Astronauts - Astronauts wear trunklike diapers called "Maximum Absorbency Garments", or MAGs, during liftoff and landing. On space shuttle missions, each crew member receives three diapers for launch, reentry and a spare in case reentry has to be waved off and tried later. The super-absorbent fabric used in disposable diapers, which can hold up to 400 times its weight, was developed so Apollo astronauts could stay on spacewalks and extra-vehicular activity for at least six hours. Originally, only female astronauts would wear Maximum Absorbency Garments, as the collection devices used by men were unsuitable for women; however, reports of their comfort and effectiveness eventually convinced men to start wearing the diapers as well. Public awareness of astronaut diapers rose significantly following the arrest of Lisa Nowak, a NASA astronaut charged with attempted murder, who gained notoriety in the media when the police reported she had driven 900 miles, with an adult diaper so she would not have to stop to urinate. The diapers became fodder for many television comedians, as well as being included in an adaptation of the story in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, despite Nowak's denial that she wore them.
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I run long distance and am training for the DWD Marathon. The diaper I wear while running is a Pampers 6! Okay, at this point it doesn't make sense so I've got some explaining to do. I'm 5'9, 159 pounds and my waist is 32. Of course, I'm built mostly like a runner but not that skinny. I've made an elastic strap using 1.5 elastic and modified it to work with Pampers diapers. In the center, on the inside of the strap, are three squares of Aplix hook. One is in the center and the others are on either side, about 2away. These grap the outside front of the diaper like the back tabs are meant to. The other side of the strap, the outside, has a landing zone on each end to accept the Pampers tab. Half the tab is hook and the other half is adhesive. Aplix loop is positioned for the Pampers hook and the shiny side of a piece of PUL is sewn to accept the adhesive. The strap holds the diaper up securely and just barely high enough.
Your soo right. I rememebr the first time i went out in public diapered i was freaking but you get used to it and its not that big a deal.
Carrying extra supplies, while frequently associated with backpacks and handbags, does not necessarily have to include said items. I literally carry my laptop everywhere I go (except the shower) and keep tons of stuff in the case. Quite frankly, most of the stuff I need and use on a regular basis, along with a few unnecessary favorite items in my collection of odds and ends, are stored there. Though I don't know whether all laptop or notebook cases would accommodate a diaper as well as mine have, both of my cases have been able to incorporate one or two diapers and small amounts of related accessories with no noticeable difference. People expect computer cases to bulge anyway, which mine certainly does, and it is not too unusual for people to take their computer cases with them when entering a bathroom due to the likelihood that the computer will be stolen if left unattended. This may be worth trying for those who have laptops or notebooks and keep the computers in a case with extra pockets or compartments.