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Midwest Babygirl

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  1. Binkie Princess written up

    Ugh, I can't stand her. I had no idea who she was until she literally showed up overnight in ABDL circles with a sponsorship from Onsies Downunder, and she was just suddenly everywhere. She used to be all over the kitten-play scene, and made that community look bad by appearing on Tosh.0 and making a fool of herself (it's probably still on Youtube if anyone wants to see how awful that was). The kitten-play community pretty much ran her out of town for that stunt so she found ABDL, put on diaper, and instantly dropped all association with kitten stuff, justifying it as "people grow and change and I'm still figuring out who I am." I gave her a chance and followed her on tumblr and Twitter for a bit, but she is absolutely toxic to her own fans. If anyone dares to question her, she is just mean and nasty to them. She's even rude to people who adore her, for that matter. Last I paid any attention to her, she was getting into puppy-play after her diaper porn site failed to bring in much revenue (again, "this is who I am and people change and eff you if you don't like that!"). I honestly think she's just trying to build a portfolio as a fetish model because any time her interests change, she does everything she can to be as visible as possible and become the face of that community. The only reason she hasn't gone fully into puppy-play is because she's still getting interviews and TV appearances as an ABDL model. I would say take every public appearance from her with a grain of salt, because while she may have a genuine interest in being an adult baby, her primary goal is to get herself out there as much as she can.
  2. Health and ABDL

    Anxiety and PTSD from an abusive marriage.
  3. How much do you wear diapers in front of significant others?

    Always. I'm 24/7 because of medical reasons now, but I used to only wear if she brought it up and said I could because having someone accepting was too good to be true and I didn't want to ruin that by wearing diapers "too much."
  4. Newly incontinent/ good working environments

    I'm not saying OP can't or shouldn't wear diapers. I was an AB long before I became incontinent, so people can wear all the diapers they want in my opinion. I'm just saying that since OP isn't experiencing total loss of everything in his bladder at once, pullups would be a good place to start wearing on the job. It sounded like diapers might be overkill in how he described his leaks at first, but since I can't relate to his situation about the problems caused by being "gifted" in certain aspects, I'll take his word for it that his situation causes some problems. As for skirts vs pants, when I have to stand to change my diapers, like in a bathroom stall, I still find it easier to do if I take my pants off for it, so that step is part of my process either way. But I'm also clumsy and less likely to trip over my pants bunched up around my ankles if I'm not wearing them. Also, I worry more about wearing diapers under a dress or skirt than pullups, because if the tapes come undone or get stretched too much from prolonged wear, they can fall right off with no pants to keep them in place. It has happened and I've had to dash to the nearest ladies room holding my diaper in place on one side. Leaks are going to happen no matter what you're wearing, honestly. Especially at work when you're moving around more than you would at home and causing your diaper to shift and stretch (and squish if you're often going from standing to sitting several times a day like in an office job), since unless you can get the premium brands all the time, diaper manufacturers assume that adults who need diapers have limited mobility. For that reason, I've had more struggles trying to find a reliable workplace diaper than pullups, though Tenas are my preferred for that. I completely agree that finding the right product is a frustrating case of trial-and-error.
  5. Newly incontinent/ good working environments

    For starters, your employer not only doesn't need to know, you aren't obligated to tell them because you have a right to medical privacy. You could let them know that you may need more frequent or extended bathroom breaks due to your injuries and leave it at that. They might want a doctor's note, but they won't need specifics (such as anything saying that you'll be changing your diapers - that's none of their business). I've been incontinent while working in a prison while also part-time at a retail store and a fast-food restaurant, and then while working in a cubicle-style office environment (data entry, but it was the same setup as when I worked at a call center years ago). It sounds to me like you'd be fine in adult pullups instead of full diapers, but I've worn both types to work and never notified my supervisors of it. Pullups are also easier to change in bathroom stalls because you don't have a lot of room in there, plus there's no tell-tale sounds like taping up or removing the tapes, so keep that in mind if you're concerned about being discreet. They're also faster to change, which means you won't have to worry so much about taking too long of a break; additionally, they're smaller so it's easier to carry spares in something that doesn't look like a diaper bag (I can fit mine in my purse and my laptop bag). Ultimately, incontinence doesn't directly affect your job performance in most professions, so it's not a huge deal.
  6. Tape Diapers vs Pull-Ups

