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Who cares if he was gay? This guy perhaps deserves to be remembered as the "Godfather of the AB/DL Community".

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Who cares if he was gay? This guy perhaps deserves to be remembered as the "Godfather of the AB/DL Community".

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DPF, whether on paper or online,

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I didn't know he was gay. Wow learn something new every day

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Tommy, via DPF, put ABDL/ageblay on the map in the 1980's

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RIP Tommy.

DPF was where I discovered I was not alone.

Every month I really looked forward to getting the newsletter in the mail.

I can imagine my life would have been alot different, if I hadn't found DPF.

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RIP Tommy.

DPF was where I discovered I was not alone.

Every month I really looked forward to getting the newsletter in the mail.

I can imagine my life would have been alot different, if I hadn't found DPF.

It was actually every other month the newsletter came out.....Oh How I loved to come home and see the wife had it waiting for me on the kitchen table. Tommy was originally married, we don't need to go into that. Over and over again, many Gay men and women "try" to believe they are straight, but eventually they come to know to understand themselves and live their life as they need to. No need to point out things any further. I do ask though, did anyone ever find out for sure that Tommy has passed? I know there was a point where everyone lost track of him, but was it ever confirmed?

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I cannot prove a date, Repaid, but I am pretty sure I read it too.

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If some of us have faulty memories and we find he is still alive, we can rejoice that our brother in the ABDL lifestyle is still with us.

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Tommy, Cathy (Charles Slavik), Florence, Ms Uba and many others have gone before us. Tommy and Mark of DPF did promote ABDL, but it was directed at a Gay culture in the Bay Area initially and became worldwide as more and more people discovered it. AOL, Compu-Serve, Prodigy and other online chat programs furthered our education out of the mainstream culture of Penthouse Forum, Letters, Nugget and other vanilla/kinky publication. Rubber Life and Rubber Nurse along with Fetish Times and others from time-to-time had articles on ABDL materials, mostly letters written in by people that thought they were alone and were glad to find out they were not.

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I thought he passed like 4 or 5 years ago? Granted I've heard it since I've been into ABDL stuff.

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Tommy was the "go to" place for people just getting acquainted with the Internet. Why, because his website was all about the "diaper fetish"!

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he was gay? he was married and had kids?

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DPF was the first AB/DL site I ever found online. I used to enjoy reading the rosters until it became you had to pay to view them. It was also the only site that never changed its layout so it always stayed the way it was the way I found it when I was 13. I have heard he passed back in 2007 I think it was. I am not sure what year he passed though. I just heard from Inky Wonky that year he got Alzheimer's so he was not able to keep running his site so that was why people were not getting their orders from his site. I had no idea he was that old and then I heard he passed and his site stayed up until the domain expired and now it's gone. Shame it couldn't be passed onto someone else to keep it running.

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R.I.P. Tommy yes for many of us he was the first contact out there in the ABDL scene, used to recive the montly news latters be post.

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That's kinda sad. I was 14 when I found DPF. It was the best thing ever to see a teen forum that I didn't have to lie about my age on. I remember reading about a girl who's step mom found out and she came clean about the whole thing. It made me so jealous. DPF made my extremely dysfunctional teenage years bearable.

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BTW, Alzheimers is not for super elderly people only. More people get it at 40 than you think.

Tommy was a very interesting person. Anyone over 30 into this scene is very aware of him.

He was the first major ABDL ambassador and I do not think we would be here without him.

I met a baby up towards Framingham, MA who had every written item DPF ever sent out.

There was a ton of stuff!

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One of our members here who is a police officer has been trying to determine if Tommy alive or dead....I'll try to update this thought as more information becomes available

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Search this site for "Adult Babies On The Jerry Springer Show 16 Years Ago". You will see Tommy being interviewed by Jerry!

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I remember Tommy from DPF all to well. First time I have ever heard of him was through the internet in Rhode Island. Then I had the

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There is now a DPF/Wetville Orphans Group at ABDLl Pixel

http://abdlpixel.com/group/266

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