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  • Anyway, I chose to vent tonight because I'm feeling a bit blue. I'm a diaper lover - a pretty intense diaper lover. I find them comforting, relaxing and above all, very arousing. I didn't ask for these feelings. But, like it or not, they are there.

  • Carrying extra supplies, while frequently associated with backpacks and handbags, does not necessarily have to include said items. I literally carry my laptop everywhere I go (except the shower) and keep tons of stuff in the case. Quite frankly, most of the stuff I need and use on a regular basis, along with a few unnecessary favorite items in my collection of odds and ends, are stored there. Though I don't know whether all laptop or notebook cases would accommodate a diaper as well as mine have, both of my cases have been able to incorporate one or two diapers and small amounts of related accessories with no noticeable difference. People expect computer cases to bulge anyway, which mine certainly does, and it is not too unusual for people to take their computer cases with them when entering a bathroom due to the likelihood that the computer will be stolen if left unattended. This may be worth trying for those who have laptops or notebooks and keep the computers in a case with extra pockets or compartments.

  • I feel happy that I am NOT involved in the ABDL community. your blog is the ONLY ABDL thing I read. I understand the need for friends, but if people are going to attack you, they they wont ever be good friends. Maybe they are envious of your popularity..


  • Urinary incontinence - Did You KNow?

    Bladder repositioning - Most stress incontinence in women results from the urethra dropping down toward the vagina. Therefore, common surgery for stress incontinence involves pulling the urethra up to a more normal position. Working through an incision in the vagina or abdomen, the surgeon raises the urethra and secures it with a string attached to muscle, ligament, or bone. For severe cases of stress incontinence, the surgeon may secure the urethra with a wide sling. This not only holds up the bladder but also compresses the bottom of the bladder and the top of the urethra, further preventing leakage.


     

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