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  1. LG's Taking Dolly(ies) to Bed

    For LG's do you take Dolly or Dollies to bed?
  2. Virtual Dollies

    I found this page on Google under "virtual doll" http://www.google.com/#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=virtual+doll&oq=virtual+doll&aq=f&aqi=g4&aql=&gs_l=hp.12..0l4.24614.25869.5.30522.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=ae83a10b641cd06e&biw=800&bih=599 It appears that most of this is done at websites for chikdren , There is no need to guess how they would feel about ALG's. I wonder if some smart person here could adapt it to our needs
  3. What Is A Little Girl?

    We have had three attempts to figure out what a sissy is, all equally unsuccessful at putting together anything coherent or knowable and often contradictory. If there is a central meaning, it has to be gleaned from 1,000 disparite answers and there has to be some continuity with the real world to make it go. The real-world model of a sissy is a "backward" boy. One who still tries to retain the gender identity of "boy" but does not do boyinh things or exhibit boyish qualities. That is, it is based on an ABSENCE of qualities with the "girlish" qualities assumed to be there just to fill the gender vacuum, hence E-masculated and EF-feminate. This is drogatory of the boy and demeaning to girls. Thus "girl" is just a form of humiliation along with Small Penis Humiliation and the de trop frilliness and flounciness. From what I can glean, it is a sub-function of FemDom. What I hold against Sissy is that it tries to usurp the idea of Little Girl to its own ends. but there is some basic disconnect bwtween anything feminine and SPH. Two quotes: "Se just lump ourselves together" and "If you ask ten different people you get ten different answers" "Sissy" seems to be a catch-all term with no special or specific meaning around which to wrap your head Now, since I have done my sissy rant, one is entitled to ask the "what is a Little Girl?" Question This will, of necessity be fairly long, but measured against three full threads, it is quite short. Also it will not be exhaustive by any means First, a Little Girl is NOT a "transvestite" who usuallyconfine themelves to panties and underthings for the sake of getting their jollies and while LG can overlap with "crossdresser" it is more of a full personal experience in that there is a "whole person" as well as a distinct "look and feel [in fancy terms 'leitmotif' and 'zeitgeist']" which I just do not see with crossdresser or Sissy. Also crossdressers seem to be self-conscious that they are cross dressing. Unless I have to, I do not think about being little or girl. itjust fits me like an arm or leg in the Golden Age of DPF. "Little Girl"was a subset of AB and generally ran from about age 3 to "Junior High". Now it is a subset of "Little" or "Adult Kid" At least we have a real-world model that is not basically demeaning or derogatory and easily understood; a girl anywhere from 4 to about 14. some have tried to squeeze it up to 15 but that is pressing it and under 4. However, in the real world, there is no signigican gender self-concept. To be sure, the feminine characteristics are idealized and stereotypical but on that count, three things: 1. They are starting points or "givens" for the purpose of stage- setting and orientation, 2. more implicit than explicit and 3. they fit most real little girls of younger age. A Little Girl, more correctly "ADult Little Girl" can be a biological girl or GG (Genetic Girl) or a male or TGLG (Transgendered Little Girl). On this matter, a long-standing and credible source is Taffy Cheerful who said "Sex is physical. Gender is between the ears [psychological]". The terms used are ALG or LG, RLG (Real Little Girl) and VLG: Very Little Girl, 4/pre-schooler to 6 who may still have some "babhy" issues such as diapers or being treated as a baby. Most LG's identify as 7 to 12 As to characteristics. These are based on presence rather than absence. A strong attachment to feminine things, Althoug some girls eschew dresses and the other accoutrements of feminine life, they end up lacking discernible definition and are taken as LG on their say-so more than what is knowable, and probably then, only out of courtesy or intellectaul cowardice. As to these characteristics. First a girl's name to be called by, and being comfortable with the pronouns "she" and "her". Next comes a liking for the usual suspects. dresses, "tea parites", Dolls/Dolly, Fairy, sewing and ballet though not necessarily the latter two. As to dolls, or "Dolly [this latter being a doll that is loved and played with]", this, like any LG item can range from being a prop to a loved companion that engenders feeling of her being a little person- playmate, baby or sister. "Fairy" is a fantasy figure much as "cowboy" or "spaceman" and is sometimes taken as the feminie alien superhero. In the 1950's Fairies were becoming percieved as being the female inhabitants of a civilization so advanced that their abilities seemed to be magic and not the little winged bug-people, to which the image has reverted back over the last 40 years. When I joined GirTalk to/ Little Girl International, I brought with me the tiara fancy. Prior to that time tiaras were just part of something else like bellet, princess or Fairy and the preferred headpiece was an Alice band, next "scrunches" and last hairbows. Once Tiara was understood in her own righht most of the high-stautus girls there started wearing them more often as part of their dress and had more than one, anywhere from 3 to 5 With Little Girl, there is enough "there" there to form a little sub-personality. I was very different from Spinner Grace, who was very different from Sally-Jane, who was very different from Emily who was very different from Little Karen Marie. Spinner and I were more bouncy and "fizzy" and Emily was more quiet. Spinner and LKM took to the tiara fancyimmediately. Spinner was big into ballet. As to diapers, for those who partook, they were assigned under a separate personality as was Spinner's "inner fairy". Very few, if any, were full-time LG's as can be demostrated by the fact that I can deal in the Little Boys' Tree Fort (that image is just soooo on target that it is not funny). As to the tiara fancy. The same happened when I brought it to the Transgendered Guide forum and if we wanted to have a mock fight (a kind of spontaneous roleplay). All I would have to do is say "[so and So] is picking on me!! Waahhhh!" since I was the Very Little Girl there. For awhile they even used a tiara image for the background Contray to some myths, the overwhelming bulk of LG's that I knew did not feel "trapped in the wrong body" and were perfectly at home with what they were. Most felt that they had a little something extra in themselves and how they experienced and what best expressed themselves, though the psyche things were kept to a minimum to avoid distraction. So there was no significant amoutn of "Christine Jorgensen Complex". The two most common middle names were Marie and Ann(e) What may be surprising to some is that most LG's are "retro" with 3 basic models. 1950's, Victorian/Alice and Shirley Temple (which was the origin of the 1950's). Most of the retro LG's I knew were born between 1959 and 1975 and many fitted right into RUFFLES & RIBBONS GIRLS' HOME. I have lost track of thse since Yahoo deleted our 900 person group. without warning RUFFLES & RIBBONS GIRLS' HOME is 1948-54 with a strong Frnech-Canadian and very local accent with a real-life component that attracted many, as far away as Germany and Japan. On reflection, this should not be surprising since these were eras of sharp and well-defined childhood gender distinction Also very welcome in the LG world are Mommies, Nurses (in the old sense of the word) Babysitters (because of the British influence, usually called "Babyminders"), teachers, Mistresses (although domintrices do not fare well: How do you humiliate a girl with girl treatment?) and the horrible Stepmothers To get a clearer understanding of what it means to be and feel like a Little Girl fro a personal point of view http://www.dailydiapers.com/board/index.php?app=blog&module=display&section=blog&blogid=273&showentry=2227 http://www.dailydiapers.com/board/index.php?app=blog&module=display&section=blog&blogid=273&showentry=1578 Dolly http://www.dailydiapers.com/board/index.php?app=blog&module=display&section=blog&blogid=273&showentry=1679 Tiaras http://www.dailydiapers.com/board/index.php?app=blog&module=display&section=blog&blogid=273&showentry=1616 To help you get the picture http://www.dailydiapers.com/board/index.php?app=gallery&module=user&user=27920 When I interacted with a couple of Sissies they soon lost interest , saying I was "too girl" or , "you really like those things". I would be willing to bet that, once informed, many "Sissy"'s would change to "Girl" or even "T-Girl", which I would use but over the last half-decade, 'transgendered" has become too confused with "transsexual ['trapped in the wrong bodey', and believed to have a physiological basis and associated with the want or need for surgery or hormone treatments (I do not even take Midol)]" That, in sum and substance is what is a Little Girl. Now, go fix your skirts and straighten out your tiara. Your Dolly needs attention
  4. I miss my school days

