Mommy Dom never gets used as a label in the same abstract way Daddy Dom does.
In fact I’ve even seen some dommes on twitter describe themselves as Daddies via expressions like “Who’s your Daddy now? ” I get why they’d do this, but it seems somewhat odd for a female dominant to draw on a male archetype to emphasize dominance. Nor do I have a value judgement about the current state of affairs. Artwork is by Barbara O’Toole who often seemed to specialize in the older women – young man genre.
I just thought it was an interesting observation to share.
Based on my limited and entirely anecdotal observations, I’d say this second more abstract usage is a lot more prevalent than the first. I don’t see dominant women describe themselves as ‘Mommies’ and pro-dommes always list ‘Mommy’ under their roleplay sections rather than their style of play.
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That squeaks some people out, but it’s clearly a thing for others.
However, a lot of the use of the term ‘Daddy’ seems to be about a more abstract concept of a loving authoritarian figure rather than an actual relative.
My random thought of the day – originally over a coffee and delicious filled doughnut at my favorite local haunt – was how differently we treat the emotionally loaded words ‘Mommy’ and ‘Daddy’ in kink.