Emily Semaphore: Well, Jailbait is a roleplay club for adult ageplayers.And ageplay is, as many know or think they know, is a form of roleplay related to BDSM which involves two adults roleplaying situations where one is an adult and one is underage.As manager, I keep an eye out for griefers (we get lots but they don’t last long), make sure that no RL minors are here (which is unlikely as most kids who sneak onto the adult grid are going to go pretend to be ADULTS), and generally keep things running smoothly and folks playing nicely with one another. Urizenus Sklar: Is that 50% of the participants, or 50% of the activity? Emily Semaphore: both Urizenus Sklar: let’s take the nonsexual part first.Urizenus Sklar: Some ageplay is sexually oriented and some is not. Why do you think people like to roleplay as children?When I’m not playing on cam, I enjoy boxing, reading, gardening, cooking, and fostering rescue pets.I’m naturally dominant with a sadistic streak, but I sometimes switch.We discuss the joys of subverting expectations and learn about the broad range of archetypes of little sadist roles. See the show notes » Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: i Tunes | Android | RSS Description: She’s charming, witty, elegant, and adventurous.On this episode Leah shares stories of her many journeys.
) she manages Jailbait, a Second Life club dedicated to age-play – often involving cybersex between the participants.
In this interview, we ask her about ageplay, her job as manager at Jailbait, what she considers the psychologically healing aspect of sexual ageplay, and what she sees as the troubling aspects of ageplay and society’s reaction to it.
Urizenus Sklar: Emily, what is Jailbait, and what is your job as Manager here?
Peter didn't even want anything sexual from him, didn't want to be called 'daddy'. Stiles never realized how much he wanted a caregiver until Peter asked him. He feels like he could look at this person and be safe with them.
The fact that Derek and Malia are in on things is just aces though.
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