The right look for little space?

Does having a younger look make little space more enjoyable/ easier to get in to?

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    Votes: 14 16.9%
  • Kind of?

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littleph0enix

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Hello all its been a bit since I have made a ABDL thread.
This time around I was interested to know if looking younger makes little space more enjoyable/ easier to get in to?


So to make things easier to talk about lets break it down:
  1. Does it help that you are short? or that being tall makes it harder to get in to little space? :unsure:
  2. Do you find that putting in the work to make your self look younger makes little space more enjoyable? :unsure:
  3. Have you ever found that getting in to little space was easy for you since you already look super younger (or just young) for your age? :unsure:
  4. Lastly have you found that as you get older it gets harder to get in to the same kind of little space that you used to have? and do you think it comes down to not looking as young? :unsure:
There is no wrong answers and im interested to see how much of this is more or less right or more or less wrong (to each to there own) and how much of this makes the difference for each of you guys with your own little space. (or maybe not who's to say hehe :LOL: )


I would say my own feelings on the matter but I am sadly not the most experienced so all i'll say is that:

  1. I would like to think the shorter you are the easier it is to get in to little space.
  2. Not sure about putting in the work myself but for me at least there is a point where I want to be happy with my own look so if my own look is not doing it for me and putting in the work to look better does then for sure I would like to think little space would be more enjoyable.
  3. im kind of 50-50 on my looking young and does that make it more enjoyable, like I think I do have a young face but my little is of a LG so its a lot more hard for me to be happy with what I start with. (pretty sure with the help of makeup and a wig I would be happy with all other parts of me or at least as far as I know.....)
  4. I kind of cant say..... like I have not been doing this long enough to say so maybe in time I will be able to come back to this threat and post an update haha :ROFLMAO: .

So yeah hope you guys find this as interesting as me and that im not asking to much for you all, I look forward to seeing what you guys have to say and hope I can learn from it!
 
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Ok so I’m quite short 5ft2 so I do think it makes it easier, I’m told I look naturally young for my age (31) but plenty have said I look 21-25 🤣 so that does help. Plus I can do quite a few more childish hair styles ( the joys of having daughters!) which again I would say helps the overall look and then feeling of little space
 
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I'm on the short size also 5'4" 130lbs I still get ID quite a few times !
 
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I am 5’0”, and 22 years old though I am often assumed to be 14–16 (which I don’t really see or understand, but I’ve been told to be grateful, lol). I guess it’s hard for me to say because I have never been older nor taller than I am right now, lol!
That said, I can imagine that it’s not easy if you feel like you don’t look the part, and that makes me very sad. I’ve seen threads on here before asking about the “ideal” ABDL body type—and I think that’s just wrong! The very first thing in ABDL is Adult, and adults come in all shapes and sizes. The way our bodies look doesn’t change the way that we feel inside. Everyone deserves to feel like the little they are inside, whether big or small or old or young.
To answer some of your questions though, I do find it easier to enter little space when I’m dressed a certain way or done my hair a certain way, it’s just less about the actual physical attributes of my body. In my day to day life I do dress pretty childishly and mainly wear my hair in pigtails, so already feeling kind of in touch with my little side that way does help. My little side has definitely changed over the years with age, but so far it hasn’t changed my ability to get into little space.
 
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claire123 said:
Ok so I’m quite short 5ft2 so I do think it makes it easier, I’m told I look naturally young for my age (31) but plenty have said I look 21-25 🤣 so that does help. Plus I can do quite a few more childish hair styles ( the joys of having daughters!) which again I would say helps the overall look and then feeling of little space
In a way when comes to this side of stuff I would think being shorter is for sure a pro (well it is nice to just look younger in the long term anyway), the part about childish hair styles sounds so cute/ lucky haha.

Rita said:
I'm on the short size also 5'4" 130lbs I still get ID quite a few times !
Since others have put it (and I some how forgot to say in my own bit) just so people know im 26 years old and about 5'6 or 168cm and 141 lbs or 64kg or 10.1 stone..... lol so many ways to do things, I must feel old since I like it when people ask me for ID now :ROFLMAO: . (im just like thanks for asking hahah)

