanding of this type of dynamic?

I’ve found that the best thing is to remain calm and treat them as you would a small child. Correct them and give them the proper information once and if they continue to harass and belittle you they are not worth your time. Just ignore them and move on. 

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Anonymous asked: What exactly is a caregivers role I the CG/lg dynamic?

A Caregiver is the Dominant partner in a D/s relationship. Like a Master or Dom, a Caregiver is the top in their relationship and owns or cares for the submissive. Caregivers are in charge of their little. While they do not pretend to be their little’s parents, they will take on a parental role as the Dominant. They are there to protect, guide, nurture and love their little. While in some D/s relationships, the Dominate may order their submissive frivolously for their own pleasure, a Caregiver will order or set rules for their little based on nurturing goals and what is best for their little.