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?
If we all felt the exact same way about everything, we would be nothing but clones of each other … Stormtroopers (for Star Wars fans), the Borg (for Star Trek fans). The vast majority of advancements we have made in human history have happened because certain people saw things differently than others.
And a lot of friendships and other acquaintances we have don’t actually begin because of things we have in common, but rather, the things we don’t – making each of us unique and that much more interesting.
If you thought episode three was a crazy ride, then get ready for episode four! The (now) Resident Guest Antagonist PA_Daddy returns to keep the talk lively as DaddyHugsALot and BabyHugsALittle join this episode of the 1-on-1 Podcast to talk about the benefits and challenges of an age gap age play relationship.
But the topics of this tsunami-strong episode also included (but definitely were not limited to) origins that led to double-edged confessions, some rather graphic 3-D printer projects, log castles, the properties of Desitin, the definition of Dewquerey, the creation of a new fetish, kink engineering and of course, the never-ending debate over the one wonder of the world that will likely rip a whole in the space-time continuum … creamy peanut butter or chunky peanut butter?
But when we got into the deep discussion about age gaps, it was a very touching talk – filled with a lot of honesty and a lot of good advice.
And throughout the podcast, they were so kind as to put out a few public service announcements:
- Shit can wait.
- Please don’t give Saran Wrap to your dog.
- Please do not forget your bills, instead running to New York for two weeks.
I hope you enjoy listening to episode four as much as we enjoyed recording it for you.
Here are some links you may find useful after listening to episode four:
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.