Diaper fetishes, diaper lovers (DLs), are often associated with paraphilic infantilism as both wear diapers, but the former does not role-play infant or childlike behavior, while that is the distinguishing characteristic of adult babies (ABs). The majority of diaper lovers do not engage in any kind of babyish activities and only solely are interested in diapers. However, in certain individuals it is possible for an overlap to occur, as one can view himself as neither exclusively an adult baby or a diaper lover. Hence adult babies and diaper lovers collectively referred to themselves as AB/DLs.
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Bedwetter Hi I still wet the bed and my Mom got me some cloth diapers and plastic pants when I was 11 or 12 and goodnights just didn't work any more I am still diapered every night and plastic pants as well and now am under diaper disciplin so am in them during the day though the day ones are abenas and of course plastic pants. I wonder as I am staring to enjoy being in them even when wet
Third, wear disposable plastic diapers and not cloth. Cloth diapers will actually make you hotter and have a higher chance of giving you a friction rash than the smooth plastic diaper. So, go with a plastic disposable diaper when exercising.
You always seem to have a down to earth logical approach to understanding these issues which is apparent since you sympathize with the the ABDL community even though you have a legitimate health problem that causes many to avoid living life to its fullest. Sometimes we all need to be a little more open minded to understand people and especially make those who have health problems feel a little more accepted and free to be who they are and not have to hide behind preconceptions and the stigma of things like wearing diapers.