Where did the term "little" come from in the kink community? I often see people in DD/lg argue that a little is exclusively a type of submissive in a D/s relationship which doesn't have to involve ageplay, and ageplayers/ABs argue that littles don't have to be submissives. DD/lg is becoming something of a fad on tumblr with young girls (my guess is due to Lana Del Rey's Lolita-esque aesthetic), and there's a backlash effort from people experienced in BDSM to educate newbies who call themselves a "little" that being a sub entails a lot more than coloring books and plushies, and that the "Daddies" that they're looking for are Dominants who are going to expect submission rather than being expected to fulfill a caretaker role. But it's confusing to me because I also see websites like LittlesMunch that have the ABDL flag displayed everywhere with no mention of BDSM, ageplay/ABDL websites (like this one) that use LG simply to denote a female-identifying AB, and in the context of being an ABDL, "Daddy/Mommy" does refer to a caretaker that's not necessarily a Dominant. So my question is, did the term "little" come from the BDSM community, the ABDL/ageplay community, or did both of these communities happen to come up with the same word to mean totally different things in different contexts?