Sunday, January 17, 2016

My New Tumblr

As my Inchargedad tumblr has been deleted, you can now follow me at thedominantdaddyblog. I hope to see you there.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Meeting A Daddy

I received the following message on my tumblr blog. I’m keeping the boy’s identity private as he requested but thought this might be a good time to post a public answer as I get this question frequently.

hello, sir.
Ive grown up without a daddy my entire life but love the whole dad son role play in and out of the house. So my question is do you know any daddies (or you) that wouldn’t mind raising a boy right? disciplining me to teach me respect, ordering me to do chores and go to school teaching me be a man but always be the obedient boy I am. If not do you know any place I could look?

Here’s my response.
Hello, I received your submission to my inchargedad tumblr blog. Since you submitted by email, I can only respond by posting here. It’s always nice to hear from young guys who are interested in the Daddy/son scene. About your question, I live in Los Angeles so you’d need to live in the area as well if we wanted to talk about me being your Dad.  Otherwise,  except for a few guys I know online, I don’t know any other Daddies personally.  There are lots of them out there though. The best place to look for them is websites that are about the scene.  Here’s a few you can check out:
There are some other sites out there too which you can find through searches.
Remember though that not every Dad will be into what you’re seeking so you should be specific about what you’re seeking in a Daddy. I’d advise not jumping right into meeting. Get to know any potential Dad by talking to him and getting to know him. Ask about what he wants in a boy so you know if he might be right for you. Tell him about yourself so he can tell if you’re the right boy for him. Exchange pictures with him as you’ll both want to know what each other looks like. If you do find someone you want to meet, I also advise meeting somewhere in public at first for coffee or dinner. If things feel right, you can decide if you want to go further. Be careful too, don’t let anyone tell you there’s something you have to do. There are no rules to these kinds of relationships except for what you and your potential Dad both agree on.
It’ll probably take some time and effort but hopefully you’ll find the right Dad for you.