How to Handle Multiple Roles as a Submissive LB041

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  1. Ellie says:

    So you see Baby girl as distinct from Little? Can you explain the difference, please?

    • Kayla Lords says:

      Since this was back in episode 41, I’ve likely evolved my thinking from what I said originally, as I currently see babygirl on the spectrum of littleness but it’s definitely different (for me) than being a “little.” For me, being a babygirl is less about what I physically do or what I physically need (from actual items to the way I’m treated) and it’s about a state of mind. As a babygirl, I don’t identify with an age OR an age range. But yes, I giggle, tear-up, pout, and even whine (all characteristics that are often associated with littles, as well). And yes, I need “taking care of” like many littles do, but not necessarily with rules or the other structure that some littles need. It’s a highly personalized label and definition, and others will, can, and should see it differently. But it’s only just recently that I’ve embraced the idea of a spectrum, so all kinds of labels and behaviors could be called “little” (if that’s what people want to call it) but it’s all about varying degrees.

      • Ellie says:

        Thank you for such a thoughtful response! I am definitely some type of little, although I have no interest in diapers or pacifiers, and haven’t specified an age that I regress to. It is all pretty new to me but I am having a great time exploring. I am doing your 30 Days program, and it is really helpful to have some new questions to think about each day. I like your writing style, too. You are just the right mix of serious and playful!

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