A young woman was told to “run as fast as she can” after revealing her husband’s unhealthy sexual fantasies.
Taking to Reddit, the 27-year-old asked for advice and explained that her partner has been obsessed with daddy-daughter roleplay for the past five years.
She said it bothered her and every time she brought it up, he told her she needed to relax.
“I never really realized how disturbing it was, but I’m in a deep depression and trying to find the cause. Maybe these things hurt me on a subconscious level and violate my consciousness” , she said.
She explained that she didn’t know her biological father when she was little, which appears to be the source of her 35-year-old partner’s fetish.
Young woman told to ‘run as fast as she can’ after revealing her husband’s unhealthy sexual fantasies
She said he would bring it up when they became intimate and said disturbing things about sexual acts she might have committed on her father if he had been there.
The disturbing message sparked comments from hundreds of people.
“I had an immediate physical reaction to that, like I had actually gone backwards. It’s absolutely repulsive on the atomic level. You need to get away from this person immediately,” one woman said.
‘Dude! I enjoy the ‘f*ck me daddy’ sometimes, but this is some next level shit that you should probably leave to a professional,” one man said.
A third agreed that it appears her husband has his own trauma and needs help from a therapist immediately.
“A trauma that he will pass on to you if you stay with him,” they added.
Some have told her to “never have children” with her partner because her fantasies are concerning from a child safety perspective.
That’s when she revealed he had two children from a previous relationship.
“You need to tell the baby’s mom so he doesn’t have access to these kids and keep him away from the other kids in your life,” one woman said.
“It’s the red flag city!” Don’t pass, come on. Don’t collect $200. If you do anything other than leave him and report this to the kids mother you need to take a long look in the mirror and look at your values,” said another.
And the professionals also jumped on the line.
“From a therapist, he should see a therapist. You could very likely benefit from it too,” one wrote.
“Yeah, man, I know we’re not technically supposed to be ashamed. But if you can’t get away with it or have a sexually intimate and meaningful relationship without a deranged problem, there’s something wrong with you,” said another.