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  • This leads me into my main point of this post. Life is too short to waste your time bathing in hate and negativity or wasting the time of your life conjuring up internet supporters for a flame campaign on someone or something. If a random person were to browse the forums of ABDL sites they would come across a lot of good and helpful information which is awesome; but they would also be able to easily pick out those that seem to be on a mission to be negative about just about everything. This is an unfortunate formation within the ABDL community. Small elitist niche groups form and find themselves above others and feel because they believe something or say “it is” then that is how it should be.

  • When I Was Younger When I was about 7 I was very sick my younger bother was still a baby in diapers and I was having a hard time making it to the bathroom. My mom I guess to not have to wash so much put me in some of my younger bothers diapers, while I was sick and for two days after I recovered just in case. Thank fully I wasn't sent to school like that.

  • Thanks for the tips, I do enjoy wearing nappies a lot but I also have to do a lot of exercise as I let myself go a little. Confliction of interests. I will put your ideas into action. I supose if blokes are like me and don't want to be seen running around in tight shorts you can always wear another pair of loser shorts over the top of that. It will potentially make you slightly hotter but it would be worth it I think.


  • Urinary incontinence - Did You KNow?

    Catheterization - If an incontinence is due to overflow incontinence, in which the bladder never empties completely, or if the bladder cannot empty because of poor muscle tone, past surgery, or spinal cord injury, a catheter may be used to empty the bladder. A catheter is a tube that can be inserted through the urethra into the bladder to drain urine. Catheters may be used once in a while or on a constant basis, in which case the tube connects to a bag that is attached to the leg. If a long-term(or indwelling)catheter is used, urinary tract infections may occur.


     

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