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ABOUT US

ABDL

Our Community is in charge of the regression and transgression of littles in the community.
, but it’s actually for your own benefit cause You don’t know there’s an actual community of mommy’s/ daddy’s /littles/ switch/Cg/ in your area and you’ll be given a welcome pack of abdl stuffies from out your membership program

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Age play is a form of role playing in which consenting adults pretend to be older or younger than their actual age. Any age can be portrayed, from infancy to the elderly, and often includes appropriate clothing, speech, and behavior of that age group. As with most types of role play, the excitement in age play comes from breaking societal taboos and creating power dynamics, such as the inherent power a parent has over a child. Age play can be purely regressive or it can be intensely sensual, depending on the role play scene and the interests of the individuals involved.

On the wide spectrum of ageplay, the youngest range are “adult babies,” who enjoy pretending to be infants or toddlers with age-appropriate items like diapers, pacifiers, and baby bottles. The term “ABDL” encompasses a community of “adult babies (AB) and “diaper lovers (DL).” Some “diaper lovers” fetishize diapers as a type of clothing, similar to a latex or PVC fetish, without any age play involved at all. “Littles” role play as children between the ages of 3-10, enjoying activities such as cartoons, coloring books, snack time, stuffed animals, or Legos. A Mommy, babysitter, or teacher might punish a “little” with time out or an over the knee spanking to reinforce a child-like loss of control. “Middles” role play as pre-teens or young teenagers, often with a characteristic brattiness and inquisitiveness about their budding sexuality

This community simply covers the most basic concepts for wearing diapers, and, in your exploration of the ABDL community, you will meet people of every shape and size to whom diapers mean a million different things.
and you will find that the more you meet the more you will realize the diversity in the community. Be ready for all sorts of thing

They’re a lot of benefit when you become a registered member like you’ll get a welcome package after registration and then you’ll be able to locate more littles and mommies in your community, and be also be admitted to a nursery just around you

Age play, for instance, is for adults due to its connections with kink; while age regression can be participated in and experienced by any age; on account of it being a form of therapy/coping mechanism (though some use age play to cope as well). With the mention of minors being able to take part in regression, it’s worth noting that **age regression is not sexual at all, unlike age play. Age play can be sexual and/or non-sexual because the person/s involved is/are playing as an age; whereas age regression, even if it’s between adults, is never sexual because the individual involved is mentally regressing (usually to the age of a minor). In other words, they can not give consent.**

Lastly, one of the more minor differences between the two is that age players can roleplay any age they want. The age an ageplayer picks can range from young to old, while age regressors are regressing to a younger age always."

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A      FOR      AGEPLAY

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN US ?

 ADULT BABIES / DIAPER LOVER COMMUNITY SPACE

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The ABDL COMMUNITY SPACE online community or message board where individuals who identify as Adult Babies, Diaper Lovers, or those interested in this lifestyle can come together to discuss various topics related to their interests. These forums serve as a safe and welcoming space for like-minded individuals to connect, share experiences, seek advice, and discuss a wide range of topics related to ABDL,

Bondage is a form of restraint—pretty self-explanatory. It’s a sex act that falls within the BDSM umbrella, which is an acronym for “bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism” and a group of common sexual fantasies.  Some people enjoy being tied up, while some enjoy tying up their partner, and others like both. Someone who enjoys both the dominant and submissive role is referred to as a switch. Typically bondage uses kinky sex toys such as handcuffs or rope, but it can also be as tame as you using a scarf, a tie, or a T-shirt to restrain your partner's wrists when you're getting it on. To get into it, you can tie someone up to a bed frame using a tie or scarf or, if your bed frame isn’t kink-compatible, you could start by simply binding the arms together. To up the ante, you can purchase shackle mounts or suspension bars. 

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B     FOR      BONDAGE

C FOR CUCKOLD

Typically bondage uses kinky sex toys such as handcuffs or rope, but it can also be as tame as you using a scarf, a tie, or a T-shirt to restrain your partner's wrists when you're getting it on. To get into it, you can tie someone up to a bed frame using a tie or scarf or, if your bed frame isn’t kink-compatible, you could start by simply binding the arms together. To up the ante, you can purchase shackle mounts or suspension bars.