    Here's something I wrote a while back that isn't in my blog but it may be of interest to people here. For me it began with being given to the older girls at the age of 5 who'd old me by my arms and legs swinging me back and forth over the grass which with being physically in their hands, I learned to trust other girls to take care of me. In time they taught me to play games with them all of which helped me to settle down into school with the more formal lessons, learning what was required of me to learn about different subjects anew. For me it was a relatively carefree point in my life. We did a great many physical things such as playing rounders, gymnastics, climbing, swinging from ropes like I was a monkey girl but one of the most fun things we did was to sit outside and draw, feeling the wind blowing through did quite a bit of reading both class based and also individual, having to give short accounts by the time we'd gone to secondary school of what we'd read to the class that proved to be most useful in my public life as an adult. By the time of my secondary school it was even more fun because I went to a boarding school so the adventures that started in the day often continued to at least lights out in the evening which included pillow fights. I learned to hold my own and to care for others from those experiences because our school wasn't a place just to be little exam passers but also to help develop and shape our characters which was as well cos we had to leave for employment that was never quite the same. To conclude, when I say I miss my school girl days what I miss is in part the people and adventures that were apart of that time, the lessons I learnt and above all probably the structure of our lives so carefully created by those who had our real interests at heart. Does anyone else feel about their education in a similar way?
  5. Hello people

    Err, I think it may help if I wrote something about myself here by away of an introduction about myself although I may well of encountered a few of you in the past thanks to Google. My upper play age is 12 on the LG scale hovering to around 9 at times such as when when I'm in littles chat and kind of new here. I love collecting dolls, watching cartoons playing music as well as stroking my pussy cat even though he creates chores for me to do. I still love my pinafore dresses although generally I'm to be found in contemporary UK school uniform, loving school based role play having established what kind of uniform I feel the most me in. I don't enjoy the very best of health, so aren't a prolific poster preferring to limit my meagre posts to those I think may be of some use to folk. My likes in cartoons, I hear you ask? Hmm some classics like Dangermouse, the Wombles, Rhubarb and Custard and a lot of the Oliver Postgate ones like Bagpuss, Ivor the Engine and The Clangers. I love the Alexandr Go Compare ads with the Meerkat too! I've been an adult little girl for a long time with chunks going way back into actual childhood but only really seriously started looking more into this around a decade ago where, like many, I found this new fangled Internet had some interesting groups on it by the user groups, early websites and blogs as I tried to figure out what it was I was and what words best described it. I did for a period hang around SissyKiss but found much of that site wasn't really me -something I'm probably not alone in - simply because I love being a Little Girl because it's how I feel and being one is a positive uplifting thing rather than a punishment. I am fairly active at GirlTalk.to forums (gasp!) which was much more my idea of a place for Little Girls who just happen to be having a age on their birth certificate that's over 18, can be found in the main chat night night at Ikklescape most weeks and join in a number of the UK LG get togethers. What do I bring to the party outside of dolls, tea and cupcakes? A sense of humour, a reasonably balanced take on life and a good dose of empathy I'd say.