    While I do prefer tape-up diapers, they're not as easy to change on my own because of my back problems and my fiancee's not always up to changing me because of her own aches and pains, or just being busy with other things that need taking care of. Also, pullups are easier to find in terms of brand variety in stores and that's good since I'm only bladder incontinent. They're also less bulky, you tend to get more in a pack than with regular diapers (which is good if you're on a tight budget), and they're just more practical for daily wear and use because I can usually make it to the potty without wetting so much that I need changed for awhile. I just found a few packs of Tranquility pullups at a store today and they are fantastic (I also love their diapers and buy some whenever I can).
  7. Doctors today

    UTIs are simple enough to diagnose and treat that someone will see their GP rather than a urologist, so it isn't about ensuring repeat "business." The general line of thinking is that not having to rely on diapers or pads helps a patient's self-esteem, since adult diapers tend to be specifically advertised as being for the elderly. Doctors think that wearing diapers will make people feel like they've lost a part of themselves because they are "too young" for them, which will lead to depression and associated health risks that come with that. They believe catheters empower people by letting them still have some degree of control over their situation. That has more to do with perception than profits. Some companies have been trying to change how they market diapers to adults, but they built decades of stigma that they have to try and overcome now.
  8. See also: major sporting events, concerts, and conventions. People don't want to miss things by standing in line at the restrooms for hours. Every year where I live, there's always a shortage of diapers at the stores during Comic-con.
  9. Incon question

    I've never been formally tested for incontinence. The first time was after I had abdominal surgery. I had a colostomy for a little over a year, and when they reversed it I was totally bowel incontinent for awhile, which they said would be normal. I also wound up bladder incontinent because they put stents in the tubes between my bladder and kidneys for surgery, and the urologist messed something up (I had intense pain in my kidneys but they told me it wasn't the stents even though it had to be). They didn't take the stents out for almost two weeks, and while my bowel control came back (mostly) after awhile, I went from totally bladder incontinent to mild leaks because I don't ever get the sensation that I have to pee anymore until it's a sudden, severe urgency. They told me at the time that it was probably caused by stress since I was going through a nasty divorce. Then a couple of years ago, I had a back injury with nerve damage that made my ability to hold my bladder so unpredictable that I'm diapered 24/7 again. This time, they said it might be related to my previous bout of incontinence and didn't really do anything about it when trying to deal with my back. I guess what you do depends on how you want to treat your incontinence. My doctor the first time said she could have prescribed some meds, but I declined because all of the IC meds I'd read about had horrible side effects like migraines and severe abdominal cramping. I told her honestly that at least with diapers, I wasn't in pain on top of being incontinent. A lot of incontinent support groups online recommend catheters, but the times I've been cathed were so painful that I'm kind of afraid of that option. The fact that I also have an adult baby side doesn't even factor into the equation for me, diapers and pull-ups are just the easiest and so far most effective treatment for me.
  10. Well, yes, but I don't have any cloth diapers and right now I can't really get any because I'm unemployed. It's hard enough to make sure I've got enough cheap disposables on-hand sometimes. The main thing that prevents leaks in my case is that part of my incontinence causes me to get a sudden, severe urge to pee, I just can't do anything to stop it. And it's usually enough to wake me up, so I can roll onto my back before I start wetting my diaper.
  11. I'm a side sleeper, so leaks do happen sometimes and I don't think there's any way to prevent them. But I've found Tranquility ATN's to be the best for distributing the wetness evenly.
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  13. Always Discreet

    I've never tried tearing the layers apart, but at the very least there is plastic over the front of the absorbent part of the pullup.
  14. incontinent and a truck driver

    I'm not a truck driver, but I've had to do a non-drug testing related pee test a couple of times and my bladder is so unreliable that I told them I wasn't sure if I could give a sample or not. When I couldn't will enough out for testing, they did a blood test instead. I'm not sure if they do blood tests at drug screening places, but there has to be some kind of alternative if you let them know you're incontinent. I concealed my supplies at my last job in my laptop bag, though I only needed a couple of extra diapers. Maybe a backpack would hold everything you need discreetly?
  15. Visiting doctor office in a diaper anyone?

    I've been to the doctor and the hospital diapered. All they've ever done is asked if I have control issues, which I say yes I do because of my back injury. And that's pretty much it. I'm not seeing them specifically for my incontinence, so they don't push the issue or do any tests or anything. I've had a doctor suggest medication to treat it, but I declined because I've heard from too many IC people that the meds have some unpleasant side effects and told them that diapers work for me. When I was in the hospital, they just put a pad on my mattress, asked me what size I wear, and put some in a supply cart in the room, and that was that. I suppose your results may vary if you're not incontinent and get found out wearing diapers, but that's been my experience. Medical professionals treat people who wear diapers due to incontinence all the time, so they aren't going to freak out or make any kind of big show about it.