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Formerly Daddyslittlepiglet & Daddys-little-piglet

 

Daddy and I play this game. I know it well. It’s called the “Piglet-are-you-just-acting-out-because-you-know-you’ll-be-punished?” game. 

Daddy and I play this game. I know it well. It’s called the “Piglet-are-you-just-acting-out-because-you-know-you’ll-be-punished?” game. 

(Source: welldeservedrestraint)

Anonymous asked
Oh wow. That was back in April, I think. Great video, though! I wish Kink had more of her getting rocked by BBC, but hey, at least she got tied up and fucked in the woods by Mr. Deen. >;3

Oh goodness… I suppose that was back in April, wasn’t it? Jeesh I literally have no concept of time. Kink seems to be lacking in BBC in general. But yes yes yes anyone with James Deen is like perfect. Do you follow his twitter? It’s pure gold! 

P.s. No need to be anon I promise I’m not too mean :)

Anonymous asked
Penny Pax also loves BBC, which I am most definitely a fan of.

Yesssss! I fell in love with her after her recent scene on sexandsubmission with Tommy Pistol. She can take it like a champ! :)

bigpapakink-deactivated20131202 asked
im new at this. ive recently taken up the role of being a daddy and i wanted to know what kind of punishments you have lined up for your little girl if she misbehaves.? just curious.

stay-alittle:

thedaddyshow:

thedaddyshow:

First of all the D in Daddy is capitalized. It’s done out of respect.
Secondly I am not going to tell you anything about punishment. If not done correctly and with knowledge you will harm them. Your profile says you are 18. I’m guessing not and I’m guessing your girlfriend is a minor. Being a Daddy is not a roll you take on, it’s who you are. You either are one by nature or you are not. It is that simple.
I do appreciate you reaching out for help but way before punishment is care. I am advising you to let her parents handle her discipline.
You must learn how to truly care for your babygirl way before any punishment can even be thought of.
Aftercare is essential. Do you have a complete understanding of what this is or have you even heard this term before?
Mental and emotional. Do you know what your babygirl needs and how to give it to her? If done incorrectly you just might break her forever.
Babygirl dark space. What’s this? It’s a real place that many babygirls enter at some point. Would you know what to do? I know of two other Daddy’s that I trust completely to get advice from when needed.
What will happen if the shit hits the fan? Will you go to your parents for help or are you well equipped to handle everything by yourself.
I am a believer that babygirls and Daddys are born not made. Sometimes it takes one to bring out the other but most of the time they just know. I am also a believer that minors should not practice DD/lg because not only your brain is still growing until the age of 25 but the real concepts behind a Daddy Dom Little girl is not understood and you are responsible for it.

I guess he wasn’t ready. He deleted.

I’m not trying to take your opinion out of context so correct me. 
But I’m 21, I was maybe 17 when I started (which is legal in my country but I’m aware not others) and yes, my tastes and moods and understanding has evolved but I’d say they do that with a lot of things. I didn’t see the guys blog and so I’m not sure how you knew his girlfriend was a minor, which I don’t condone, but I was wondering what you are supposed to do if you ARE young and have these feelings? I’d feel like I wouldn’t want to suppress them until my brain stops growing at 25 and I don’t feel like there’s a lot of support for younger people coming in who are just asking advice?

This is all worded horribly because my brain is fried but hopefully you get what I mean. Also none is meant to be antagonistic, I’m genuinely wondering about your thoughts. 

