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  1. Being gay and trans were and are heavily discriminated against, both legally and socially. ABDL not so much. America is barely scraping actual sex ed in to the schools, it's such an sex negative culture, even in the vaguely liberal hollywood. American mainstream culture effectively being the global etc etc. So what can you do in against kind of culture, well you make your own. I can think of a few examples in comics of ABDL and age play being there, love and rockets, and finder for those interested. So try to put together a quirky indie movie about an ABDL romance, netflix would probably put it out. While LGBT people have always been in mainstream media, though with hilarious amounts of coding in the hollywood "golden years" and then later a far more demonised appearance in later movies, typically being sexual predators, sex workers or serial killers (I've literally written essays on this). But there was always a strong independent scene for movies, theatre and comics and it was once those independent works gained critical acclaim and wider recognition that the wider acceptance came. Tom of Finland a legend in the gay art scene was put on stamps in 2014! So the way you get positive mainstream media presentation? Is as a community taking control of our image, which is certainly a bit cringey and freakish at the moment and producing our own presentation that is well done and broad enough that it's easier for the mainstream to use that rather than manufacturing their own. This is something the LGBT community has been doing since the 60s and it's only now seeing fruit.
  2. There's no link between gender identity and sexuality so no real comparison to be made there. As for acceptance, does any fetish have mainstream acceptance? I can't think of a single example of any fetish being portrayed as a normal or healthy thing, like a tv couple who are into bondage where it's not played for laughs. Before anyone says 50 shades, that neither normal or healthy in it's portrayal, frankly it's closer to abuse. I see these threads all the time, and I honestly don't get what people want. Do you want to wear diapers all the time? Fine then do it, no one will care. There's no real discriminations against abdl people, yeah it's weird and treated as a bit freak show in the media. Which I'd like to less of. But what more is there?
  3. So I've started a new youtube project where I'm reading novels, short stories and poems. People seem to enjoy my voice so hopefully you will too, if you ever need a bedtime story First Novel I'm reading is "The prime of Miss Jean Brodie" by Muriel Spark, a story about 1930s Edinburgh schoolgirls and the influence of their teacher. New Chapters every monday
  4. You are the evil Sofia! Keeping us waiting so long for new updates to your great story. But seriously Sofia this story is a lot of fun, thank you for treating us too it.
  5. what is your "parenting" style like

    I try for a kind of loving domination, lots of "you're too little for X". I like getting my baby as little as she can, and as helpless as possible :3
  6. Purple Penguins

    Part of including groups in society is removing them from the "other". It's a big part of communication theory and sociology the idea of the "in group" and "out group", and this applies from the smallest family unit to humanity as a whole. As a species we've never been good at empathising with the other, they are the out group; different, strange and dangerous, There's even a case for it in linguistics, names of other peoples in earlier cultures would often denote them as nonhuman. Thus justifying ill treating them. Right now trans and gender nonconforming people are trying to integrate into the main stream of western society. While we've always been here, think on how transfolk have been portrayed; almost exclusively as feminine presenting thus ignoring two thirds of the community, and only shown as a predator or a victim. This runs the spectrum from prostitute to serial killer which is a whole essay on it's own. Just look at the recent bathroom bills coverage, exclusively the argument is about sexual predators abusing "real" women. So how do we change this othering of trans and nonbinary peeps? Well stuff like this purple penguins thing is a start, it's normalising the idea boy and girl is not the be all and end all of gender. Also books like "I am Jazz" that show that it's not something different and strange, it's simply part of the wonderful diversity of people. It also means changing our language, bringing back the singular neutral pronoun they, or making titles more gender neutral like chairperson. All small steps to world domination.
  7. So I guess I'll use this to look for some advice. Any suggestions on how focus on just one project, I find I get swamped in ideas and end up swapping my focus time again and again so nothing gets done. I also find it difficult to record my ideas in a way that doesn't turn into gibberish so at the moment I have to instantly move on them or I loose them. So yeah any advice would be appreciated.

    1. repetitivediaperwetter88


      Voice Recorder Helps me sometimes.

    2. nitewets


      I have ADHD Lyra. What you've said sounds like me before starting on Ritalin.

