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Rachel Emily

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Rachel Emily last won the day on May 18 2016

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About Rachel Emily

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  • Birthday 09/06/1961

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    Wisconsin
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    55

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    18 months to 5 years, depending on mood

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  1. Do you like to keep your dirty diapers?

    I can't say I ever considered doing something like that. One, I don't like to advertise that I wear diapers, and two, the smell alone would earn both complaints from my neighbors and the threat of eviction from the apartment manager, if it got strong enough. I'm even afraid to sit in a dirty diaper for too long, for fear the smell will linger..
  2. Going to try to go 24/7 may first

    I've worn 24/7 for most of the last 25 years and can honestly say that I have never regretted a moment. And that counts all the embarrassing leaks in very public places. And the times I had to hand wash cloth diapers.
  3. do diapers make you wet more

    I suppose one could say I do, since if I didn't wear a diaper, I'd probably be so nervous about wetting I'd never allow myself to fall into a deep sleep.
  4. Who woke up wet this morning?

    I woke up soaked, absolutely soaked. The stupid aides at this nursing home (where I'm recovering from the second of two injuries in six months) forgot to put a Chux under me. I was so tired I was practically unconscious, so I never remembered wetting. I'll say this--I have had to learn to trust disposables, since I'm not allowed to wear my cloth ones.
  5. Paraolympian wets herself

    Yes, and if she's paralyzed, wouldn't she have a catheter? Or does she have some other condition, like cerebral palsy, where she has some control?
  6. Hobbies- who has them?

    I am a cartoonist, so I draw, obviously. I also write TG fiction and compose ragtime on the computer. (I've loved ragtime since I was 12.) Not a record collector myself, but I do have an interest in early recordings of all kinds (but especially ragtime). I also like early "talkie" films like the Vitaphone shorts or the DeForest Phonofilms.
  7. Cloth or disposable?

    I use disposables most of the time out of necessity, but greatly prefer cloth. The only thing preventing me from using them full time is the laundry issue--my building has just one small washer and dryer for six people. Should a reasonably-priced diaper service come along that catered to adults, however, I'd drop disposables in a minute.
  8. Why no ABDL pride??

    A pride event should, I think, educate people. In the case of ABDL people, however, I don't think it's necessarily the best way to accomplish that. The message we send out may not be what we intend.
  9. do you hide your wetting at home

    I have little reason to hide anything, since the only people who come into my home are my home-health CNAs.
  10. AB vs DL are they different?

    Count me among those who don't quite fit. I do love diapers, which would firmly put me into the DL category--and that's how I first defined myself. There is, however, a part of me that ventures into Adult Little Girl territory--without role-playing or adopting any sort of persona. I just like having and playing with the toys I was denied when I was younger, particularly dolls. I also, to my surprise, found I like pacifiers, again without adopting a particular age or persona. They simply satisfy an emotional urge, though if you were to ask, "why pacifiers and not some other baby item like bottles or baby clothes?" I really wouldn't know what to say. So am I an AB, a DL, or an Adult Little Girl? Whatever I may be, the poll is a bit too constricting for someone like me.
  11. How long have you been incontinent?

    I started having problems with daytime control in 1991 (due to both my cerebral palsy and medications I was taking). I started having problems with nighttime control 5 years ago.
  12. Diapers in highschool

    I didn't wear diapers in high school. I went to high school in the '70s, when there weren't many kinds of adult diapers available. (In fact, I know of none outside of what Sears offered). Squeezing into Pampers or other baby diapers wouldn't have been an option either--I was skinny, but not that much.
  13. If you became incontinent

    I have an overactive bladder, which came on rather suddenly, so I did seek help if only to find out why it happened. The doctors couldn't find any significant physical problems (bladder cancer, diabetes, etc.), but did suggest medication--which I of course refused. It would be nice to wet the bed every night as opposed to once or twice a week, but I'm okay with things the way they are.
  14. do you miss your childhood? what can i do?

    I have mixed feelings about my childhood. The happiest time in my life was probably the period before I started school; after that, I was often bullied by other kids (and a few teachers as well.) I pretty much equated being a child with being powerless, and couldn't wait to be older. That may well explain why I imagine myself as a toddler when regressing--I was in my own private little world then, with few intrusions from the outside world.
  15. Win a Pacifier!

    Ironically, I just purchased a pacifier identical to the ones pictured. Same color, even. I like coming here simply because this is the one place in this vast entity called the internet in which I can comfortably discuss being ABDL. (The sole exception being Toddy's podcast--and even that has somewhat of a connection to here). I haven't felt this secure discussing this aspect of myself since the days of the old AOL "diapers" chatroom--the period between then and my discovering this forum was a period of self-loathing and fear. I come here because this place is relatively troll-free. I'm more likely to receive support than an insult. It's a place to vent when I read yet another biased article elsewhere, or hear another shrill YouTube rant condemning us. Most importantly, I come here because there are people here I consider my friends.