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  1. Watching rugrats in diapers with pacifiers

    Wonder where they got their playpen from. It would be fun to have one of those
  2. Diapers represented at Pride

    I edited my post to better portray the message I was going for. It sounded like I was against ABDL being a part of pride. That's not how I feel, I agree with what you have to say here and you are very well-spoken might I add . Of course ABDL is something that deserves pride, validation and inclusion. It's just not the same as being LGBT, a person of colour or a person with a disability.
  3. I've matured so much since I began exploration into this part of my life nearly 10 years ago. I'm finally starting to become the person I yearned to be back then.

  4. Feeling good and very self-actualized today. One of the most important things to living a happy life with this fetish is acceptance. The second you decide to accept that it's a part of you that won't change or go away is the second you can stop spending precious energy on feeling ashamed and beating yourself up.

  5. Diapers represented at Pride

    Did some further poking around and now I'm really mad. Check this out. Ugghhh...just...why?!!! Why do they feel the need to push this fetish on the un-expecting public? The thought of having kids exposed to ABDL items on display, seeing adults wearing them and partaking in a dance supporting it gives me a very bad feeling. That's akin to having sex toys on display and encouraging kids to inspect them. Just...yuck. There's a time and place for that sort of stuff and it's NOT at a place where kids are allowed. Perhaps maybe having an appearance along with the leather pride folks in the parade and only displaying non-explict images of the ageplay pride flag, having pamphlets with information on community resources like fetlife, information on meetups and munches, websites about accepting infantilism, mental health resources, are you an ABDL type surveys, domestic violence and abuse support groups, safer sex supplies, etc at their booth would be much more acceptable. You don't see the lifestyle folks displaying their restraints and floggers, nor do you see them having open spankings or demos at the pride festival. I'm not saying that ABDL shouldn't be a part of pride, I'm just saying that proper boundaries need to be put in place and intentions behind why a person would want to be involved need to be explored. I'm quite a big fan of education and awareness but it's the intent behind it that matters and I feel like this guy's intentions are in bad taste and are very self-serving. If I were to be involved, I would be focused not on educating the public but rather reaching out those who have the desires and don't even know that this is a thing and make them aware of events they may enjoy attending and to those who may be struggling with shame and mental health issues and helping them to access support and community. I'd also want to reach out to those who are already involved in the community and educate them about issues they may be facing such as safer sex, relationships, health issues related to diaper wearing, mental health etc.That brings up a whole 'nother topic. It would be lovely to see some professional, sex-positive resources that focus on or at least mention this fetish cos not much of that exists. There's a lot of crowd-sourced info, sure and there are professional supports and resources for those into BDSM but I've yet to come across anything for ABDL and ageplay. As well, I don't want anyone besides my friends who are also into this to know about it. I'm very private about this aspect of my life and I want it to stay that way! I work with kids and vulnerable people and if anyone I work with were to find out about this, it could destroy my career which is my primary sense of purpose in life. If I was there, I probably would have had a panic attack. Shit like this makes me feel ashamed that I like diapers and AB stuff. I reported his event and page to Facebook.
  6. Diapers represented at Pride

    I really don't like how some people compare their fetishes to being LGBT and how they try to push that message at pride events. Fetishes are NOT the same thing as sexual orientation or gender identity and I feel like it's disrespectful to equivocate them to that. You don't go around every day with the fear of getting bullied or beaten up because you like diapers. You're not legally denied the right to marry the person you love or in some parts of the world, subjected to the death penalty because you have a desire to wear diapers for enjoyment. You don't have to go through costly, invasive, potentially risky surgeries and be on expensive meds for the rest of you life because you like to act like an infant. You don't potentially get denied a job on the basis of your private diaper-wearing activities. Well if you do, I hate to say it but you're doing something incredibly wrong. And don't try to bring up the whole incontinence argument either. That's a disability and ABDL is NOT a disability. I can choose to take my diaper off whenever I want to with no negative consequences but I can't ditch my cane or stop taking my meds without risking serious injury or health problems. That doesn't mean however that ABDL doesn't deserve pride and isn't something that can cause difficulty in a person's life, it's just not the same as being LGBT or disabled. As well, far as I'm concerned, "adult only" content doesn't belong at events such as the street festival and the parade that take place in public community spaces. I don't go around dressed as a baby pissing in a diaper at my nannying job so why should it be appropriate for that sort of behaviour to be allowed at an event those kids could potentially be attending? Now a pride-related play party or an event happening at a bar or other adult only venue, that's a whole different story.
  7. Selling off some extras from mine and my buddy's collection. Feel free to make an offer Depends: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/172842899881?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Goodnites: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/172842900747?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  8. For the 90s babies out there. These are the nursers with the disposable liners, flat-top latex nipple and the flat lid with a flower on top. The first set is complete, the second one is missing it's nipple. Feel free to make an offer. I won't turn down reasonable ones. http://www.ebay.ca/itm/172822542303?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 http://www.ebay.ca/itm/172822545745?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  9. The sense of floating sounds like it may be what's called "dissociation", a feeling of being detached from your body. Not all that uncommon with depression and personality disorders. I experience it on occasion myself. I find that grounding exercises can help bring me to the present moment and help my brain find it's way back to my body so to say. My favourite ones are progressive muscle relaxation and the "5 things" exercise. The fact that you're losing your sense of balance and orientation, the ringing ears, stuffiness in your chest and headaches concerns me a bit. I'd for sure run that by your therapist and potentially get yourself checked out by a doctor. Are these regular symptoms for you or are they something that have recently developed?
  10. Diapers are contoling me

    DJing, hey? If you ever wanna chat about that, feel free to PM me. I've been a mobile DJ for around 7 years now
  11. Vintage nuk bottle nipples

    Great, thanks. I'll ship them out within the next couple of weeks
  12. In regards to generalized fear and anxiety, this may be helpful https://www.7cups.com/anxiety-help/
  13. What if I use ice

    This sounds like a risky idea, you could potentially end up giving yourself frostbite. If you decide to go ahead with the ice, use a contained ice pack not individual cubes, don't put it directly on your skin (have a towel or washcloth between the pack and your skin) and don't leave it on there for longer than 20 minutes at a time.
  14. It sounds like you may be experiencing some anxiety and I'm getting the impression that it's causing you a great deal of distress. I think it would be a good idea to talk to someone in person about this. Strangers on an internet forum can only go so far. I don't think we're equipped to give you the sort of support you're seeking to work past the issues you're dealing with. Good luck and hope that you feel better soon.