Exploring Ageplay: Navigating Head-Spaces Within ABDL; LittleSpace To MiddleSpace & More!
My name is Krib! I’m our customer service lead here at ABU and my job involves overseeing our amazing team of customer service representatives who help you with any issues or questions you may have regarding your orders or our services! You may remember me from an article a couple of weeks ago! (Click here to check that out!)
This week I’m here to talk about the many ways you can explore your little head-space and go over some perspectives I have found worth considering. I hope you find some intriguing tid-bits to expand your exploration of ABDL and our lovely head-spaces; little, middle or otherwise.
ABDL & Ageplay
Now without lumping everything into one box, we typically describe ‘Little’ to be those who enjoy exploring all the things we typically associate with childhood. Think diapers, bottles, pacifiers, footed pj’s and for some temporarily putting a pause on responsibilities, instead handing that sense of care over to another person (or maybe a big plushie!).
‘Middles’ typically explore what I would call “the years of self discovery”. Middles may prefer to have more control over their decision making and typically explore avenues of roleplay associated with their pre-teen and teenage years. They may spend some time playing video games, working on little science projects or drawing amazing crayon art in the hopes that one day someone may pin it up on the fridge and give them a gold star! Middles can often be bratty and in some cases may push back if something they don’t like is being imposed on them.
‘Bigs’ are often delegated to be the adults in ageplay scenes. A big may be a parental figure or take on the role of an older sibling, providing a sense of comfort for their little or middle. They may put together activities to keep their little ones entertained or have to bring down some discipline if their middle misbehaves!
What Do I Need To Explore AgePlay?
You don’t need to buy diapers, onesies, own a crib or a cool race car bed and you certainly don’t need to commit to your ageplay 24/7. These items may help you get into your desired headspace but aren’t at all necessary to get the job done. Think of these things as scene enhancers, much like putting on a costume for a role before you get into character.
Its A Personal Journey
Its A Personal Journey
Krib – (He/Him/Pail) – CS lead, Borborbor, little astronaut, rebellious middle, occasional brat dad, full time rat father.