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Episode 116: Sex Nerd Sandra
A Fetish for Age Play

Sex Nerd Sandra #116: A Fetish for Age Play

CROTCHLESS DIAPERS & SCHOOL GIRLS SKIRTS! Mako Allen, co-host of the Big Little Podcast, lets us into a weird-hot, edgy, taboo world and why, for a pants-wetter, he’s a pretty serious guy. TOPICS: Veruca Salt, Submission Assumptions, Pedophilia, Sissies, Taoism, The Worst Word,  Relationships, The Fetish Underneath, Fetish Double Standard, His Big & Little Family, Not-So-Little Girls, Incest Play, Deep vs Skimming Knowledge, Reductive Dirty Talk, The Book Technique, and a whole lotta Sandra taking a moment.

 

Mako Allen (Washington DC) is one of the co-hosts of the Big Little Podcast, a podcast by, about, and for ageplayers (http://www.biglittlepodcast.com).

He’s also got a long and storied career in the BDSM and ageplay communities as an advocate, presenter and author. Mako has been an active member of the BDSM community in DC for more than 15 years. He’s polyamorous, a switch, and an age player, too. He and his poly partners have taught classes about age play at Camp Crucible, as well as for several BDSM organizations including Black Rose and RODS.

Mako is also the author of “Auntie Eva’s Boarder,” a novel about female domination and age play, but more importantly also about coming to a place of self-acceptance with one’s sexuality. That not-so-subtle agenda pervades much of his work. He and his partners have a website for all the projects they maintain, http://theghidrah.com/.

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Comments

  1. Anon says:

    Wait I don’t get it, what’s wrong with pedophilia? It’s been proven to be harmless and the APA is even planning to remove it from the DSM. Don’t be ageist.