An LG is a new term born somewhere within the internet and it defines a Little Girl. It can be used in different ways. Some crossdressers who aren't into the humiliation side of Sissydom prefer the term LG as they truly feel like a Little Girl ( Crossdressing and Ageplay ). Women use the term to refer to those who prefer Ageplay but don't see themselves as babies, tending to play as young girls, school girls and Daddy's Girls. These are much more common than true ABs.
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First, the most important thing I would say in wearing diapers during exercise is the clothing you choose. I almost always wear spandex pants or compression shorts with my diapers. The tightness of the spandex pants or compression shorts minimizes the bulk of the diaper while also keeping the crinkle factor to a minimum during exercise. These spandex and compression shorts are typically good at getting rid of moisture as well so that will help in regards to the sweating from the diaper. For girls, wearing spandex pants or compression shorts is not too big of a deal but guys may be timid about wearing such tight clothing. If you are timid about wearing tight clothing such as spandex pants or compression shorts, then I would suggest buying shorts that come with a built in liner. This will at least provide some sort of compression while also providing a little bit of moisture protection. Men or women who want to wear diapers while biking though probably won’t find it a problem wearing tight clothes as that is the standard type of clothing most bikers wear and you will not feel out of place wearing spandex clothing whether you are a man or woman.
Second, never just tell the person flat out that you enjoy and love wearing diapers. Don’t put it like that. Whether you you need diapers or enjoy them – the conversation should start out in the context of being for a medical issue. So, basically if you don’t need them then you will be telling a minor fib or slight exaggeration. This may come across as morally wrong to a few people and I understand that but it is also morally wrong for others to judge you. Anyways, just say something along the lines of “I have a minor medical issue that requires me to wear a diaper at certain points of the day for added protection and it provides a sense of security for me”…obviously this statement needs to be tailored and “flowered” up to the person you are talking to but that is a good base to use. Don’t come across like some obsessive and crazy person that just loves diapers with no reason other than it feels good because 9 out of 10 times the person will associate it immediately in negative light. You want to provide the justification and reasons up front so that they do not assume and make their own conclusions. You start out slow with the person and ease them into the explanation. Don’t say “I love diapers because they make me feel good” – that will probably not get you too far in many cases. Come off as nervous but confident and make sure that you tell the person that you trust them and think a lot of them to share something like this with them. It makes that person feel responsible and almost at first proud that someone can trust them…it puts the ball in their court rather than yours.
My wife has just started to experiment with diapers and I'm looking for ideas for things we can do together diapered. I spent so much time and effort into just convincing her to wear them that I find myself blank once I get her to wear. She seems to be warming to the idea of wearing them for me but still has some hesitation. We both have the week between Christmas and New Years off and I've always thought that it would be fun to wear 24/7 for that week, both of us. So anyways I'm looking for ideas of fun diaper related stuff we can do that week and also for any input about asking her to wear for a week 24/7. Do you think it's a good idea to ask a rookie to go for an entire week? My rationale is that if she just spends a substantial amount of time they will begin to grow on her, as of now she has never worn diapers for more than 12 hours at a time.