Little play caters to a specific mindset that some individuals find comforting. It’s often connected to psychological needs and desires. Similar to pet play, engaging in little play allows a person to step into a role where they are free from responsibilities and daily pressures. It’s a time to sleep, eat, play, and enjoy life while trusting that they are cared for, like a child trusting their parents.
For some, little play provides an opportunity to recreate a childhood they may have missed or heal from past experiences. Engaging in simple, childlike activities like puzzles, drawing, or dancing can be profoundly enjoyable.
Little play can also relate to the dynamics of submission and discipline. If you struggle to surrender control or connect with a submissive role as an adult, especially if you occupy a dominant position in your daily work life, this experience provides a safe space to explore and embrace your more childlike, obedient side.
As with all sessions, an intake discussion is held before engaging in little play to ensure that the experience is personalized and tailored to your unique needs and desires.