Gender association - Particularly amongst sissy-babies, but also amongst some other AB/DLs, the time as a baby may be associated with softness and aspects of life seen as more feminine. This can then show as an AB/DL fetish later in life when trying to unravel unexpressed elements of femininity.
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I must agree about the convenience factor. It is much better to be wearing a diaper when out of the house, whether I use the diaper fully or not, than to discover that I badly needed a diaper and had a leak at some point during my day, without a change of clothing and no diaper in sight. I still go out on short trips without a diaper, just regular underwear, at times, but usually only after I know I hadn't had any caffeine drinks, or too much water, and when I know I just recently emptied. I am usually alright for these short trips, but sometimes I misjudge the amount of time I can be sans-diaper. Not a good realization that I've visibly wet myself when out in public, .or, worse, to discover that I had a movement and I swear that others can smell me a block away, even if nothing is showing through my pants for the moment.
I did not agree to this meeting to prove anything – I just wanted to make some friends for us. Ever since moving from Florida we have been busy and haven’t met too many people besides a few people from Peter’s graduate classes at night at NC State. So, of course it would be neat to meet someone that hopefully is sane and shares the same diaper interest. But, it looks like all this meeting would be is to “prove” ourselves…and here is the great part – if we don’t – then she/he will “bury me“. Doesn’t that make any of you want to jump in a car and meet this awesome person? Though I am still considering it, I was hoping for a little more mature mindset from someone of that age and situation.
The main thing I tell people is to have your reasons and justifications laid out up front and to make sure those reasons are not just that you like them. Start out with that it originated from a medical issue and then go from there. Use words like “security”, “comfort”, “de-stress”, and “calms me down” because these words are neutral and non-aggressive words that will make what you are telling them easier and put it in a more positive light. A lot of what you say and how you say it has to be tailored and catered to that person though based on what type of person they are.