Sissy babies, cross-dressing - Modesty and self-consciousness are not expected from infants and small children. Babies can be out in public in just a diaper and t-shirt, and can have their diaper changed in public. There are no local, state, or national laws that prohibit adults from wearing diapers, t-shirts, diaper covers, or body suits (onesies).
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It has given me massive diaper rash in the past and I am not a big fan of that. Plus, I know in public I am DEFINITELY not one to like walking around in a smelly diaper. It is just not me. It is not that I am really humiliated or anything – its just not appropriate and rude to others I think for them to have to smell me/you. Common courtesy I guess. Plus, the health factor – feces has a lot of bacteria in it that can spread obviously to other areas if it “comes out” or you contact it somehow.
As for spotting someone in diapers, that has only happened to me twice. - both times when I have been in the men's room and I've heard someone changing in one of the stalls. The rustle of the diaper and the tapes make an uniqure sound that another diaper wearer would notice in an instant. In both instances I refrained from starting a conversation with the person, but I now wish I had. I would love to be friends with someone who is incontinent and had to wear diapers provided that our mutual interest went beyond our incontinence. I recently started physical therapy for my bladder issues and was told that half of their practice is male - incontinence is not only a female issue. - and that the guys they are seeing are as young as 18. She said I'd be surprised to learn how many guys in their 20's, 30's and 40's have incontinence issues and need to wear diapers. It's just amazing. I'm hoping that in the next decade, incontinence and diaper wearing adults come out of the closet more and more. - the way gay people have. - and that we become more socially accepted and less of a secret society.
It's always difficult knowing what to say to people about you wearing diapers. Even with those you know and trust, I always feel like I've got something in my mouth and I'm always trying to get it out spit it out, but it won't come out, and we both end up frustrated as hell because I want to say something important, and the person I'm trying to tell wants to understand what I'm saying. I know, I've been there. I always end up feeling like an idiot. I'm more than open to suggestions you might have.