lilbabyjooce said:
I am 5’0”, and 22 years old though I am often assumed to be 14–16 (which I don’t really see or understand, but I’ve been told to be grateful, lol). I guess it’s hard for me to say because I have never been older nor taller than I am right now, lol!
If I could do more then one emojis I would have liked too haha, I think in the long run it is good to look younger then you are but im not so sure that means 100% you will always look younger then you are. (thats its own thing all of its own)
lilbabyjooce said:
That said, I can imagine that it’s not easy if you feel like you don’t look the part, and that makes me very sad. I’ve seen threads on here before asking about the “ideal” ABDL body type—and I think that’s just wrong!
It is pretty sad that we dont all get our own ideal body, I think this is a lot like life out side of being a ABDL though since its not easy to be happy with ones own looks too. Much like everything there is a point where most of us think that we might be going to far for our own goals but I think that in of its self is understandable, so in some ways yes it can be seen as wrong (and very costly/ dangerous) but in others the end goal should always be for our own happiness so if going past the point others would not cross is going to make you more happy then it cant be 100% wrong.
lilbabyjooce said:
The very first thing in ABDL is Adult, and adults come in all shapes and sizes. The way our bodies look doesn’t change the way that we feel inside. Everyone deserves to feel like the little they are inside, whether big or small or old or young.
To answer some of your questions though, I do find it easier to enter little space when I’m dressed a certain way or done my hair a certain way, it’s just less about the actual physical attributes of my body. In my day to day life I do dress pretty childishly and mainly wear my hair in pigtails, so already feeling kind of in touch with my little side that way does help. My little side has definitely changed over the years with age, but so far it hasn’t changed my ability to get into little space.
Agreed and adding what we wear to what we have around us was something I was starting to think about since we might get older but in time we can get more stuff to make us more happy. hmmm I see so it has not affected you as of right now, granted your only 22 so you still have so much more life to live ;) . Thanks for the feel back, it really does sound like you have fully accepted every part of your little self and are living a good life together 🥰 .
 
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littleph0enix said:
Does it help that you are short?
I'm a man and I'm just under 5'7 and being on the shorter side does help me feel little. I'm shorter than a lot of others, so it's not difficult to feel small.

littleph0enix said:
Do you find that putting in the work to make your self look younger makes little space more enjoyable?
Yes, I always make sure my face is clean shaven and that I have all the little things I need to be little. Getting a cute onesie and dummy really helps too!

littleph0enix said:
Have you ever found that getting in to little space was easy for you since you already look super younger (or just young) for your age?
I don't look young for my age, but it's never stopped me getting full into little space.

littleph0enix said:
Lastly have you found that as you get older it gets harder to get in to the same kind of little space that you used to have? and do you think it comes down to not looking as young?
Actually, I've found the opposite! As I've gotten older, I've gotten more comfortable with my little side and feel it much easier to get into little space and enjoy it, without any shame over it. And besides, I now know what little things I like and it's easy to get those and get right back into being a little one!
 
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1) I would like to be shorter because that would expand my clothing options but I don't think this would make it easier to enter the headspace, just to accessorise.

2) I'm nearing the middle of my thirties so any looking younger I can do is as much about my big space as the little. Practice and experience, which have come with time and therefore age, have made it easier for me to access that part of myself.

3) Not at all, at least as far as I have observed or reflected.

4) Quite the opposite, I think my experience has improved with time.
 
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Don't know. I look the way I look. (Amazing by the way.) Can't change that for comparison but I find it easy enough to get into little space though.
 
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BenNevis said:
I'm a man and I'm just under 5'7 and being on the shorter side does help me feel little. I'm shorter than a lot of others, so it's not difficult to feel small.
Yes, I always make sure my face is clean shaven and that I have all the little things I need to be little. Getting a cute onesie and dummy really helps too!
I don't look young for my age, but it's never stopped me getting full into little space.
Sound pretty familiar to myself but I dont get in to little space to easierly. (put it down to not living on my own and giving my self the time)
BenNevis said:
Actually, I've found the opposite! As I've gotten older, I've gotten more comfortable with my little side and feel it much easier to get into little space and enjoy it, without any shame over it. And besides, I now know what little things I like and it's easy to get those and get right back into being a little one!
Hmm makes me wonder if there is kind of a curve to this where you start on a low and end up more happy and maybe at some point it might start to go down? lol might just start to only be good as you get older and find more fun things to do.

Anemone said:
1) I would like to be shorter because that would expand my clothing options but I don't think this would make it easier to enter the headspace, just to accessorise.
Didn't think about that part of it to much but that is true and understandable since as its not like we can get everything want want in our size..... well not inless your willing to pay gold for it to be done.
Anemone said:
2) I'm nearing the middle of my thirties so any looking younger I can do is as much about my big space as the little. Practice and experience, which have come with time and therefore age, have made it easier for me to access that part of myself.
3) Not at all, at least as far as I have observed or reflected.
4) Quite the opposite, I think my experience has improved with time.
haha its nice when some of our own goals start to a line to each other does make thing more simple (or at least it should do), 3) might be kind of hard to know for sure since that is something I think a carer or many AB/ little would know best. and same as Ben but its another hard one to ask since its like asking someone that has been some form of AB for like 40+ years if past the point of accepting ones to being free to ones self if it ever got less powerful?, its interesting since for some people its a way out from our bigs side of life and stress but then you have to say (well hopefully) as we get older and our lives get easier does the experience lose power? even if only by a little bit each time? :unsure:
 
