The Ghidrah is a polyamorous triad whose members are Mako, Pene, and Spacey. Though each of the members are from different backgrounds we share a common connection which we have named Soul-Bonding. We also share a love for all things kinky and fun such as age play, BDSM, polyamory, and a desire to teach and share with others.
If you know of a project or presentation where we can help, please contact us at: email@example.com
Mako's lair is in the Baltimore/Washington DC area of the United States. He's a published erotic author as well as the co-creator of the Littles and Adult Baby pride symbol. Mako has been actively involved in the BDSM scene for a least 10 years and is an accomplished speaker and teacher.
Pene's lair is in the Greensboro/Raleigh, North Carolina area of the United States. She has a gift for helping people get in touch with the kinkster and child within. Pene has co-taught classes on age play all over the East Coast and has been involved in the BDSM scene for at least seven years.
Spacey's lair is in the Atlanta, Georgia area of the United States. He's developed a number of web sites related to infantilism and is an avid photographer. Spacey is talented in design for presentations and has been involved in the BDSM scene for at least nine years.
The ghidrah are currently involved in several projects, primarly serving the age play community.
All three of the three of the Ghidrah "heads" currently organize munches for age players of all sort in their local areas: Atlanta, GA, Greensboro, NC, and Washington, DC. Some of our friends run munches elsewhere across the county. You can learn more about all of these munches at LittlesMunch.com
The The Big Little Podcast is an audio show by, about, and for age players of all kinds.
The Littles Group Documentation Project is a free community resource for age players and provides information about organizations all over the world that are accepting of age play. It is a community driven resource, meaning that we need you and all of the age play community to contribute what you know about groups in your area to keep this resource accurate and up to date. The purpose of the Littles Group Documentation Project is to help you find places to go where to can connect with others interested in age play.
This is the second edition release. It has been updated by the author, Mako Allen, edited by Pene Princess, and includes photography by Bob Spacey. It's available now as an e-book or paper back through lulu.com.
Neil, a college sophomore, decides to stay in town for the summer and get a job. He needs a room, and the ad sounds innocent enough, “Widow with large house near campus seeks student boarder. Sex, race, unimportant.”
Neil discovers that Eva is no ordinary landlady. He soon realizes he might not be as mature as he’d thought after the first time she spanks him bare-bottom over her knee.
When Eva starts putting him in diapers, he learns he’s a lot more than just Auntie Eva’s boarder.
The Littles and Baby Pride Symbol is a gift to everyone in the age play community. The symbol is given to the public domain and can be used by anyone. The symbol has been around since 2002 and has spread far and wide. A free art kit is available.
One way to show your support and pride in the age play community is to wear a Littles and Baby Pride pin.
In its original issuing, the pin was sold in almost every state in the United States and traveled to many countries. It has been upgraded and re-issued by The Ghidrah and is available for sale now.
spacey and his mommy Marie have contributed articles to new book The Power Exchange Books' Resource Series: Age Play. It's a short book with contributions from nine different age players across the US.
The Ghidrah loves to share what we have learned with anyone willing to listen. We enjoy teaching and have diverse wealth of experience on which to draw. Together we have taught on the topics of age play and polyamory in venues along the East Coast of the United States. The Ghidrah is happy to teach anywhere, but if travel is required then travel and lodging assistance is greatly appreciated.
Classes are generally planned to last about 45 minutes and usually include a lecture, demonstration, presentation slides, and a handout. Longer classes can accommodated by combining topics. If you're interested, please contact us.
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