This section of the site was quietly launched extremely recently. I want to answer this topic to clear up what I feel has been a misunderstanding of it's current existence.
This section of the site is not
to discuss littlespace or age regression. This is strictly topics that are not
CGL or age regression related. Topics here should strictly pertain only
to LGBTQ+ outside
of the CGL dynamic or interest.
So, topics like your suggested...
972T wrote: ↑
2 years ago
... how does it feel to be someone who happens to being a little plus gay ...
...still absolutely belong in the General Discussion
area because it pertains to being little and is on-topic for our community.
It is incredibly important to realize that people are not primarily here to discuss their placement in the LGBTQ+ community. They were here to primarily discuss their placement in the CGL+ community.
This area of the site is similar to the other subcategories within this Off-Topic section
. It is the same as the Entertainment area
and we do not expect to see high traffic in this section. We are not separating out LGBTQ+ persons outside of the interest, but we recognize that there may be news, media, or completely unrelated topics those persons would prefer to discuss with only other people involved in the same LGBTQ+ community.
Littlespace Online is an all encompassing and all accepting community for persons interested in age regression ("littlespace"). We, as a community whole, believe that all people as individuals are equally fantastic and unique, offering their own positive impact and personal gifts through existence and not necessarily identities. It doesn't matter if you're heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, or any other identity because we love and accept you the same
as every other person within our community here. You are valuable and amazing because you are you not because of the labels that only identify parts of you.
We are not a community centered around sexual identities, racial differences, ethnic background, religious affiliations, or other personal associations because we focus on individual value, growth, experience exchanges, friendships, and knowledge surpassing these identity possibilities. We believe that a person's value within the community is not altered by someone's gender or sexual identity. Community knowledge and experiences shared often do not center around these personal differences, identities, and preferences. I don't know how else to say it: we love you for just being you. One single identity you have for yourself does not completely define you and your glory. We embrace you in all of your perfections and flaws. Sexual orientation is not something we prioritize in building valuable, long-lasting community friendships because that is often just one of many labels a person has when defining things about themselves. We want to know all
of you, not focus on only one aspect about you.