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A '''sibling''' is a [[brother]] or [[sister]]. The term ''sibling'' is used whenever the sex of the person is unknown in the current context or does not matter.
A '''Sibling''' is some that you share [[parent]]s with, like a [[brother]] or [[sister]].
 
   
''Half-sibling'' are siblings that only share one biological parent with.
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*''Full-siblings'' share both biological [[parent]]s.
   
''Step-sibling'' share a parent via their biological parent marries the other's parent.
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*''Half-siblings'' are siblings who share only one biological parent.
   
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*''Step-siblings'' share a parent via the marriage of the parent of one to the parent of the other, or via adoption, but have no biological relationship.
In an [[ageplay]] context siblings are ageplaying [[Bottom (BDSM)|bottoms]] and [[[[switch (BDSM)|switches]] that share the same [[Guardian]].
 
   
== See also ==
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== Siblings roles in ageplay ==
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[[Parent]]
 
 
In an [[ageplay]] context, siblings are often ageplaying [[Bottom (BDSM)|bottoms]] and/or [[switch (BDSM)|switches]] who share the same [[guardian]] or other authority figure.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 22:06, 12 June 2006

A sibling is a brother or sister. The term sibling is used whenever the sex of the person is unknown in the current context or does not matter.

  • Full-siblings share both biological parents.
  • Half-siblings are siblings who share only one biological parent.
  • Step-siblings share a parent via the marriage of the parent of one to the parent of the other, or via adoption, but have no biological relationship.

Siblings roles in ageplay[edit]

In an ageplay context, siblings are often ageplaying bottoms and/or switches who share the same guardian or other authority figure.