Intro to Light and Dark Ageplay

  • Hosted by Society of Janus
  • San Francisco, CA -
  • 16 people on the list-

This class covers the basics of age play. What is it? Why do we do it? What can it look like? In this class we highlight the differences between bright ageplay and dark age play. We will cover topics such as:

  • what is a little, middle, abdl, or big
  • do you need a partner to find littlespace
  • how to set up ageplay scenes
  • ageplay in dungeon spaces
  • and show and tell for cute age playing gear!

Instructor Bios:

Joining her local kink community just after her 18th birthday, PrincessKittyKat (she/her) has been actively involved in the SF Bay Area community for over 10 years now. She is the cohost of San Francisco's Little's munch at Wicked Grounds and co admin‘s the Northern California Cg/L discord server. She is a switch who actively participates on both sides of the slash of many kinks. In addition to Ageplay, PrincessKittyKat also enjoys rope, pet play, and power exchange.

LyricalChaos AKA Alice (she/they) got her start in the Fresno community in 2017. She got involved in the community whenever she could and could often be found as a helping hand during many events. When she moved to the SF Bay Area she wanted to continue helping the community. She got involved with leadership duties, eventually branching out to start a switch discussion group in 2019. She has a passion for education and is on a constant quest to educate herself and others who wish to learn. Her favorite activities include being MissaKay's giggly knife bottom, participating in too many hobbies, and causing chaos.

SOJ class notes This class will be offered both in-person, and for accessibility purposes, as a virtual class, so please be sure to choose the ticket that best suits your needs. Gender-neutral single-stall restrooms are available. The room may carry a slight echo, and the light play session may get a bit boisterous and/or noisy, but the building has plenty of space for you to step out if you need a quiet moment. Light snacks and soft beverages will be available, but if you have a particular dietary need, bringing your own is encouraged, as is bringing your own water (a hydrated kinkster is a healthy kinkster!). Virtual tickets will be able to access the entirety of the class, but access will end prior to the light play session. WHAT TO BRING Proof of vaccination - Check out the CA Digital Card Water


Every SoJ event is well attended by several SoJ Officers. If you are looking to learn more about SoJ or just need a welcoming face check in with the Hosts and they will point you in the right direction. This is a great place to meetup with your old friends or make some new ones, whether you are new to the community or a veteran. It's a very fun and welcoming environment. You do not need to be a member of SoJ to attend; This event is put on to serve the community and bring people together.

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About Society of Janus

Society of Janus is and has always been an organization made up of the community and in service to the community. We are stronger for our diversity, including adults of all genders, orientations, colors, ethnicities, roles, and experience levels. We welcome all who have a genuine interest in kink and who respect each other's rights to self-expression, self-exploration, and authenticity. At each and every one of our events, we will strive to maintain and enforce a respectful and safe space for all attendees in celebration of this diversity, and expect the same of all attendees.

**Read our Consent and Harassment Guidelines here:**

The Society of Janus is a not-for-profit, all volunteer, San Francisco-based education and support organization devoted to the art of hot, consensual and non-exploitative BDSM.

Janus provides an opportunity to meet others with similar interests in a safe, relaxed atmosphere. Society of Janus is open to people of all genders, sexual orientations, roles, and experience levels. Janus members are from all over the SF Bay Area. We host and sponsor events in many locations around the bay. 

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