How do you react to people who don’t see things the way you do? Do you accept their opinions or do you attack them?
I contacted Mako Allen (of the Big Little Podcast, DC Munch and other endeavors), asking him if he would like to do a podcast episode where we talked about a list of different topics – some of which being topics we didn’t have the same opinions about.
Ranging from discussions of terms like “community” to the ever-intriguing question of “Can ABDL and Age Play be sexual sometimes and non-sexual at other times?” to other topics about munches and conventions to other topics of how we relate to one another, Mako and I duked it out for three hours on this first episode of a podcast that stated opinions … opinions, not facts.
But, to my surprise, our talk delved into discussions about ourselves and about others, our experiences and the all-too-important question of chunky peanut butter or creamy peanut butter.
Yep. We got to talking about stories and about why we write them. But we also began to discuss other places on the internet and resources that were of age play interest:
DPF.com – which no longer exists.
Middle America Littles
Love in Brief
The Big Little Podcast
The Crinkle Cast
The Ultimate Directory of FetLife ABDL Groups
When Things Fall Apart
You can find Mako Allen all over the place. Here are several ways:
Check out all the episodes of The 1-On-1 Podcast:
But being as The 1-On-1 Podcast is not the only ABDL podcast, we felt it important to mention some of the others, aisde from the above-listed ones:
ABDL Episode on Family Affairs – Dr. Rhoda Lipscomb (talkaboutsextherapy.com), an attendee and presenter at TeddyCon 2016, leads a conversation about ABDL, the difference in sexual fetish and non-sexualized behavioral play. Learn more about what ABDL participation looks like, common misconceptions, underlying emotions and challenges for both adult babies and their partners, and the effects it can have both causing and treating anxiety and shame in participants.
Age Play Episode on Tina Horn Podcast – An indie podcast created, produced, and hosted by Tina Horn. Each episode focuses on a subject of human sexuality and non-judgmentally asks the question: Why are people into that?! Website
Age Play Episode on Weimerica Weekly – Hosted by Ryan Landry and touching on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together. Website
Age Play Episode on The (It Girl. Rag Doll) Podcast – Hosted by writer Molly Moore and author Harper Eliot. Website On Twitter