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Diapers: The Fetish That Isn’t Always a Fetish

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By Elfy

I’ll be the first to say that diapers are sexy. They are hot, exciting, intriguing, arousing and everyone other synonym for erotic I can think of. Whether it is looking at pictures of half-naked men and women showing off their diapers or stories telling fantastical tales of diaper humiliation and punishment for a great many of us the idea of padding around our waists is a great turn on.

Some people like just wearing them and some like using them. One thing 99% of ABDLs have in common is loving that wonderful feeling. For many of us our first experiences with diapers in a fetish sense was one of profound excitement and for the people with male genitalia that could often present a large and hard problem.

But what about when there is no sexual feelings involved in diapers? Is it really possible that people would choose to wear diapers with no sexual component? (Spoiler alert: The answer is yes.)

Photographer, 24, lives as adult baby and even uses diapers instead of toilet.

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A 24 year-old photographer lives as a full-time adult baby – and even poops and pees in special adult baby diapers he buys online.

The snapper, called David, embraced the adult baby diaper lover (ABDL) community five years ago after a tough childhood which saw his parents abandon him aged five. David, who lives in a southern US state, spent 13 years in care, and says spending his days eating baby food, watching cartoons and playing with toys helps soothe the trauma of that difficult time.

David told Metro US: ‘I spent my early years in and out of foster homes, and was abused. ‘I feel like I didn’t have a childhood, so I might as well get one now.

4 tips to buying the right adult diapers

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Adult diapers protect against cases of incontinence or severe diarrhea brought on by age or medical conditions and complications.

Various options are available in the market, but it’s best to opt for high quality and a brand that is compatible to your needs.

Factors to consider include:

Cool new health wearables do everything from killing head lice to curing incontinence

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From a small light-up pad that makes your bruise fade faster to a strip of gel that minimizes scars, new innovations to improve your health needs are on their way.

Inventors, manufacturers and health professionals from around the world descended on Miami Beach last week to make deals and show off the newest and coolest products that tackle everything from diabetes to incontinence to fall prevention and mouth care. The Florida International Medical Expo (FIME) is the largest its kind in the Americas with 1,200 exhibitors from more than 40 countries displaying their healthcare innovations. Some of the products are in early stages, are unproven or still lack approval to be sold in the United States.

Depend® Encourages Consumers to Be There for All of Life's Moments, Perfect or Not

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From attending a grandson's baseball game to traveling for a business trip, being there for the things that matter is important. In a new ad campaign, Depend brand shows that life isn't always perfect, but it's better when you're in it. The brand aims to empower consumers living with incontinence to pursue active lifestyles and be active participants in the life they love. In a survey commissioned by Depend, research has shown that when people with incontinence feel comfortable and protected, they are more likely to engage with the people and things they love most, which is why the brand has developed new Depend FIT-FLEX, which features a beautiful blush color and a variety of designs for women, and an ultra-soft, flexible fabric.

"We are excited to bring our new beautiful designs and ultra-soft fabric to consumers to help them be there for the moments that matter the most," said Lauren Kren, Senior Brand Manager for Depend brand. "Depend believes that incontinence should not be a barrier to living your best life. Instead, users should feel empowered to engage in their favorite activities without the distractions of bladder leakage or discomfort. We are committed to providing the best product solutions so that consumers feel confidently protected from leaks, and ready to partake in any moment."

Review: Wet zones, plastic diapers and nudity in unforgettable Austin theater performance

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Sex, dreams and bruised identities permeated “Rub a Duck,” a water-infused show presented by Frank Wo/Men Collective at Blue Genie Art Industries.

Long sheets of translucent plastic defined three sides of the performance zone inside the tall industrial space. More plastic stretched over the floor, and for good reason, because the place got very wet during the show, as did some of the forewarned audience members.

Six performers, presented impersonally as numbered Participants, wore thigh-high waders, not unlike those used for fly-fishing, light halter-tops, and what looked like bright yellow plastic diapers. Three other performers, identified as the Chorus, wore black attire, ominously in one case, since he looked like nothing so much as a medieval executioner.

Diaper Lover Questions Future

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Is my adult baby/diaper lover fetish dooming me to lifelong loneliness?

I’m a 27-year-old, male, adult baby/diaper lover (AB/DL). I’ve been in the closet about my fetish basically since puberty.

As a consequence, I never dated or became romantically involved. I thought if I buried my kink with enough shame, it would go away and I would somehow turn normal. It obviously didn’t work, and for the past year, I’ve been trying to find healthy ways to integrate this into my life. I play around with the kink in the privacy of my home and otherwise lead a normal life. My depression issues have let up, I’m more confident day-to-day, and even work has begun to improve.

I want to start dating. I went on a normal date, and I felt very inauthentic trying to be engaged when my kink wasn’t present or at least out in the open. I just wasn’t excited by the idea of a vanilla relationship. I would like to date women, but there’s such an imbalance between men and women with this particular kink that I don’t feel like I’ll ever meet someone who is compatible. I feel like I’m doomed to be lonely forever with my kink or sexually unfulfilled and terrified of being found out.

-- Boy Alone Basically Eternally

Caregiving educational series - PG Picks: Top rated underpads for the bed

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Underpads (or Chux) are an important fail safe as part of managing nighttime incontinence.
Used in conjunction with premium overnight diapers / briefs / underwear, underpads (whether reusable or disposable) can provide an extra layer of security against nighttime leaks in bedding and subsequent excessive laundering. Sizes and cost will vary (larger sizes covering more area contain more material and are more expensive) and smaller underpads can also be very effective on a wheelchair, sofa or chair when there's heavy daytime incontinence.

Most top-rated pads offer three or more layers for significant absorbency and a soft-to-the-touch outer barrier that stays dry. Odor prevention is another top feature in the very best underpads. Air-permeable underpads are necessary to prevent skin breakdown when an immobile caree spends more than 18 hours a day in the bed. From a cost and environmental perspective, reusable underpads can be washed and reused to save money and to prevent additional landfill waste. These are our Parentgiving Picks for Underpads:

https://www.parentgiving.com/shop/pic...underpads/

Depend on Incontinence 101

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Did you know that 1 in 4 Americans have bladder leakage? Or that there are four types of incontinence? Stress incontinence, urge incontinence, overactive bladder and nocturia can happen to anyone for all sorts of reasons. Watch Depend's incontinence videos to learn more.

https://www.depend.com/en-us/communit...inence-101

Dax Shepard Wants to Wear Diapers

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LOS ANGELES — Dax Shepard, a tired dad who hates waking up in the middle of the night to pee, was floating an idea. Adult diapers: What’s the downside?

To explain: The actor is 44 now. He just wrapped the first season of “Bless This Mess,” an ABC comedy in which he stars with Lake Bell, and “Spin the Wheel,” a game show set to premiere on Fox in June.

With his wife, the also-busy actress Kristen Bell — she just finished filming Hulu’s “Veronica Mars” revival and is now voicing Princess Anna for Disney’s “Frozen II” and shooting Season 4 of NBC’s “The Good Place” — Shepard is a 50-50 parent to their two young daughters, Lincoln, 6, and Delta, 4.
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