Age Sliding

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
age sliding (v.)
Other formsage slider (n.)
Synonymsage shifting
Applies toheadmates
OriginPsychiatric term

Age sliding is when the age that a headmate feels or behaves as changes over time. Some age sliders have a static age that they slide up or down from, and others do not. Age sliders will often have a specific range that they slide between and can be large or small.[1][2]

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Big, middle, little, and syskid are common age-related terms, which are frequently the age ranges that a headmate may slide between.

Age regression is the experience of reverting to a younger age, but is not inherently a plural experience.

Agehazy is a term that some age sliders may identify with.

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