Characteristics and behaviors
The infantilist community is described by one practitioner as made up of two main types - adult babies (adults who role play infants) and sissy babies (who role play as infants of the opposite gender). There are also individuals who wear diapers but do not act as infants, either diaper lovers who eroticize diaper wearing, or sadomasochists who use diapers as a way of enforcing dominance and submission. Though the categories are discrete, in practice the behaviors found in each group often overlap. Adult babies roleplaying as a baby or small child for erotic stimulation is considered the signature expression of paraphilic infantilism. This may involve the use of adult-sized diapers and baby clothes or toys and furniture such as a crib to lend reality to the infantilist fantasy, crawling on the floor, and some individuals may urinate or defecate in their diapers. If a partner is willing, adult babies may engage in parent-baby roleplay including being bathed, powdered and changed into diapers by one's partner, before being put to bed with a baby bottle. Some may also simulate lactation with a willing partner. Thereafter the adult baby may be comforted and pampered by their partner in the role of the parent and their diapers might be changed if wet or dirty. For some infantilists, the ritual might instead involve being scolded, spanked or chastised for having wet or dirtied their diapers. In this latter instance the mode of arousal is masochistic. Others may only desire gentle or nurturing treatment, based on the desire to be cared for or to "surrender the responsibilities of adult life". Some infantilists may involve masturbation and ejaculation while others may choose not to engage in sex since it is not babylike. The erotic pleasure derived from either of these forms of infantilism may replace the need for sexual intercourse in reaching orgasm.
A survey in a doctoral dissertation cited by others found that infantilists are commonly male, are on average thirty-eight years of age, in steady employment, normally have an undergraduate level of education or higher and are usually married or in a stable relationship. However, since there are so few studies of infantilists and so few women who self-identify as infantilists, it is not clear how accurate this survey was.
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I have worn Nappies for the past 40 year and still enjoy it as much now as when I first started I have been married three times the first two broke down because I would not stop wearing them but the third is great I wear them 24/7 and she fully understands.
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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.
Characteristics and behaviors