I'm not sure who started it. Maybe it began organically. Maybe it started with Lexi Wood, the sock puppet who lives in my night table and writes stepdaddy smut. Or maybe it started before that. Hard to say.
Maybe it started with a spanking.
In fact, yes, it probably did.
Was that spanking my idea or hers? Can a spanking be a mutually spontaneous idea? If it can, then it was. She'd never spanked anyone. I'd never been spanked. But from the very first smack, we were hooked.
It grew from there. We'd both mentioned, in passing, that roleplay wasn't an interest. We weren't lying. When we said those words, they were true. And yet, somehow, things evolved. Spankings altered the power dynamic. In bed, I grew younger, she grew more... authoritative.
When she bought me the hot pink Hello Kitty panties, she became my Daddy. I became her little girl.
Now, there are complications here. Complications beyond the taboo nature of a Daddy/daughter ageplay scene. We've got insecurities, yes we do. And many of our primary insecurities are around gender.
Lesbian Daddies have been around since the dinosaurs. There's a long history there, but for an older trans woman who's led a shockingly vanilla life (until she met me), that seems like a different world. I've never called Sweet "Daddy" out loud, and I'm not even sure I'd want to. I think it might squick me bad and throw her into a not-so-sexy abyss of gender dysphoria.
But wouldn't you think I'd fall into that same abyss when my girlfriend calls me her little girl? I am genderqueer, after all. My gender seems constantly in flux and it's hardly a binary entity. When people use strongly gendered terms with me in day to day life, it fucks me up. For me, gender dysphoria feels like... I don't know, vertigo? What does vertigo feel like? Makes me dizzy, anyway. Sometimes all the way to that pre-fainting feeling where you know you're going to black out but you're trying really hard not to.
Is that how I feel when my girlfriend calls me her little girl?
It's titillating. And it suits me, physically. I've got this tiny body. Some of my clothes are children's clothes because that's what fits. But when I'm out in the world, do I want to be treated like a little girl? Nope on the "little" and nope on the "girl".
In the bedroom is a whole other matter. I put on my hot pink Hello Kitty panties and I get to be this person I would never be in public. I get to be that person in a safe space with a woman I trust more than anyone in the world.
She's bigger, I'm smaller. She's older, I'm younger. These are elements that can become very distressing in a relationship if you try to sweep them under the rug. It's no good to dismiss the ways in which being older/younger and bigger/smaller impact the power dynamic in the relationship as a whole. If you don't acknowledge these factors, they can fester--been there, done that. It's not pretty.
We can add an element beyond bigger/smaller, older/younger. Of course we can. In fact, we can add two, because what's an ice cream sundae without a big banana and a cherry on top? So let's add the fact that my girlfriend is actually actively a father. She's not out with her kids. She might not be their Daddy but she's certainly their dad. And me? I never discuss my gender identity with my family. Just doesn't seem necessary at this stage. Or I'm scared. Point is, won't I always be my parents' little girl?
These are topics that can be uncomfortable to discuss and tricky to work through. I think the organic roleplay that's eased its way into our sex life has helped us to address some of our anxieties around size, age and gender.
Maybe some day I'll be ready to call my girlfriend Daddy. Maybe some day she'll be eager to hear it.
|Support Giselle on Patreon. New Audio Erotica Every Friday!|