Got to love the numbers of completely clueless answering this question.<br />
"DaddY" is an authoritative an caretaking position, the role of father is head of house, the boss. A lot of women and men enjoy using terms like Daddy, Boss, Big Guy, Master, Sir, etc in bed. It is a clear throwback to the very instinctual nature of primacy: he asserts himself as the alfa, she declares to him by her posture by her words that he is king, that right now he is in complete control of her and that she is submitting, offering no resistance and even glorifying him in that moment as the Superior force. It's very visceral and raw. When a woman calls him "Daddy" she is saying in no uncertain terms that he is Master of the situation. Men who like being called Daddy or Sir etc in bed, enjoy it because it buffs their ego without pretention.<br />
Women who use the words are defaulting to a structure of heirarchy they understand and feel comfortable with. Some women actually use the word King, or say "Baby you're a God" etc - it's all designed for the same purpose, to bump his ego and push him over the edge while at the same time psychologically also reaffirming to herself her need to feel his power (virility) her desire to become one with him etc. <br />
Has nothing to do with ******, nothing to do with **********. Nice try though kids. Back to the drawing board with you.
sorry for my ignorance maybe but " it has nothing to do with " what ?
Probably they should all use "king" or some sich term then, daddy is a touch creepy. I would never want a woman who thought she needed to "bump up my ego" though, if I'm that immature she should find another man quick. Also I can't imagine what would drive a man to want a women to think of him as superiour to her. I certianly wouldent want that. In fact if I care at all about her I would want to empower her, not drag her down.
My gosh... you are such a p*ssy
Let me guess you want your man to "take charge" huh?
Fantastic answer. Spot on.
My thoughts exactly.
I guess you ladies wouldn't like me at all then. But a lot of guys think just like me and more as time goes on and women like the feminists teach it to them.
I call him Doctor
Hey its your opinion and everyone thinks differently, what you find weird can be something completely normal for someone else, I don't have daddy issues but I think it helps the fact that I never actually called my dad, who I love and respect greatly, daddy once I turned 4 i guess so I don't relate the two. But if it makes you feel weird then hey you should obviously have no problem finding someone who feels the same but as for me I love it and it turns me on even when I used to think it was so gross but once I found my guy it just felt appropriate I guess? So like they say to each their own right
The whole authority thing bothers me a lot, I don't want a woman looking at me as some kind of authority figure, I only respect equality, I'm not better than women and I don't want anything to do with a person who sees themselves as somehow lesser.
It's not about being less of a woman.
At least I don't think that way.
I think it's just about feeling safe with someone. It's not meant to be pervy or weird.
I dont mind honestly its just stroking ur man ego while he's pleasing you. I call my fiance daddy everynite. No way no how am I thinking of my father. He is however the head of our household,my protector,the provider a very alpha male. To each is own but as long as my man is licking&sexing me right keeping multiple ******* cuming I will call him Mickey Mouse if he want me too. Ijs
Preach! Lmao this is the best response
I can't say why they like it but I know that I call my husband Daddy as a fun way to show that he makes me feel so cherished & cared for that i feel like his little girl. Also I see him as head of our household & this gives me another way of acknowledging that he has authority over me
As someone who calls their other "daddy," I sorta can explain what it means, to me at least.<br />
I have come to the understanding that I am someone who has a more submissive personality.<br />
Note: this doesn't mean I'm a pushover, or am less of a woman. I still sass and like to choose and have great self confidence.<br />
However, it means I like direction, and structure.<br />
By calling my other "daddy" or "master," it's saying, I want you to take control right now, because I trust and love you. <br />
It's a sexy thing, and it shows how much you're showing yourself to a person. <br />
To me, daddy does my equate to "father." I personally have never called my dad, "daddy." <br />
So the two are not equal.<br />
"Daddy" is a caregiver, a protector and someone who makes me feel safe and loved.<br />
Yes, these are characteristics that my dad may also share, but it's natural for a woman to seek this in all relationships, not only just sexual ones.<br />
Anywho, I hope this clarifies a bit!
It depends on the cultural aspects. <br />
In certain Latino (regions) cultures it becomes an endearing term used in a variety of ways. <br />
Example(s): "Hey Papi, do you want some cereal?" Some Latina mothers would say that to their son. I call my own dog (A pitbull named Chola) "lil Mama". <br />
So, once again people display their own ignorance to something because of the word, or action.
I call my wife mom, but i get your drift. I think this sort of endearment is usually initiated by the female herself, guys just go along with it. Without getting into the weird, guys and gals bond with their mothers and fathers in different ways so most gfs don't expect for you to weird them out just because they made a daddy reference. I think men wear that sort of sentiment as a sort of protective pride, you know, like the ability to protect and provide. I am sure though that it is mostly inferred in a playful manner.
haha.. well, in some ways, that could be pursued as hot, i suppose. i guess it just turns SOME men on, in some way. i mean you can't think that your head works the same as everyone elses.
My baby loves it when i call him daddy i didn't really understand it at first but i noticed the more i used it during sex the better the sex was, it truly is an ego booster but I've also learned if you use it just right outta the bedroom you can get a lot of things
Only when they realize they are being used as a Sugar Daddy.
It kind of annoys me - I have a daddy and he is a drunk. Not a very sexy image to have in ones mind when one is feeling romantic.
Cause they are little f***ing weirdos thats why! Think about it they also like a shaved c**t. Sends chills up my spine! Yuk!
Uh no, what's sick is someone who will go near someone with pubic hair.. I refuse to even go near a guys crotch if he doesn't shave and refuse to let anyone go near mine if I haven't shaved in a few days, it's disgusting...
Bizarre...I've never heard of such a thing. Sounds a bit on the sick side.
To all of you saying how gross and stuff it is and how their pedos and stuff, how many of you guys have ever called one of your girlfriends baby? And how many of you girls liked being called baby or babygirl? Why is one so wrong and not the other?
I don't, the last thing I would eved want is a child woman who thought of me as some sort of replacement for her father. Seriously do you know how sickening the thought of a grown woman who won't stand on her own two damn feet is?
i call my dad daddy...& as much as i love my dad, he's the LAST thing i want to be thinking about while i'm "doing the deed". but imagine if you married someone like this...& had a daughter...THAT would be awkward! <br />
if my boyfriend asked me to do this, i would feel pretty damn uncomfortable. i mean, i wouldn't do it, & i would get over it, but it may take me a while...he's pretty sexy though, so i probs wouldn't be able to resist him for too long.
My ex wished to be called "daddy" in the bedroom. He was African American. He was ALPH all the way. Very manly, and in control all the time.....I. loved him. I said, ah nooooo, I can't do that....I think I insulted him or maybe he felt disrespected him. Unfortunately, I felt strange to call a grown 50 y/o man daddy in bedroom. We broke up.
My husband and I both think 'daddy' is kind of weird and creepy. I had an ex that liked being called 'daddy' and I'm pretty sure he's in the closet.
My grandfather calls his wife ma.