Paraphilic infantilism is a paraphilia characterized by the desire to wear diapers and be treated as an infant or toddler. One who engages in infantilistic play is known as an adult baby (AB). About one in three adult babies is also a diaper lover (DL), so they are collectively known as AB/DLs. The majority of infantilists are heterosexual males.Paraphilic infantilism and diaper fetishes differ in self-image and the focus of attention. They can coexist in individuals, however, and they have some similarities. Neither includes a sexual preference for children. There is no singular, archetypical infantilism, but a range. Some fantasize about being free of guilt, responsibility, or control, whereas others might not. Some act indistinguishably from a baby at times, while others practice in a way that would be unnoticed by passers by on the street. The desires and tastes of infantilists vary around common themes of diapers and babyhood.
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One thing to keep in mind is that I don't associate diapers with sex life. Your assuming I am referring or associating this with a sexual connotation, which I am not. All I am saying is people look at things differently.don't just assume and make an incorrect judgment that I want people to flaunt their sexual fetish around.
Anyway, I chose to vent tonight because I'm feeling a bit blue. I'm a diaper lover - a pretty intense diaper lover. I find them comforting, relaxing and above all, very arousing. I didn't ask for these feelings. But, like it or not, they are there.
I have found, over the years of diapering, that not telling someone of your wearing causes more self-induced stress than is necessary. I have always, since a young age had the compelling need to wear diapers. Could be I din't like the wet bed or pants during accidents. But my mom, though tired of the cleaning up, instead of offering to use diapers for protection threatened to use them, putting a very negative, demeaning atmosphere about wearing diapers. I still did it, but couldn't bring myself to let anyone know (mom did find a pair of plastic pants in my room once, but just shook her head and looked at me funny) and grew up being very secretive and nervous about using them. My ex-wife was pretty cooperative about it when I told her, right from the time we met, but a few years later completely rejected the whole subject and said she couldn't respect me any longer if I kept wearing them. Again the rejection thing. So, now living on my own, I wear them as I please/need and go about my business. I suppose if she ever asks if I'm wearing again, I'll tell her yes, and let it ride. I t was her decision to pack it in, so. The bottom line is, I believe, that if one decides to reveal their use of diapers to someone, the wearer simply needs to be prepared for other person not being open-minded enough to accept it. But, keeping it a secret can be self-destructive at the same time.