'm changing DD/lg / MD/lb to Caregiver/little, as it is a better umbrella term.
Also: is there any way we can include Master(Mistress)/slave or is that too wordy?
Wouldn't Deity/priest(ess) and God(dess)/worshiper fall under the same category? Is Pack really Power Exchange? I know Packs that are more like families, so I'm wondering if Pack is usually a PE thing, or if it should be listed as non-PE.
- I know you mean well, but at some point you're going to have to realize that there are 20 different opinions on any one of these items; and the whole reason wikipedia works is because it's supported by citations to external sources. You say "person A says this  however person B says this ". And that's how you can get anything done at all amongst people with biases and opinions.
- But you would rather do this project without any citations at all. That is a conscious move on your part (you, Admin, everyone else) to de-anchor the wiki from anything objective or verifiable. The purpose of that, naturally, is to make it simpler to put up any random lie or bigoted remark that Admin wants. It's hard not to see that as a deliberate choice to facilitate lying. On the other hand, maybe Admin is just very, very bad at understanding how documents and facts work. 05:54, 18 March 2014 (UTC)
- Here's an idea: why don't YOU go find the (non-Fetlife, non-tumblr, well-reputed) citations and start listing them in a talk chat so pages on these things can be better fleshed out? I think all of us are sick and tired of people who would rather wag tongues than be helpful, especially those who wipe pages instead of fixing the offending content. Or, GASP, start writing pages yourself? Gee, what an absolutely mind-blowing idea, this being helpful shit.
http://domimatrix.tumblr.com/post/63794799886 ^ Someone's made a beautiful layout as to how DD/lg and Caregiver/little fit in to the BDSM umbrella.
--- Citations ---
On Caregiver/little: http://a-littles-black-book.tumblr.com/post/63503352822
Types of Daddies/what is a Daddy Dom: http://www.fearlesspress.com/2013/11/10/types-of-daddies-exploring-age-play-archetypes-part-two-by-daddy-vinnie/
In need of: Types of Mommies; other examples of Caregiver/little such as Mommy Dom/children and Daddy Dom/little boy; articles by educators; print sources; non-Tumblr sources*
- because I haaaaate using tumblr as a source, it changes too damn often