      I don't know about the Windoze platform but Apple computers have an excellent voice to text function which I use to dictate my thoughts. Like you, if I try to write it all comes out as gibberish or I end up going over the same thought multiple times. By slowly dictating and actually producing written text, I find that my flow of thoughts is captured (with some spelling mistakes and misplaced words which are easy enough to correct.)

  8. I've noticed that to many in the community this is a difficult situation, so I thought I'd start this thread as a place to share advice and answer questions on the subject. Firstly I should define the type of CG (caregiver) relationship I'm referring too as obviously this is something that varies greatly but here is what I think most people want. A partner to share your fetish(s) with and to have a strong emotional connection with, essentially a romantic partner who accepts the diapers, etc in your life. So were should you look for a prospective CG? Short answer? everywhere! Long answer, a CG in this context is exactly the same as a romantic partner and that's how you should approach it. While niche sites such as this can be a good place too meet people, one of our illustrious mods met his fiancee here and I met my current partner here so miracles can happen but that doesn't mean you should limit yourself. Don't limit yourself to your local geographic area, the worlds a big place with lots of interesting people out there. Trying dating websites, both kink and vanilla, I know fetlife is quite popular in the kink world. And of course the most terrifying of all, the real world. Now here's the part that most people find hard, how to approach someone. From what I've seen this is where most people make the biggest mistakes. I'll say it straight out, coming into a chat or thread saying some variation on "baby in need of a Mommy" comes across as desperate and creepy, two definite red flags to a prospective partner So just be friendly and sociable, talk to people, make friends and discuss your interests beyond diapers and AB stuff this is very important. You will need more than just a fetish to build a relationship on. Now here's the difficult bit, if you're finding people aren't interested in you then you need to evaluate yourself. Firstly are you being sociable enough, just sitting in a chat room and never speaking isn't going to get you anywhere. Or the more difficult, you need to think if you have much to offer a partner, while love can conquer all it'll have a heck of an easier time if you 're a good conversationalist. Naturally this can be changed, we can always learn to better ourselves. So don't despair and be positive.
  9. Bad Husband, Better Baby

    Elfy is awesome
  10. Diapers represented at Pride

    Pride is literally commemorating the start of the gay rights movement, the first time we fought back; against the discrimination both legal and social, and the police oppression. Gay bars were regularly raided, the patrons beaten and arrested for the smallest violation. One time the stonewall was closed and mass arrests was due to a broken light bulb. So pride might be becoming commercialised and co-opted but that's what it'll always represent and mean because it's important to remember where it all began.
  11. Diapers represented at Pride

    I'm sorry Darkfinn and Ferix pride will always be an LGBTQ event. The first pride was the stonewall riot, each year's pride is a commemoration of that event and the advances of the community since then. Yes it's about people being themselves, for the longest time it the only day of the year a queer couple could be open with their love without threat of abuse. Yes leather Daddies, drag queens and other extremely sexual aspects of particularly the gay community are on display during pride but that's because it's a celebration and affirmation of LGBTQ culture. And you know what if being a diaper butt is a part of your queer identity go ahead, but if you're straight or cis this ONE day of the year isn't about you.
  12. DL1LIFE, if your attitude to mental health issues is as heartless as shown in your post I think you shouldn't post here. That kind of attitude is simply toxic and of no help. Depression and anxiety, especially in the chronic forms, leave you feeling so helpless making outside threats seem infinitely worse. One of the most difficult parts of treating the condition is getting the patient into a place where they can be treated. This involves not only changing how the patient thinks about themselves, but their hormone levels and even what parts of the brain are most active and this is just in cases of regular depression! Now in Elfy's case he is seeking treatment, which is a start and I am so proud of him for taking that step. The difficulty is Elfy's main triggers seem to be political in nature and we are living in a politically unsettled time so thus greatly exacerbating those feeling of helplessness. What's the natural reaction to feeling helpless to cling to your safe spaces all the harder and for him they're directly threatened. You say you're unwilling to help someone who won't help themselves, well all you're doing here is telling someone with a broken leg to walk to the hospital. You call Elfy uneducated well I suggest you learn some compassion and a lot more about mental health issues before adding your two pence in the future.
  13. I got it here http://abdlfactory.com/ab-clothings/onesie-purple-ruffles-printed-adult