Daddy and I have been dating since we were 14. When we were 16 we realized that this is the lifestyle we wanted. Now he is 20 and I am 19 and we are still happily together. You’re never too young to participate in consensual kink. I think it was honestly a really good sign that he was asking a more experienced Daddy for help….. he obviously didn’t want to hurt his girlfriend and wanted actual advice. I think the response was quite unnecessary, in my opinion. Oh well.
Undeniabledaddy:
You and I have our differences. I respectfully told you quite a while ago that I would not be following you anymore, due to your constant feminist-bashing posts. I respect that you aren’t a feminist, I expect you to respect that I am one. Why don’t you just cut to the chase and unfollow me, please. I would appreciate that a lot. I honestly don’t want to put any more effort than necessary into avoiding you… So I would really like for you to not reply to my posts. For my sake, I will not respond to you anymore after this post.
Firstly, I would like to clarify. I did not say that male rape doesn’t happen. I said that “Most of them [men] will NEVER have to experience rape “. This is a true statement. According to RAINN, a recognized organization dedicated to abuse awareness, “About 3% of American men — or 1 in 33 — have experienced an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime.” Yes, it is horrifying that rape exists at all, and rape can happen to anyone regardless of gender. I apologize if I wasn’t clear enough about that. However, male victims do NOT account for 60% of rape victims. I do not know where you received that blatantly false information from. Women, on the other hand, experience this far more frequently - “1 out of every 6 American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime (14.8% completed rape; 2.8% attempted rape)." 
Please don’t take this the wrong way. Male rape is no less serious than female rape. But to compare the two and say that men are more targeted than women is both misleading and harmful. In fact, “9 of every 10 rape victims were female in 2003." That is a horrifying statistic. To claim that misogyny does not exist, or to say that the patriarchy does not exist, are both very ignorant statements - and I know for a fact that you’ve made both of them before. I’d reference your posts here, but I feel that it would be superfluous considering that anyone could wander over to your page and find them. 
In my original post, I was just ranting about how men are the least likely to take up a feminist cause, probably because these issues affect them the least. Not that these issues don’t affect them at all… just that they affect them the least. Do you understand that? 
I’d also like to share a lovely post I saw earlier that I felt would be beneficial to your understanding of my position. I will post it below.


Please stop baiting feminists to argue with you. It’s irritating. I’m going to agree to disagree with you. I advise that you do the same. 
[All statistics from: http://www.rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-victims]

Undeniabledaddy:

You and I have our differences. I respectfully told you quite a while ago that I would not be following you anymore, due to your constant feminist-bashing posts. I respect that you aren’t a feminist, I expect you to respect that I am one. Why don’t you just cut to the chase and unfollow me, please. I would appreciate that a lot. I honestly don’t want to put any more effort than necessary into avoiding you… So I would really like for you to not reply to my posts. For my sake, I will not respond to you anymore after this post.

Firstly, I would like to clarify. I did not say that male rape doesn’t happen. I said that “Most of them [men] will NEVER have to experience rape “. This is a true statement. According to RAINN, a recognized organization dedicated to abuse awareness, “About 3% of American men — or 1 in 33 — have experienced an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime.” Yes, it is horrifying that rape exists at all, and rape can happen to anyone regardless of gender. I apologize if I wasn’t clear enough about that. However, male victims do NOT account for 60% of rape victims. I do not know where you received that blatantly false information from. Women, on the other hand, experience this far more frequently - “1 out of every 6 American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime (14.8% completed rape; 2.8% attempted rape)."

Please don’t take this the wrong way. Male rape is no less serious than female rape. But to compare the two and say that men are more targeted than women is both misleading and harmful. In fact, “9 of every 10 rape victims were female in 2003." That is a horrifying statistic. To claim that misogyny does not exist, or to say that the patriarchy does not exist, are both very ignorant statements - and I know for a fact that you’ve made both of them before. I’d reference your posts here, but I feel that it would be superfluous considering that anyone could wander over to your page and find them. 

In my original post, I was just ranting about how men are the least likely to take up a feminist cause, probably because these issues affect them the least. Not that these issues don’t affect them at all… just that they affect them the least. Do you understand that? 

I’d also like to share a lovely post I saw earlier that I felt would be beneficial to your understanding of my position. I will post it below.

Please stop baiting feminists to argue with you. It’s irritating. I’m going to agree to disagree with you. I advise that you do the same. 

[All statistics from: http://www.rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-victims]

I went to the orthodontist with bruises all over my neck the other day. It was lovely.

I went to the orthodontist with bruises all over my neck the other day. It was lovely.