The age play community is one of the ones I look in-depth at, and of course the topic of sissies comes up there. While I'm in the process of finalizing the whole report and turning it in in just a couple days, it did make me think about a lot of things.
As such, I came up with a few questions I thought I'd ask here and see what others think the answers may be. Some of them I'm pretty sure I know the answer to (I've been around since the 90s when I was a teen), but others, I'm honestly curious about.
As a trans girl (but still a girl), some of these questions come naturally from that, while others come from the research itself.
So, without further ado, here are the questions.
How would you define what exactly a sissy is?
How does a sissy boy/girl differ from a guy whose little identity is that of a girl?
Can girls be sissies, or are they just considered girls?
Why do we rarely (if ever) hear about tomboys as identities?
If a woman identifies her little self as a boy, would she be considered a baby boy by others, or just a tomboy?
Is there some kind of "hypermasculine" equivalent to the sissy role within age play?
How would you say that someone being trans in their "big boy/girl" identity affects their little identities (e.g., is a trans woman automatically a sissy, or just a girl, can a trans guy be a sissy, etc.)?