Monthly meet and greet for Indiana-area age players of all kinds! Check out our Google group for discussion and announcements.
You are not alone! Meet other age players monthly!
AB/DL/age play parties and other gatherings tend to be scarce here in Indiana. The reason is that we Indiana age players sometimes don’t talk to each other much; nobody knows anybody else. My idea: Let’s meet at a restaurant once a month, just to talk. The goal is to form a baseline of social contact so that with any luck, other interactions can form — parties, other gatherings, maybe relationships. And since it began, it seems to have worked to some degree — there have been parties in the past, and sometimes we go see a movie or go shopping together after the munch. Let’s work toward having more parties in the future!
Date: Third Saturday of each month (next is November 19, 2011)
Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Location: Golden Corral, 116 S Franklin Rd, Bloomington, Indiana — watch the Google group for details
A few frequently-asked questions:
Q. Am I welcome?
A. The munch is intended for (but not limited to): Adult babies, diaper lovers, age players, Littles, babyfurs, partners of these, people interested in the subject — in general, if you’re interested in these topics and don’t have an attitude of condemnation, you’re welcome!
Q. After I get to the restaurant, how can I tell where the munch is?
A. Look for the pink plush bunny on the table. Her name’s Linda. There might be other plushies that others have brought, but I always bring her as a mascot and sign.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. The Golden Corral is an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant. It costs around $11 for all you can eat and a drink with free refills. If you just want a drink (free refills), I think that’s around $2. Other than that, there’s no cost.
Q. What do people wear?
A. It’s a public restaurant; people wear casual street clothes (on the outside, at least). Many munchgoers wear diapers under their clothes, which is fine; I do that myself. People sometimes wear T-shirts with the Sesame Street logo or the like; that’s OK. But obvious pacifiers, babyish clothing, etc. — please don’t. The goal is to make sure that everyone feels comfortable associating with everyone else while still feeling as if they’re expressing themselves, as much as is possible.