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?
Or maybe you learn that the things you don’t have in common make clear the things you do.
Strap yourselves in for this one! The third episode is a rollercoaster ride and that is no exaggeration. Star_Platypus and Special Guest Antagonist PA_Daddy sat down with me and we put together a recording that makes fairly clear what a LLAMA munch in Lancaster, PA feels like.
With each episode, I try to add a little something different and this go-around, my job was easy. Plat and PA are well-spoken individuals … even when they speak over top of each other. But they are perfect examples of how two people can have differences of opinions on certain issues without losing the human trait of respect for each other.
The topics of this hurricane-proof episode included (but definitely were not limited to) origins that fostered self-discoveries, the known, the unknown, confessions, convictions, confections (when cookies were brought into it), what you just might find at a Papa John’s, calorie counts, vanilla frosting, alternate meanings for the acronym LLAMA, how to eat Chinese take-out like a boss, Star Wars and who from Star Wars movies we would diaper or be diapered by, the post-apocalyptic, stamina at the half-way point, conventions, fetish festivals, gatherings, munches, what we favor and what we don’t.
The debate raged on about the truth behind the greatest conundrum in human history … creamy peanut butter or chunky peanut butter?
And at the very end, Star_Platypus told a story about a mind-melting and personally gratifying experience he had at Camp Crucible … a story that had me speechless.
But I will say that it has convinced me to go to Crucible in 2019.
I am still in recovery from this one and will be for a little while. LOL But I am extremely grateful to Star_Platypus and PA_Daddy for bringing their points of view, their opinions, their unique differences and all the similarities that make us friends.
And as an added bonus, I made a quote list from the episode. You can find it here.
I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it for you.
Here are some links you may find useful after listening to episode three:
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:
The Big Little Podcast – Mako and Spacey present the granddaddy of them all … a podcast by, about and for ageplayers of all kinds.
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
Love In Brief – ResonantYes and RoadNotTaken’s ABDL advice podcast focused on love: love of self, love of others, and romantic love. A quick listen with each episode, perfect for when you have a few minutes and can only listen to one episode.