• I didn't think he was a father.
    Sorry if it's a weird question. Stop having tea or going on dates with men...


Question date: 2024/02/20 01:39

I didn't think he was a father.
Sorry if it's a weird question. I can't stop having tea or going on dates with men.
Of course, we also get compensation.

Personally, I didn't think of you as a daddy because I don't have sex, but a close acquaintance of mine told me that you're a daddy, and that you're scary because you're doing things like that so casually.

Is there anyone who has received counseling?
please tell me.

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  • Age: 20s
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Male member


I thought I didn't need to worry too much.

Since the definition of the word "dadakatsu" is wide, I think that if you receive allowances, whether it's meals or an adult relationship, it falls under "dadakatsu."
If you think about it, having tea and meals is the same thing as going to a girl's bar, lounge, or cabaret club, so I think the difference is whether you work at a shop or do it as a freelancer. I think it's better to think of it as a type of girls' bar, just for drinking.

Also, whether it's a meal between a man and a woman or a relationship between adults, I think it's wrong to think that free food is right and paid food is wrong. I think they're just passing it on.

I don't think there is that much of a difference between a man and a woman who met on a matching app forming an adult relationship for free, and a man and woman who met at a dating club forming an adult relationship for a fee. I think it's about how far love goes.

If possible, I think it would be a wonderful relationship, whether it's free or paid, if we can have a loving relationship with each other.

So, if you're having fun having a meal with a man, I think you should just enjoy it without worrying about it.

  • Answer date: 2024/02/20 16:57
Male member


From the perspective of people who don't do dad-katsu, people who do dad-katsu are residents of another world.

For example, it seems like it's common these days to find boyfriends and girlfriends through matching apps, but personally I find it scary.

That's because I myself have never found a boyfriend or girlfriend through such means.

I don't think you need any counseling.

  • Answer date: 2024/02/20 21:55
Female member


I never thought about that lol

told by someone close to you
I wonder if he's hurt because he found out he's going to be a dad?
Did you feel ashamed of yourself for doing such a thing?

Well, certainly
Even if you think it's just for tea, the other men are probably looking for an extension of that.

If you don't want to hurt the person you're close to anymore
Just stop it

But I think it's okay if the men who meet and talk with you are saved emotionally.

  • Answer date: 2024/02/20 09:33
Male member


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If you can't stop, don't force it
I have to grow up in a few more years.
You might not get any money

It's up to you to blame yourself
It's up to you to enjoy the state

Even if you're a paid drinker, you get paid to drink.
If you decide to drink the money, you will feel less guilty.
I wonder lol

What if we take it easy?

  • Answer date: 2024/02/20 16:42
Male member

It's My

The word “dad life”
Because there are too many differences in interpretation between people
It's better not to use it

National newspapers and television still
“Papa life = Enko”
As long as it is reported in the context of
I don't think this gap will be bridged.

For those who take the media at face value
“The definition of being a dad has nothing to do with the presence or absence of adults.”
"I sometimes give money to my wife and girlfriend too."
No matter how much I explain, there's no way they'll understand.

It's My

  • Answer date: 2024/02/21 14:11
Male member


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>I can't stop having tea or going on dates with men.
Of course, we also get compensation.

This would not be a dad-hunting activity if a man and a woman who are close to each other just met and gave each other pocket money.

Whether it's from a man or a woman, I think there are relationships where people of the same sex give pocket money (from their seniors).

However, if you experience it with your second or more children, you will be able to experience it as a father.

If you want to be with someone for the rest of your life as a mentor or partner, you don't need to worry about the people around you. I think it's only natural for someone to be considerate to you if that's what you're dealing with.

What does the person asking the question value? Do you feel it's worth it? I think it depends on whether you feel the value or necessity, regardless of the price.

  • Answer date: 2024/02/21 15:52