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I’ve met girls that called guys “daddy” that had fathers and girls who did have fathers, both women did it. So what’s your idea of “daddy issues”
My father was around too, he just didn't want us to be. Despite us asking him constantly he didn't want to spend time with us. We were expected to do chores and then get out of the house til dinner. If we couldn't go out he would find a reason to punish us to our rooms all day.On top of that he was a firm believer in gender roles, but specifically ones that had the women serving the men. So yeah, I have a father but at the same time I kinda didn't and all I ever wanted was that man to love me as something more than a maid.So thats my example of having a daddy issue.
Well generally speaking men don’t show there emotions especially to women who are trained to take advantage of emotions. So I don’t see how you wanted your father to act more feminine means you now have daddy issue. If he abused you or spoiled you then I would consider that daddy issues, him not acting like how your mother was doesn’t mean he was a bad father.
I didn't want him to act more feminine. I wanted him to act like a parent and actually care for his kids. Showing emotions isn't weakness, it's strength. It doesn't matter how you define daddy issues because those issues belong to the individual. Did I need to mention the times he beat us with belts for even the tiniest things? Do I need to bring up how he made my youngest brother stand in the kitchen with a multiple fractures in his leg because he wanted the dishes done? Did I need to talk about how he physically attacked me or threw me out of the house because of being defiant to the way we were treated? No, I didn't need to but now I did. You really should think through some of your responses before posting. It isn't up to you to decide how victimized a person feels about their situation. You know a few bits of information from a post. I lived my experiences.
I’m just saying I heard this before and as I said women are built to take advantage of people’s emotions. How do you know that your wouldn’t take advantage of your father if he showed kindness towards you, if met girls that are spoiled because there father didn’t discipline them. So if you where one of those girls your wouldn’t even know why your acting entitled to things you don’t deserve. But the fact that your dad gave you discipline means you probably have a more realistic view on the world compared to someone that’s spoiled.
I want to like you. I really do. I'm sorry that some woman hurt you somehow in your life and you have taken to just intentionally either being a troll or just that hateful of women that you feel the need to not even listen to what is being said and just automatically side against the woman. I hope you find happiness one day because right now you sound really bitter. I won't really be covering any more on this topic, but have a great evening.
You want to like some that you just met on the Internet? I could be aliens 👽 from space. Anyways I’m a dude I don’t really take what people say on the internet as a reason for me to hate them, that more of a female thing. Emotions and what not I guess.I just stated my opinion. And if I could change one thing about women it would be to make you guys less effect by random words someone you don’t know types on the internet. But I guess I can’t change you like how you couldn’t change your dad.
You mean like papi?
You wouldn’t lose respect for him
Nah. No judgement! Whatever turns someone on is what it is 😅!
You probably have weird fetishizes to so I guess you can’t be to picky
Nah, I'm mostly vanilla, except I like Anal and sensory deprivation! So nah, most guys are far too happy to help a girl out with that, unless they're a judgmental d-bag. And if that's the case I wouldn't have them in my bedroom to begin with 🤣
Yeah non of that sound vanilla lol
A lot of women are, and damn it would be nice to see why so many girls find calling a guy daddy a turn on