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I’ve very rarely felt little. I’m 6’1” and average about 210lb, so my ability to feel little requires me to reach back to being actually young and desiring the diapers I was denied when I was young. I wear a Kiddo or an SDK which is what I wanted back then, and I start to be thankful that I’ve been a responsible adult and now I get to make these decisions for myself… which, unfortunately, is like Christopher Reeves
finding the future penny
in “Somewhere in Time”,
which snaps me back to the present
. But it gives me better temporal integration across my timeline. It doesn’t change the past, but it heals some of the pain in my origin story.

So, I guess I don’t desire to be little as much as I want to smooth out the wrinkles.

(If you’re up for a film with some gentle temporal mind fucking, Somewhere in Time stars Reeves and Jane Seymour in a wonderful soft sci-fi classic that might finally fall off the cultural radar in a few years. Sorry for initially posting this with the spoiler...)
 
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littleph0enix said:
Sound pretty familiar to myself but i dont get in to little space to easierly. (put it down to not living on my own and giving my self the time)
When I'm at uni, it's much easier than when I'm back at home with parents, so that's very understandable. When back home, my little side does have to take a bit of a back seat, but I've learnt to adapt and there are other ways to feel little when full-on little space is out of the question (e.g. having my snuggly dragon).

littleph0enix said:
Hmm makes me wonder if there is kind of a curve to this where you start on a low and end up more happy and maybe at some point it might start to go down? lol might just start to only be good as you get older and find more fun things to do.
It has taken time and I think it really does get easier with time. Apart from anything, you just get more used to your little side and they develop their own distinct likes and dislikes which you can respond to.
 
blaincorrous said:
I’ve very rarely felt little. I’m 6’1” and average about 210lb, so my ability to feel little requires me to reach back to being actually young and desiring the diapers I was denied when I was young.
I did think that for some people being too tall was going to be a bit of con, even then you much like others have other ways of making up the difference but I was thinking it would make it that much harder for it to feel right. In a way I like to think of it as accepting ourselves level 2 or 3 where its just not as simple as level 1 where its about finding out what we are and accepting that we know are self generally, where level 2 or 3 would be a deeper look in to what we can/ want to accept from what we already know.
blaincorrous said:
So, I guess I don’t desire to be little as much as I want to smooth out the wrinkles.
Hmm as in I cant say anything for sure but I did think as we age at some point the magic of it all might get a bit weaker but im sure that just comes down to the fact that as we age (hopefully) we should become more happy and accepting of what we are. (ideally at least since im not that smart and I cant say that much from what I know right now too)
blaincorrous said:
(If you’re up for a film with some gentle temporal mind fucking, Somewhere in Time stars Reeves and Jane Seymour in a wonderful soft sci-fi classic that might finally fall off the cultural radar in a few years. Sorry for initially posting this with the spoiler...)
looks interesting, im not a super in to seeing movie all to often but I can add it to the list that im sure i'll get to the end at some point so thanks for the info :p.

BenNevis said:
When I'm at uni, it's much easier than when I'm back at home with parents, so that's very understandable. When back home, my little side does have to take a bit of a back seat, but I've learnt to adapt and there are other ways to feel little when full-on little space is out of the question (e.g. having my snuggly dragon).
It has taken time and I think it really does get easier with time. Apart from anything, you just get more used to your little side and they develop their own distinct likes and dislikes which you can respond to.
Sure does help to have something to hug and to let the little side out when you can, as im sure I have said far to much of here I cant wait to live alone :ROFLMAO:. From what I am seeing even if its not super magical all the time I think for a very long time once you accept this part of your self it really is bliss moving forward.
 
I don't think how I look effects my being little. Being little is about how I think and feel.
 
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I've never really given this much thought .
I did shave off my beard years ago so I do have a clean face. Other than that I suppose I look fairly normal. I have met a ton of littles before , all shapes , sizes and ages. It has never been about how they look but way more so the little vibe they give off which is unmistakable.
 
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Not even close. I avoid mirrors when I'm wanting to feel cute and little. 🤣
 
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Tbh yea, I think looking young does help alot. Im 5'11" and 125lbs. My height is average for a guy, but underweight compared to most adult males my age (28). Once in awhile my family would tell me I should workout and build more muscle, but I dont wanna. I like my slender build the way it is cause it helps me look and feel little. In my adult life I often drive big 20+ feet vehicles and Ive been told I look way too young to be driving those, so being skinny does work in my favor lol
 
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I am 4'11", and I get mistaken for a lot younger than I am VERY OFTEN..
I constantly get asked, "Shouldn't you be in school...?"
and I gotta laugh when that happens.
I guess it helps?
 