D IS FOR DOMINANCE

Typically bondage uses kinky sex toys such as handcuffs or rope, but it can also be as tame as you using a scarf, a tie, or a T-shirt to restrain your partner's wrists when you're getting it on. To get into it, you can tie someone up to a bed frame using a tie or scarf or, if your bed frame isn’t kink-compatible, you could start by simply binding the arms together. To up the ante, you can purchase shackle mounts or suspension bars.

S FOR SISSYFICATION

Sissification" is a term often used in the context of BDSM or fetish communities to describe a specific form of role-play or fantasy. It involves the feminization or emasculation of a person, typically a man, through various means such as clothing, behavior, or activities. The goal is to intentionally portray or experience a submissive, feminine role.

The person undergoing the process may wear traditionally feminine attire like dresses, lingerie, makeup, and accessories. They may also engage in behaviors that are stereotypically associated with femininity, such as adopting a more delicate or submissive demeanor. This can be done in a consensual and role-playing context between adults who enjoy exploring power dynamics and fetish fantasies.

It's important to note that any activities related to sissification or any other BDSM practices should always be consensual, safe, and respectful. Clear communication, boundaries, and consent are crucial when engaging in any kind of role-play or fetish activities to ensure the well-being and comfort of all involved parties.

R IS FOR ROLE PLAY

Role playing is another common kink, which involves people taking on characters outside of their day-to-day lives as part of a sex scene. This can be as simple as putting on a nurse’s outfit or as elaborate as constructing an entire scene complete with character development. Common examples include doctor and patient (medical role play), boss and secretary, pool boy and rich housewife, or college student and professor. While role playing often comes with costumes and is a fabulous excuse to dress up, an extensive wardrobe is not required. Scenes can be created through dirty talk and pure imagination.

w is for whip

Whip is commonly used as an umbrella term for all impact play tools, though it technically refers to an item with a thinner body that produces more of a “stingy” sensation. (You’ll often hear BDSM practitioners refer to sensations as either stingy or thuddy—the latter describing a toy like a paddle.) The most advanced whip on the market is the single-tail, which looks like a snake and can create a cracking noise when used correctly. Single-tails break the skin and can wrap around the body, injuring areas where organs reside, and should only be used by professional dominatrices with years of experience. Even some pro dominatrices will use them only for intimidation, rather than to actually impact their submissive’s body. If you want to try a whip, opt for a beginner-friendly option.

OUR MISSION

members should (and do) talk about non-diaper topics most of the time.
We find that this helps everyone in the long run, because it enables the people who do it to form real friendships based on more than just a common interest in diapers. This ultimately leads to everyone being happier, and us having a stronger, more friendly community. It is not necessary to wear diapers to participate here, though

There’s  all that you could desire. There are toys of all kinds in the corner for babies and toddlers, a little playset outside, a sandbox, swings, there are lots of snacks and juices, cribs for nap time, changing tables and a variety of diapers, potties for those who want to be big kids,  coloring and crafts, there’s a room full of bean bag chairs with a tv, and everything else your little heart could desire and a gift card voucher and 20% discount for shopping after registration   

OUR VISION

Our vision is to support our members through the diaper-related challenges they face.

Being an adult who wears diapers can sometimes be challenging, and the community is here to support people facing those challenges.

For example, we reassure members they are not alone, and let them see how others have overcome similar challenges   our secondary goal is providing a social environment for members.Somewhere to talk, to laugh, to relax, and to have intelligent discussions.Since our members are spread out geographically, our nurseries is our opportunity for all (caregivers)mommy’s, daddy’s, littles, switch talk with each other.


* ADULT Child or adult care services

* Writing, editing, or translating

* Graphic design or illustration

* Marketing, branding, or public relations

our kind of professionals like to use service contracts to outline their scope of work and protect their interests. Likewise, it's a straightforward way to formalize a service agreement.

 

What If One Party Breaks a Service Contract?

                         If one party cannot fulfill their obligations, professionally the Community Parliament will punish you to a severance fee of $500 to the community's bursary You may decide to make amendments to your agreement in order to stay on good terms with them. IF only you can complete your membership fee payment immediately to avoid our mediation or a small claims in court. situations, so everyone feels fairly served and compensated.

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