Socially acceptable dating age

28-Nov-2016 09:25 by 4 Comments

Socially acceptable dating age

For some reason, the character is mostly ignorant of and often confused by common social conventions and behaviors.They usually grasp enough to minimally function around other people most of the time, but any circumstances outside of their limited experience fluster, puzzle, or (at worst) upset or enrage them.

In the Western world, this was far more common up until the late 1800s, and applied to both men and women, even into adulthood.

These friendships can have very strong emotional bonds, and, when two girls develop a close bond, it will almost appear to be a romance. Getting together to do something is a "date." Fights are treated as a "break-up." They're willing to sleep next to each other in the same bed (and maybe even cuddle).

They're also sometimes capable of moving and speaking in perfect unison.

This is a subject we could all stand to know more about.

Obviously I am not a psychologist or a medical expert of any kind; I’m just a woman with a spanking fetish who is researching official information on the subject on Google and including my own experiences and tips.

They will expect everyone else to be totally honest, too.

From a writing point of view they are an asset: they say things that everyone is thinking but no one would dare say out loud.

Examples of a fetish might be a person who is sexually turned on by feet, or silk, or high heels, or wearing women’s panties. Paraphilia, according to the Kinsey Institute, “means compulsively responding in a sexual way to an unusual or socially acceptable stimulus.” Examples of paraphilia could be BDSM behavior and exhibitionism, although there are means).

People use the word kinky to describe stuff that’s even just a little out of their usual repertoire, like wearing fishnet stockings to bed once.

Quite often a point is made of stating that this character is very intelligent or "learns fast" to make sure the audience doesn't just write them off as dense and to justify characters trying to help them adjust, or as an excuse for why they've adjusted as well as they did.

If done poorly, either of these versions of intelligence can become an Informed Ability.

One background that can lead to this trope is to be Raised by Wolves—growing up with animal parents.