It is the place to go each year to see all the latest goodies presented in an accessible way and be surrounded by people who all share the same passion.Now in its 15th year, the NAG LAN is Southern Africa’s largest BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer/Console) LAN event.This is where long-time online friends finally meet in the flesh, and new friends are made over the weekend.

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Even if you’re not a serious competitive gamer, there’ll be competitions for which you can sign up, giving you the chance to win prizes for showing off your gaming skills.

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You can buy new games and consoles, chat with local comic book artists, or take selfies with your favourite cosplayers.

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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.

Typically when someone talks about wanting a Daddy-Dom or a Daddy/Baby relationship they’re using it as a shorthand for a style of relationship rather than claiming an incest kink. Any reference to ‘Mommy’ is always about incest roleplay of the naughty son who needs disciplining, educating or restraining.

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.

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.