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.
The Littles Group Documentation Project is sponsored by The Ghidrah as a service and gift to the community of age players everywhere.
If you know of a group or organization that is tolerant of age play and welcomes those who participate, we at the Littles Group Documentation Project want to know about them. You can suggest the group online by selecting a location above and following the "Suggest a group" link.
If you prefer, you can send us an e-mail at LittlesGroupDocumentationProject@TheGhidrah.com. Include as much as you know about the group including:
All submission are welcome and will be reviewed before they are posted publicly. If you know a resource to add or update to be made, please go ahead and submit it or send an e-mail us rather than presume someone else has already submitted the information. Thank you for your support of this community resource.
The term littles is a neologism describing the community of age players. The term little describes a member of that community.
Age play or ageplay is a type of role play in which an adult takes on the role of a child. There are many different expressions of age play including: infantilism, school kids, brats, sexual/non-sexual play, and more. Even within these groups there are many different expressions of age play. It is beyond the scope of this project to try and define them all. Also, the goal of the Littles Group Documentation Project is not to cater to a specific group, but rather act as a resource for all of them.
If you would like to learn more about age play, wikipedia provides an excellent starting point on the topic.