So, there have been threads on this topic before, but I would like to see if there are any new comments or thoughts on this topic., as well as the fact that the previous threads I have found are now closed.
Are there occupations out there that actually require you to wear a diaper, or perhaps where wearing a diaper is something that is an advantage for your being able to complete your work? Something that isn't an uncommon practice?
Previous threads have identified positions such as astronauts, pilots, divers, etc... In these situations, if you have to use the toilet, it isn't an easy thing to just do because you are not in a situation where you are able. But are there other occupations that may not be as common where this occurs?
One such occupation that I did not see in previous threads but there is strong evidence that it may be a good idea, is that of race car drivers. See the following link for reference.
In this situation, one of the most famous of drivers identifies that while race car drivers don't wear diapers as a common practice, it may not be a bad idea and perhaps some do.
As a pilot myself, I can share that I have had very painful experiences when I was in a situation where needing to use the toilet, but there was none around. Unfortunately, I was not wearing a diaper and it was a situation where while I held it as long as needed, it got to the point of hurting so bad I didn't know if I could make it. When having to focus on the different elements of landing an airplane in sometimes inclement weather or in challenging situations, the last thing you need is something that is so distracting such as feeling like your bladder is going to explode.
Are there other jobs/ occupations where you may either see this as a requirement or at least a real benefit and that some do wear diapers because of the nature of the work?
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