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  1. I have experienced one accidental discharge- mine was a cap-and-ball replica and luckily it only hurt my pride. Hopefully you have learned the lesson why you treat every gun as if it is loaded, no exceptions allowed ever Also like you I wasn't seeking sex at that age, My one experience wasn't what I'd expected and it wasn't important to me anyway. Later on in life I discovered why, but really there's nothing to fear about this. We all stumble when we begin a new path so if you want to go there just do it and maybe ask advice from someone with more experience on how to go forward. Speaking with a counselor or therapist might help you get through this. You don't yet see how this world works and that kind of wisdom only comes with time and personal experience. I was in my late 30's before I got my head straight and now I see where I should have done that sooner. Yoiu can have the life you want but you have to make it happen- it will not happen otherwise. Life can be good bit only if you live it :). Bettypooh
  2. One can be an advocate for others, which in this case I'm all for. Could we use the spaces? I don't see why not as long as it's not infringing in those with a physical need. What we shouldn't do here is push our own agendas on these folks We can (and should) support them for their own sake with care and compassion. Bettypooh
  3. Definitely the above. Leakage can be a symptom of a more serious problem or it can just be OAB, a weak sphincter, or other things which you may not need or want to have treated. You can't make good decisions with bad info or no info so get to the Doctor and get that knowledge Bettypooh
  4. Best answer for sure Needing diapers has it's drawbacks but if it is right for you then nothing else will do And as can be seen here for many people it IS right for us, drawbacks and all Doing your own thing is what life is all about, so go on and live it the way you want to Bettypooh
  5. Just get used to it and it's costs which aren't cheap I used pads at work for the days where I didn't feel 'leaky' but after a few times of deciding that incorrectly I just began always wearing.diapers as a more certain solution. No real problems with that even several years later though I'm sure others have noticed That includes some serious leaks, the noise of plastic, and the odors (which are my only regret). Just do what you want- you'll figure out whet is right for you in time Bettypooh
  6. The winning answer Add to the convo that it is uncomfortable and unreliable so you wear diapers too and prefer them as a solution. A remocable soaker can extend a diaper's use-time and is smaller to pack and dispose of as well Vacuum packing may also help with the logistics. Just one of the issues you deal with somehow when you wear diapers Bettypooh
  7. My solution was simple- I just began wearing diapers 24/7 and let nature and fate take over from there. I still have some control but not much and not for long but I rarely use it. As rime passed it dawned on me that as long as I'm diapered the rest doesn't matter, and that if I'm diapered as well as I like being then there's no point in having control since it's no longer needed So for me anyway, I need to wear diapers more than I need to be incontinent, but that has also come as something of a package deal and I'm quite OK with that. Bettypooh
  8. Once in a blue moon I'll get the urge to wear undies again, but only for a short while. It just doesn't feel right without bulk down there. I kept most of the clothes from my stopped transition as a way to better cope with it; that possibility still exists and that door isn't closed as long as it's possible. That includes undies and all the rest. Yet if I should ever pick up were I left off, diapers will go with me there Bettypooh
  9. Yes, you can get rid of those in the "Trading Post" forums but there's a legal issue involved as in many places, a scrip is required to purchase these so you will need to state that a scrip is required in your offer. After that whatever happens in private is not our problem Bettypooh
  10. From my loose estimates you guys are outnumbered by MTF's around 300-400 to 1 But don't feel alone because you're not- there are lots of special folks like you on similar journeys and there's several places online just for you. One was once my partner and I still miss him. Bettypooh
  11. It's all about context and definition. Legally, urinary incontinence isn't a disability alone, while fecal incontinence could be in a workplace setting. That would be more likely dealt with as an occupational issue with a person given training to work in a similar field where it wasn't a problem if that was possible. Employers must reasonably accommodate your incontinence needs but if that is not possible they can't be held liable for that (such as production line work or ticket-taking at events where you can't leave your position). So the context makes a difference, as does the legal definition of the word 'disability' which has been pretty concisely defined by now and does not include urinary incontinence. On a personal level it can be somewhat disabling though most of that is in how you see things. Before I began wearing 24/7 I had to take frequent bathroom breaks- some days that was every 5-10 minutes. That was somewhat disabling, but now that I don;t have to stop to pee I'm more enabled than before. And I don't have to worry about visible wetting either which has reduced my stress levels and social worries greatly too. So for that part, context alone matters and the definition can be whatever you make it. If you are incontinent you do have some legal protections, but you are not disabled per-se Bettypooh
  12. Wearing no, but changes to your urinating habits can. I still have some control when I want it, but not a lot and not for long. Since I went to 24/7 wearing many years ago I simply start peeing whenever I have to so that is what my body now normally does and most of the time I don't even notice it happening, I just notice that my diaper is getting wetter as time passes. The occasional uncontrollable leakage that got me started wearing diapers is still present but now I don't need to stop it so I rarely notice that either. Bettypooh
  13. I operate on a need-to-know basis mostly.. Only those who will see my diapers need to know, so that's only who I tell And I'm always ready with an answer should there be any unplanned discovery Of recent times I changed main employers and was placed into a situation where I was stuck in an empty apartment with a new co-worker for a few nights, living out of my suitcase. I wear plastic-backed diapers so the noise was probably all too evident as we were working close proximity together but nothing was said. Not so tough finding times and places to change but disposal took some careful planning and execution Wearing diapers is only the issue you allow it to be. If you have friends or relatives who wouldn't deal with it well then you have a relationship problem, not a diaper problem. In this day and age, anyone other than a small child knows something of incontinence and adults who wear diapers because of advertising so they should understand. If they don't understand then you don't need that kind of person in your life whether you're diapered or not. Bettypooh
  14. There are a small but significant number of people who took steps mentally to become incontinent, actually achieved that goal, then later on decided to end it only to discover they could not. Muscles can atrophy through disuse so completely that normal strength can't ever be regained. The subconscious can hold onto a concept so strongly that it cannot be overcome or changed in a conscious or sometimes even an unconscious state.And one's original ability to control ones sphincter's play a part here too; ig you began with minimal control then losing even a small part of that could render you incontinent. I've seen it happen here on DD. I've spoken with licensed Doctors.who have seen it. Ditto licensed Psychiatrists. While not common, it DOES happen.and because of that, one needs to be absolutely certain that incontinence forever is what they want before they begin to travel any path which could take them there. For those who disbelieve me it is incimbent on you to look intio the matter yourself- I am not obligated to provide you proofs, and even if I did you would always doubt their veracity until you checked them out yourself. So since that has to happen anyway the time for it is now, And don't come here sating somebody is wrong unless you can prove that which means you have to do that research to get that data, and when you do you will discover that what I've said is true and that there are some people who were never able to regain bladder control after intentionally losing it.. Bettypooh
  15. Cloth (which I rarely wear now) I can't get right unless I'm laying down. Disposables I do standing up. Bettypooh