Posted on: January 17, 2016
We’re pretty sure that one of the things Sam never every thought she would do is to be on a podcast about age play. Because she has a habit of doing things she thinks she’d never do, she joined us for a fun personal interview. Listen and maybe you’ll be adopting that same habit.
Posted on: December 21, 2015
Posted on: December 13, 2015
Sourdough, the Golden Gate Bridge, Rice-A-Roni, and age play. San Francisco is known as a region that challenges social norms. Join us as we interview a panel of age players from the Bay Area to lean more about the culture of age play there. Learn about munches, play parties, scouting groups, and so much more. There’s great discussion and education here that can be helpful to age players anywhere.
Put some flowers in your hair and give a listen.
Posted on: July 26, 2015
Many consider parenting to be some of the hardest, yet most rewarding work on the planet. For those of us who are parents and also happen to be age players, that work can be more challenging still. Our guests have children ranging from newly born to fully grown. Join us as they share with us the challenges, joys, and opportunities of being a parent. All the while still being able to care for themselves and grow as age players, too.
Posted on: June 14, 2015
As age players, the experiences of our play does not take place in a vacuum. Instead it’s informed by our many experiences down all the roads we have traveled. Some of those common roads are nerd culture and kink culture. On this show we discuss the many was what we do is impacted by such experiences and also how those experiences enrich those cultures, too.
This show was recorded live at Frolicon. A nerd/kink event in Atlanta, GA which is an amazing example of just what kinds of amazing things can happen when these cultures collide.
Posted on: April 19, 2015
Mr. Sarah is an adult baby and regular volunteer at CAPcon, the Chicago Age Play Convention, where we first met him. It didn’t take long before we knew we had to have him on the show. (It just took a couple of years to make it happen.) Come hear the story of his journey through age play and how he and his wife have made it work through their 42 year marriage.
Posted on: February 22, 2015
There are all kinds of ways that music can change or enhance your ageplay.
On this show our intrepid panel of age playing musicians, and music connoisseurs take us on a musical tour with lots of amazing stops. We’ll hear some ageplay anthems and songs that will make you cry, laugh, or perhaps just march through the Magic Kingdom. There’s even a song about Optimus Prime beating up Abraham Lincoln. Seriously.
But enough talk about music for age players… come and listen! See the show notes »
Posted on: February 8, 2015
Come hear a personal interview with the incredible AB Jane. Jane age plays as an adult baby girl as well as a mistress. But that’s just scratching this surface. On this show we chat with her about her amazing life — full of contradiction and ultimately joy. See the show notes »
Posted on: January 25, 2015
“Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional.” ― Carroll Bryant
As much as many of us long for being younger, all of us are Adults. On this episode our panel of guests discuss the ups and downs of being a child in a grown up body. Through insight and stories they teach us how to do more than accept growing older. They show us how to thrive because of it. See the show notes »
Posted on: December 21, 2014
ATTENTION: This episode may be very triggering to some as it contains a frank discussion about surviving real life abusive situations. If you find this subject matter troubling, we recommend you skip this episode entirely.
On this episode we talk to some amazing age players about life as a survivor of abuse. We’ll learn about: getting out of abusive situations, strategies and methods of coping, how age play has been a center of hope and support for some, and most importantly how these survivors have continued on to live full lives in the aftermath. Mako and I learned a lot from everyone on this show. If you, someone you love, or someone in your community has suffered from abuse, hearing these stories may help you to become a better friend or partner.
Also note that we had a major technical glitch impacting the audio quality of this episode. I’ve tried to clear it up as much as possible and apologize if you have difficulty listening. See the show notes »