I have been expressing my opinion here for some time now.
Honestly, when you're a dad, you can meet a lot of different dads.
From a woman's perspective, that's a blessing.
After all, at a dating club, you can easily meet men who come from families that you can't approach.
Of course, it's not just about family background.
They range from celebrities to famous athletes.
However, when it comes to dad-hunting, if I were to pick an athlete, most of the time for me it would be retired athletes rather than active athletes. (Maybe it's better to return to the original)
I have been a father for quite a long time.
For that reason, I started to wonder how amazing my father, whom I have been meeting for granted recently, is giving me opportunities in the dating club and in life.The reality is that there are some areas that are paralyzed in this respect.
After all, when you're active as a dad, you can meet someone really quickly.
In the beginning, I was always surprised and wondered, ``Huh? Who comes from a family like this?'' and I couldn't help but wonder, ``Are you okay with me talking to you?''
But now I can deal with Frank.
Can this be considered my growth?Or is your appreciation fading?I think there are pros and cons.
I am working as a father-in-law as a service business.
So, when you think about it, I don't think it's a bad way to treat men, and I guess I've gotten used to it in a good way.I think positively.
However, if we look back at ourselves in terms of encounters, wouldn't it be okay to be a little more grateful?That's what I think too.
I'm currently living my life as a father with this feeling in mind, but recently I've had some negative things happen.
I think most women who are active as dads have a physical relationship with their dads, and there are many things that their dads want from them.
Basically, when I sign a contract, I have a similar relationship with any dad, and I have a strong desire to basically answer whatever is asked of me.
After all, it's a service industry.
Isn't it a normal feeling to receive an allowance from your dad?I think so.
But no matter how much you think of yourself as a service industry, you shouldn't cross a certain line.
The easiest thing to understand is the sex part.
Most people who become fathers are over a certain age.
The average dad I have a contract with is probably in his 60s. (There are even higher ones)
Then, of course, the important parts of men are less energetic than younger girls.
There are many dads who take medicine to make themselves look better, but basically they don't have any energy.
So, I hope people understand that when you're feeling energetic, it's quite special.
At such times, a surprisingly large number of requests from fathers are sex without a condom.
There really are a lot.
I'm sure there are many women who are trying to become fathers and give up halfway and go ahead with it.There are quite a few kids around me who have given up and are OK with it.
I absolutely say no.
After all, if a woman doesn't say no, she won't be able to say no, right?That's what she thinks on her own.
Certainly, it's hard to refuse when someone inserts himself in that atmosphere.
There is an atmosphere of atmosphere there, and if you refuse insertion here, won't your allowance be reduced?Will the contract be cancelled?What a worry that must be.
I also have a similar experience.
I have previously touched on sexual issues in this column.
But let me be clear.
I definitely want you to refuse to go without a condom.
I've been thinking about something a lot lately.
I guess the reason you asked me to go without a condom is because it was OK with other women?Or, don't you think you're disrespecting women who are active fathers?I really started thinking about a lot of things.
I think many women who are working as fathers have a strong sense of pride in their lives, and that's why there are many women who are working as fathers because they have big dreams.
I'm the same.
Being a dad should not be the final destination in life.
What if I get pregnant?What to do if you get sick?What will you do if your body is unable to bear children?I really want you to think calmly.
I said the same thing to a friend of mine the other day.
The child said that he could not refuse when his father asked him to do something.
I even said, ``No, you should refuse, and if you're going to force me to do something like that, then you should cancel the contract and find another father, right?'' (I thought this was an important part of protecting my friends.)
I mean, I've signed with a lot of different dads, and I'm currently signed with several dads.
A truly wonderful father will understand if you say no, and will never force himself on you.
That's why she said to me the other day, ``〇〇-chan, it's time for me to insert myself without having a daddy.''
To be honest, I was surprised, or should I say surprised.
I had never heard such words from my dad before, and I didn't think he was the kind of person who would do so.
But then I calmly talked to my dad.
The content of the conversation went something like this.
"I understand that you want me, right? But, this is my life as a father, and I have a life other than this. If something happens, we can't take responsibility for each other, right? So, it's the worst. If you don't follow the rules, Dad and I won't be able to meet again in the future, right?I'd be sad if that were the case.''
I told my dad this.
Then my dad said this.
"I'm sorry. That's right. I was being selfish. From now on, I'll definitely follow the rules."
A good dad will understand.
However, I am considering whether to continue my contract with this father in the future.
I didn't expect to be asked to do it without a condom, so I was a bit shocked.
To be honest, it's dragging me a little.
That day, I stayed halfway through the trip, stayed at a hotel, and headed home.
I want to convey this message to all women who are working as fathers.
Please take care of yourself, especially when it comes to sex.
Even if you refuse to go without a condom and the contract is canceled, there will always be a father who will understand.
And following the rules will help you continue being a dad for a long time.