We may have to disagree on the way you answered the first question. The word justification exists for many reasons, including to describe (quoting the second definition provided by Merrian Webster) “acceptable reason for doing something”.
Logically, being a Little means having to externalize in one way or another Little feelings and mannerisms. Therefore, those actions must have, by definition, some justification (it being that the person carrying out is indeed a Little), and by extension of that logic, acting and being a Little has justification.
Indeed, the use of the word justification implies questioning, and can come off aggressive in tone. We are not looking for people to justify their beings. We are looking for answers as to why people personally feel they have valid reasons as to why they are what they are—to translate thoughts and feelings into words, and give a glimpse into other people’s hearts and minds.
As a side argument, we would not like to propagate the idea that everything and anything could go without justification. If, as humans, we follow this line of thought “I have the right to be whoever and whatever I want, and I don't need anybody's permission or approval to be or feel any certain way”, then society as a whole loses in social norms. Society has many flaws, but one of its successes we would consider is to understand ethics in such a granular level that such a concept as “common sense” exists. That’s why institutions, systems, exist. With the basic acceptance that any person could literally do and be whatever they wish to be, but to keep the fabric of society individuals must conform to certain spoken and unspoken rules. Otherwise, any regular person (that does not have any reason to deviate from the norm) could, say, choose to be a criminal, even when that goes against the interest of the many. For no other reason than to exercise their right to do whatever they want.
So, at what point should people not need to justify what they are? Should people reserve the right to remain silent unless they break X norm that leads to Y consequence and loss of a right? Blah blah blah, this is an ethics discussion! Apologies for the deviation.
Anyway. To be more on point and add background as to why we wish to have these questions answered.
Truth by definition is the strongest truth. If we, as a lovey community of people that partake in Littlespace, are able to define what makes the community what it is by defining what it is, with concrete and immutable terms and reasons, we reach a level of strength that is not bound by any single one of the members.
The community gains value with each thought that solidified the idea that Littlespace is something that is genuinely experienced by genuine individuals, and that these feelings can be rationalized and be communicated in terms that anybody can understand. Personal accounts are very valuable because, in the end, it is the joys and experiences that the members experience that are what most matter. In the end, it will be yourself who gains from knowing who and what you are. The more tools you have in your belt to self-exploration, the higher you can transcend, in our opinion.
We must thank you for your time and discussion. We enjoy discussion very much! Fee free to deconstruct our arguments and help the community progress and grow!