Disability Fetish?

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I like people with Asperger's in diapers. That turns me on and there is something about them wearing them I like. Maybe because I have it too, I dunno. But it turns me on. But for some reason people with ADD don't turn me on, nor people with anxiety disorder NOS nor people with learning difficulties NOS and I have the rest of these as well.

Anyone else here with this sort of fetish? Do any types of people with disabilities in diapers turn you on?

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That's a bit generalised to say that, as I got aspergers syndrome, and not everyone with aspergers syndrome looks and acts the same. As there's various levels of people with aspergers, some people you don't notice it at all, some people with it act like they are really autistic.

And not all of them are attractive.

I know some really attractive people with it and also some downright fugly people with it also.

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Good answer, Lightning.

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i also got aspergers and i look fairly "normal"

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Yes I know they look normal. I have met and seen other aspies online who have it too and also happened to have the same fetish and it make me feel horny inside. Even my ex was an aspie and even though he wasn't very handsome, I still got turned on. But he was a judgmental ignorant narrow minded racist jerk.

If someone at one of my autism groups were to announce they have a diaper fetish, it would turn me on. One of them there actually told me sometimes he would like to just wear a diaper so he won't have to get up to go to the bathroom. Of course he doesn't actually wear them, he told me he would like to do that because he doesn't always want to get up to use the bathroom. I had my chance to tell him about my fetish but I was unsure to. If he said he actually does it, it would have turned me on. It's this feeling I get inside me about it that feels like a turn on.

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I like to pretend I have a disability, (severe Autism). I like rocking and wearing my helmet with just my nappy on.....

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I have Aspergers Syndrome, Dyscalculia, Epilepsy, Mild Dyslexia, Reactive Depreshion, Traits of Classic Autisim, Mild Developmental Delay (mental age is 20 instead of 24), Dysgraphis and mild Dyspraxia. Best bit im an Adult Baby, and having given it serious thought for 5 years im currently following "The 12 Month Diaper Training Program" to train myself tobe fully incontinent. I wear 24/7.

I like computers and am hoping to persue a carear at Microsoft but first I will have to move to Birmingham in September for spechilist help with my maths. As for computers im already counting in binary, hex and octal, guess that shows were my geek status stands on computing lol.

I also like Music and can play keybord and piano, I am a qualified muscian as I took a corse once in music for a year.

Im a big fan of Star Trek and have the entire video collection, wich I hope to sell at a star trek convention in America.

Im also big on the sciences, Quantum Mechanics, Meteoligy, Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry, Physics, Particle Physics you name it I got it down. Well the concepts anyway, I do all the maths on a calculater hehe.

And then there is Electronics, from Resistors to Metal Oxide Feild Effect Transistors and Electolytic Capacitors its one of my philosiphys. Why pay for something if you can build it yourself, and that includes general DIY. Got to fix my mums toster today lol probibly just needs a new relay or 555 chip.

I live in the UK Dorset Bournemouth, Im an outgoing, non sexual, warm harted, caring sort of guy just looking for a companion in life, not for a relationship though, more fore company. I currently live with my mum but you see thats ging to be changing very soon, this september in fact. I will be of to Birmingham and living on my own.

Thats all well and good I dont mind being on my own but after a while it can get very dull, I guess you could say im scared of being lonly, it reminds me of the times the so called father locked me in the basment in pitch black for the entire day till my mum came home.

So what about yourself Spokane Girl now that you know a bit about me what about yourself ?

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I wonder what happened to my post and a couple of others' in this thread.

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I just found out that I have aspergers (i'm 29 too)

well, ok it hasn't been diagnosed but from everything, its so highly likely its not even funny. I knew a kid with it pretty bad and he did look strang. I do look normal but I don't always act like it.

I pretty much sound like yojojo up there, I'm a computer tech, I love electronics, replacing capicators on motherboards and power jacks on laptops.

I'm also a huge trekkie.And love science and programming

only difference is i'm an extreme introvert, and hate being around people.

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I wonder what happened to my post and a couple of others' in this thread.

During the time between the starting of this thread and a short while ago, some data was lost in an attack against this website :bash: and any posts made during that time may have been irretrievably lost :Crylol: We apologize for that and we recovered and reposted what data we could- feel free to repost lost posts.

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yojojo12 are you by any chance are you aka as sheldon? :lol: :lol: sorry i just had to ask as for the toaster dont give it artificial intelligence otherwise you will end up with

:roflmao: i know a number of adult babies that have AS i've even meet one and took him to the adult baby club in london where he became a regular he fitted in well oh and i live about 6 miles away from microsoft's uk HQ theres a large

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I used to work in a home for people that had learning disabilities, all of them were incontinent and wore nappies 24/7. A few of them were really autistic and would just wander about making funny noises and peeing and pooping in the diapers. It made me jealous that they could do that and someone would always clean them up afterwards.

I like pretending to be like this and although being with them wasn't a turn on, I get really turned on while doing the same as them. I'd love to act like retard and have a carer look after me and change me, get me dressed, feed me etc.

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This discussion caught my eye because I have cerebral palsy and use diapers for bladder control issues caused by it. Odd I should become a DL, but I have.

Some have found my disability interesting or attractive to them, especially the way I walk. I've met a few who like a women in diapers, but the disability I have has been a turn off to them. Those who were attracted to me as a disabled woman (they are called devotees), have found that my need for diapers is gross or that my being a DL is ultra weird. Guess I'm unique. Either way, just trying to be accepted and enjoy life.

Julie

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Julie....I'm not coming on to you so don't run away!! LOL.

Anyway I dated a girl in highschool who had cerebral palsy. It didn't last....what can I say....we were young. However I remain close friends with her today. I never really saw her disability....as a disability if you catch my drift. We had alot of fun together and even though I wore diapers, she wasn't judgemental or demeaning in any way.

