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Age Play

Age play is an activity where participants act out a different age than their actual age. The most common form of age play is regression, where the said person acts much younger than their actual age. Age play can take many forms, including things like Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL). An age play dynamic usually involves a Caregiver (CG), but not necessarily in the form of a Daddy or Mommy role. A person who is playing as a younger individual may be called a little, baby, or baby(boy/girl). However, pet names are also acceptable to use. Age play can include sexual elements, or it can be completely non-sexual.

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