Definitions

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  • noun A form of roleplay in which the player deliberately acts an age different from their own (and usually younger).

Etymologies

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age +‎ play

Examples

  • What happened then was the company, Linden Lab, developed a policy against "ageplay" just to prevent any kind of legal intervention from happening, and also banned casinos and unlicensed banks.

    Consensus

  • What has happened is in the case of "ageplay," the media covered the sensation of the story, and law enforcers felt they had to take a look, they asked some questions, they poked around but they didn't launch any kind of full-scale investigation that we can tell let alone prosecute anyone.

    Consensus

  • Nobody got to articulate and vote on in any fashion on any "ageplay" policy.

    Beware the tyranny of the majority - SLOG

  • No. 1: protest the witch-hunting that has already begun against me for my views on this matter, attempting to trump up an "ageplay" case on my tenant false:

    Beware the tyranny of the majority - SLOG

  • The SL Insider took a very liberal stance on "ageplay" with both Tateru and Aimee filing pieces urging a very liberal interpretation of the matter.

    Beware the tyranny of the majority - SLOG

  • No. 4, could you please reflect a little bit more on where you think this majority -- or minority for that matter -- lobbying against "ageplay" is coming from?

    Beware the tyranny of the majority - SLOG

  • See how cunningly -- and indeed with sinister subtley -- Marianne McCann has made the case for legalizing "ageplay" here, all wrapped up in a context where the brainless twits like Abby can keep screeching that her friend is terribly misunderstood, awfully interest, and being victimized by evil Prokofy.

    Second Thoughts

  • And why Marianne McCann, who had to tell us a million times how her avatars was not involved in "ageplay," which is code terminology for "child pornography performed by adults wearing child avatars in virtual worlds", is out there dancing with the phalluses which surfaced in the WA within minutes of the continent being opened to the public.

    Second Thoughts

  • As I keep pointing out, one of the things the "ageplay" lobby always does is push and push and push, subtly, cunningly, or agressively, fiercely as the time demands it.

    Second Thoughts

  • I'm not obsessive enough to track everything they've done; some of their biggest moves, such as against "ageplay," were policies, not code, but at least they could invoke the policy by tying it to the "broadly offensive" category.

    World of SL

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