Sometimes I sure miss her. We don't live in the same town anymore.......

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i found out this year i have aspergers.i been likeing nappies since i was 4years old. i look normal and act normal most of time. but my like for nappies, wearing and using them and having them changed by females is so strong that i sorry to say i have self hospitalised myself many times during self harming, drunkeness and overdoses. and had nurses changed my pee and messy nappies. i had been seen by psychiatrists and later diagnosed with aspergers.. and would like to be cared for full time.

the proper diagnosis has helped me to understand myself better now that i am 32.and the helth professionals dont get mad with me when i do those things they only help with no judging and i fight this craving hard sometimes especially when i get panic attacks and self destructive.

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I like pretending to be physically disabled, a paraplegic or quadriplegic (preferably) and having to be cared for 24/7 and having my nappy changed and being fed and dressed by someone.

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This is strange as I thought I was alone in the world with this,wanting to pretend to be disabled and to need diapers

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there's quite a few of us as I have recently found!

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I like to pretend to be disabled and incontinent.

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Yup, me too! Casts, wheelchair...

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This discussion caught my eye because I have cerebral palsy and use diapers for bladder control issues caused by it. Odd I should become a DL, but I have.

Some have found my disability interesting or attractive to them, especially the way I walk. I've met a few who like a women in diapers, but the disability I have has been a turn off to them. Those who were attracted to me as a disabled woman (they are called devotees), have found that my need for diapers is gross or that my being a DL is ultra weird. Guess I'm unique. Either way, just trying to be accepted and enjoy life.

Julie

Hi Julie your not alone here I also have Cerebral Palsy and my story is the same but I am a male LOL

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yojojo12 are you by any chance are you aka as sheldon? :lol::lol: sorry i just had to ask as for the toaster dont give it artificial intelligence otherwise you will end up with

:roflmao: i know a number of adult babies that have AS i've even meet one and took him to the adult baby club in london where he became a regular he fitted in well oh and i live about 6 miles away from microsoft's uk HQ theres a large

Though I have changed my used name due to privacy concerns I am much like Sheldon from the Big Bang Theroy. My field of study is Computer Science and Hardware Engineering. I do have learning difficulties though which can be viewed through my difficulties in spelling words correctly at times, poor grammer and difficulty with simple maths. However I like things to be orginised to detail down to the database so everything is automated.

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Indeed!  I have had these types of fetishes for the LONGEST time, but have always been hesitant to speak of them, even online.  I am always afraid of offending someone or being labeled a troll, but I actually find my disability paraphilia to be just as intense a fetish as my diaper fetish.  In fact, if you stop and think about it, they overlap quite a bit.  All the pieces are there- diapers, being treated in a nurturing, special fashion, and the various types of medical equipment (too many to list here) that I enjoy.  I do realize that many people with special needs DON'T wear diapers, but in my fantasies, I always do!  I can especially relate to what Paragirl123 ^ ^ said.  It would be the same for me, and this is a fantasy I indulge in at least twice per day (at bedtime and when I awake in the morning.)  I also write a lot of stories based on my fantasies, some of them running hundreds of pages long (and counting.) 

It is both a blessing and a curse, I believe, to derive such enjoyment from something so relatively harmless, but so seldom understood.  I would like to thank Spokane Girl for starting this thread, even if it was three years ago.  I am a new member and just saw it.  Thanks to everyone else who shared that they experienced these desires as well.  You all are definitely NOT alone!

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I do think there is a difference in getting off on someone's disability and getting off on someone. Like a man may get turned on seeing his girlfriend in diapers and changing her but she is incontinent. But he is turned on by the diaper and changing her, not her medical condition. But the IC person may feel the man is getting off on their medical condition and some IC women may not mind it because it's better than them being disgusted by it. I think just as long as the person likes you for you and like other parts about you and enjoy being with you, it shouldn't be a problem if they get turned on by the thought of aspie in diapers, same goes for other disabilities too. A man may be turned on by women acting childish so he meets a woman and she acts childish and it gets caused by her mental illness or autism or trauma. If someone is turned on by medical equipment and then they met someone who happened to have to use a wheelchair or something, he may be turned on by his girlfriend being in one.

 

I can see why someone would be too nervous to be honest with their partner about how something about them turns them on because they are afraid they will get the wrong impression and assume the worst. But I think just as along as they are dating you because of you not because of your chair or autism or whatsoever, it's fine. But it would be creepy if someone came up to you and said "hey you wear diapers, I like women in diapers, wanna go to a movie with me?" "Oh I love aspies in diapers and I just found out you are also a diaper lover and have autism, do you want to go out sometime?" I am sure that would creep the person out because I am only seeing them for their disability than them as a person. Instead it should be getting to know them as a person first and see if you are compatible and if things work out. That is what everyone does. We all have sexual attractions like some men like flat butts or women with curvy hips or blonde haired girls or some women like men who are muscular or tall so what do we do? We get to know them and we talk to them and know their interests and all and see if we are compatible. We don't tell them "Hey nice butt, want to go to a movie with me. I like girls with butts that aren't flat." I am sure that will go well, not.

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For me it is not so much an attraction to people with disabilities, but rather an intense desire to pretend/fantasize that I, myself, am disabled.  While I have several psychiatric diagnoses, I don't have anything as exotic as Asperger's or ADHD.  My issues are more anxiety-based, including social phobia, and perhaps are a part of the reason I experience such a deep need to be cared for, loved, and protected.  I suppose the fetishes are just an outward, tangible expression of these desires, but they can still be a lot of fun, although isolating in the real world (especially since I constantly worry about offending people if they knew about them.)

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