Physiology of continence - Continence and micturition involve a balance between urethral closure and detrusor muscle activity. Urethral pressure normally exceeds bladder pressure, resulting in urine remaining in the bladder. The proximal urethra and bladder are both within the pelvis. Intraabdominal pressure increases (from coughing and sneezing) are transmitted to both urethra and bladder equally, leaving the pressure differential unchanged, resulting in continence. Normal voiding is the result of changes in both of these pressure factors:urethral pressure falls and bladder pressure rises.
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Dealing With Adult Diapers at Beach: People ask me all the time how do I go about wearing diapers when I am at a beach. Well, most times its on a “how I feel” basis. If there are tons and tons of people around then I try to be a little bit mindful of people’s feelings and I will not just wear a diaper and top…I will usually put my bathing suit bottom over the top of the diaper just so it covers it up some. For guys, its probably easier to cover it up all the way since they wear board shorts or something like that. If there are not too many people or I am just in one of those I don’t care moods then I will just wear the diaper and my bathing suit top (sometimes I have a t-shirt on over my top). I mean, that is how I handle it because its not a big thing to me anymore. It is all about confidence and respect. If you act like it is no big deal and you aren’t acting like some sort of crazy fool on the beach wearing a diaper then most people will not care and assume its for a disability. But, if you are acting super babyish or being stupid then most likely people are going to give you strange looks a lot more often and criticize you – which is rightfully so! So, it is all about being confident and not letting a few looks destroy your feelings BUT at the same time being respectful as well. I am a very very accepting person and if I saw somebody doing something completely out of the ordinary I probably would not care (yeh I may look but not really care) BUT, if they are being stupid, disrespectful, completely inappropriate, hurting someone, etc. then of course I am going to give them strange looks. So, the best advice I can give you with wearing diapers at the beach is to just be confident but also mindful if there are tons of people around.
This post is going to be a list because I wanted to share some tips and tricks that I think may help some of the ABDL community. I am sure many of you already know some of these but I figured I would list them out:
Adult babies and diaper lovers have always been faced with a stigma from the general public because of the relationship between diapers and babies. People automatically associate that because a grown adult enjoys wearing diapers or just wears diapers in general that they are some how associated with a child. This stigma has cursed the ABDL community since the inception of the community. Websites and TV shows have portrayed the community mainly in a negative light without even trying to understand the truth behind the reality of the mindset of adult babies and diaper lovers. There are the select few like there are in any group of people that are going to give a group a bad name but it does not represent the majority mindset among a community. I understand that TV and websites only portray the exaggerated aspect of the ABDL community because that is entertainment and by degrading others it makes the viewers feel superior and more powerful which in turn leads to them watching the show or reading the web page because they can sit there and feel better about themselves while looking down upon others.