I've noticed that some (not all) of the folks into the whole AB side of things seem to be against the idea of having sex with their "daddies". I'm curious as to the reasons.
As a "daddy", I love the idea of taking care of a little girl. There is something incredibly erotic about the daddy / baby girl relationship in that it seems to be the ultimate affirmation of male and female identity - guys get to be "old fashioned" guys and take care of their submissive female counterparts - the way it used to be.
Unfortunately, our modern, politically correct ways have branded anyone who would dare to assert such an ideal as some sort of dominatrix, a heretic, or worse. Women are forced to take on the burdens and responsibilities of traditionally male roles in society while at the same time, men are supposed to be the dopey Homer Simpsons of the world. Is it any wonder, then, that both males and females alike long for the days when things seemed to make "sense" in our youth?
I can particularly see this for women - deep down, every little girl wants to be taken care of by her big, strong man. She wants to be cuddled and cared for, fawned over and treated like the princess she is. It is only when that bond has been forged and the trust established, though, that a "little girl" truly in touch with her feminine self - her "baby self" - will want to be treated like the woman she is to become. For once a man has won her heart; she becomes his and will not stray - their "man/woman" relationship a symbol of their love and commitment, a physical bond to last a lifetime.
Is this an accurate description of the reasons why some little girls don't like having "daddy sex" - but perhaps have not been able to verbalise it in such a way? Could it be that little girls not perverted by the need to satisfy her own sexual gratification or "cave" to men seeking the same thing are *actually* more in touch with their feminine side?
Or am I just a hopeless romantic?