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ORBaby said:
I don't think how I look effects my being little. Being little is about how I think and feel.
While that might be true for a lot of people (and trust me the it would be great if it was true for everyone), I think it's a bit like everything where every little helps from what you wear to what you have around you. I just wanted to see if body size/ shape coming off as younger made a difference as well, thanks for your point of view since for sure this is true for some at least.

lilstevie56 said:
I've never really given this much thought .
I did shave off my beard years ago so I do have a clean face. Other than that I suppose I look fairly normal. I have met a ton of littles before , all shapes , sizes and ages. It has never been about how they look but way more so the little vibe they give off which is unmistakable.
Is that not a good thing? If you have not thought about it before I would say your already so well connected to your small side that you dont need the extra help :p , same as OR really where from person to person it seems to be about how well you are connected to your own AB/ little side. (While it might not be everyone I think it is understandable for someone over 6 foot tall or being overweight or being 50+ to not being as happy about there own little space all as they used to be)

ShyBoo81 said:
Tbh yea, I think looking young does help alot. Im 5'11" and 125lbs. My height is average for a guy, but underweight compared to most adult males my age (28). Once in awhile my family would tell me I should workout and build more muscle, but I dont wanna. I like my slender build the way it is cause it helps me look and feel little.
In a way I think it is just one less thing you might think about which makes it easier to get your head in the right space, if you dont feel like you have a younger look that might be fine since you feel it does not matter but for a good amount of people I feel this is on there mind which could be holding them back from a better head space.
ShyBoo81 said:
In my adult life I often drive big 20+ feet vehicles and Ive been told I look way too young to be driving those, so being skinny does work in my favor lol
Nice it is funny when you might not fit the picture others think would do that role, I'm an advanced welder which people always think I look a bit young for that role Haha. (Well and that fact I am young for the role I have, lots of people rank under me that are older so people do t know what to think sometimes :ROFLMAO: )

Dial said:
I am 4'11", and I get mistaken for a lot younger than I am VERY OFTEN..
I constantly get asked, "Shouldn't you be in school...?"
and I gotta laugh when that happens.
I guess it helps?
Haha sounds like something I have seen before, as long as they dont try to take your hand and walk you back to school it's all good. (Does make me wonder if at all how often you go to places and get asked if your a lost child? :unsure::LOL: ) Pretty sure in the long run it is good to look younger then you are so that is nice, just before you get in to little space do you sometimes look at your self and think "God I'm cute"? Must be nice for some :).


Now I kind of forgot about his but other then your body size/ shape I missed a bit and that would be your own voice or AB/ little voice? Another thing that you are born with that could be great or be a deal breaker, though it is not as simple as that since it's not like we cant change our voices a bit but there is only so much we can try to sound right. (Other then the fact that sometime forcing a voice can be unhealthy or hurt if done for too long)

So going back to my self I'm not super sure about it since the lack of experience I have but I have a pretty big vocal range going from like count dooku/ mickey from recess singing voice to miss piggy from the muppets/ silver from angry birds 2 :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: so yeah a little odd, I have not tryed to do a voice for very long time periods but I think as long as I have something to drink I could last all day? Maybe? :unsure:
 
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Hi everyone

I haven't read through everything, so sorry if I am repeating someone,

I am sure if you still look like you are 12 when you are in your 20/30, you can enjoy being Little easy by dressing the part and behaving as if you are that age. I would love to look like I was a teenager, but I don't.

I don't need triggers to go into Little space, but I have been regressing for some time now. I find that I like certain items when I am in that head space. Also, I enjoy dressing in more childlike if I am going to be in Little space.

Will that be my thought anyway.
 
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siysiy said:
Hi everyone

I haven't read through everything, so sorry if I am repeating someone,
Hello, its fine haha
siysiy said:
I am sure if you still look like you are 12 when you are in your 20/30, you can enjoy being Little easy by dressing the part and behaving as if you are that age. I would love to look like I was a teenager, but I don't.
I don't need triggers to go into Little space, but I have been regressing for some time now. I find that I like certain items when I am in that head space. Also, I enjoy dressing in more childlike if I am going to be in Little space.
I think what I am getting from this thread for sure its that being younger or looking younger helps for sure but its 100% not a make of break by any means since it is only one part that is little space which has means things already. (like what you wear or what you interact with just to name other parts) For some people there is no need at all to add on to there little space since they are already so will connected both in and out of little space. (I like to think of them as like super littles :ROFLMAO: )
 
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