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    I wouldn't get too worked up over it, it's mostly a phase the vast super majority of younger AB/DLs will grow out of. As for the very very small minority that don't, often tend to put months, even years of research into what they're getting into. It could very well be a form of BIID that could go deeper than just simple fantasy.

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    I'm going with bobbilly on this one. Every month or so, a few of these articles crops up where someone posts about wanting incontinence/bedwetting/etc. Then people jump in and give the usual "you don't want this" speeches. My favorite is the "I am offended because I have incontinence and you shouldn't want what I have" speech. Seriously people, this is an ABDL board. Being offended by the reason someone might wear diapers differently than you ridiculous! Something that hurts nobody but the poster isn't much different than being offended by having to "look" upon a gay person in your church. Anti-gay people for example might argue that by a person being gay, this would negatively affect their entire family as well as the church they go to, so the gay person is therefore selfish when in reality the problem is with the intolerant person and the gay person happens to be living in their "truth"? Is it possible those that desire incontinence, whether or not they make it happen, are indeed living in their "truth"?

    I have to say the information given by SnowPrincessSophie is refreshing and certainly lends more towards supporting people. The topic does border (and may cross the line in some people's opinions) into the self-harm category, but this is supposed to be a support group. This topic has been discussed since prior to the internet becoming mainstream (the BBS days). You can Google it and the hypnosis audio files have been made at least since the late 80s to achieve this and I don't see it going away anytime soon. For those that have a true mental illness or who request this type of thing may have been victims of child abuse, or other traumatic experiences. I'd rather see replies along the lines of sympathy rather than those that can just alienate these people. Just as those who feel they can't become "complete" unless surgically changing genders, which depending on your opinion, would be in the self-harm category, I don't see desired incontinence any different.

    There is a percentage of people, albeit probably very small as SnowPrincessSophie has said, that truly wouldn't feel complete otherwise. Just about everyone who reads and posts on this site are not accepted by our culture as a whole at the present time, so I'm shocked at times how judgmental some of these off-the-cuff posts are. If we cannot be accepting of others similar to us, how can we expect society as a whole to accept ABDL's? I'm not saying to violate the rules of this blog, but a change in attitude towards others is overdue. We might all learn something. Rant over.

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    I have been incontinent and dependant on nappies for about 6 years now. Looking back I don't think I would have chosen this but to be honest it hasn't been a big deal. I accepted it very quickly and soon became DL as a result of wearing nappies 24/7. Now I honestly couldn't imagine life any other way. I am not going to encourage anyone to be incontinent but all I will say with the right attitude it is no big deal and actually quite enjoyable.

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    I think it is beneficial to members of our community who want incontinence that they can read about the implications that being incontinent has on you life. To some going 24/7 is justification to wear and for others its a fantasy to be incontinent because it makes them feel more babyish. I think a dose of reality is good because separating reality from fantasy is what some younger AB/DLs haven't learned yet, with time comes wisdom and something you want now you might hate when you get older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST50 View Post
    Looking back I don't think I would have chosen this but to be honest it hasn't been a big deal. I accepted it very quickly and soon became DL as a result of wearing nappies 24/7.
    I'm in the same boat. It's a little bit different because I have an understanding significant other, but definitely there are several times each week where I'm just as happy to be in diapers as I feel frustrated. I had a leak today in public, which hasn't happened in months, but I've decided to start wearing plastic pants over my disposables again and am getting on with it. It's hard to say that I like being dependent on constant protection, but considering the alternative it's not a bad solution.

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    Obviously doing anything bad to yourself to make yourself IC is self-harm and worthy of trying to stop the person doing it (though good luck with that if they are an adult and they are determined).

    People who wear 24/7 for a long time and then end up IC are different though - you can't really say they don't know what they are getting into - as they have lived the life for a very long time before anything becomes permament (unless they are very unlucky - and in which case they were probably going to have problems some day anyway).

    Even as a DL I can tell it's not easy - and they must have some pretty strong need to go through with it - possibly some deep emotional pain that it helps with.

    As others have said for most people it is just a fantasy.
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    I've wanted to be incontinent for as long as I can remember. For me it's more of fitting my own body image, and being comfortable with who I am. And there is nothing wrong with that.

    When someone thinks people must be insane to want incontinence, they are thinking of urge incontinence. This is what I've had for the last 20 years, and yeah it would be insane to want this constant pain. However, what everyone actually refers to when they say they want to be incontinent is to be functionally incontinent.

    With functional incontinence you never feel the need to pee, and your bladder never fills up very much at all. When using a good diaper this is actually a great convenience. It is relieving not being a slave to the toilet. Leaks are seldom at worst, and changes are always done at your own convenience- not your bladders.

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    Al i can ad in this is be VERY careful what youre wishing for as you might get it. And the road back may be very long and crooked, or even unreachable . If someone fantazize and dream about become incontinent then thats there right to do so or even try to get to this stage BUT again what i belive is that we al must be able to separate reel life from fantasy. & also the actuall result might actually not be what you thought when you fantized about this and the first exitment wears of and you STILL have no way back (or utliest a very long way ) regardless how this has gone so old. Not to mention the cost of diapers and al the rest needed (gasp ) i can easily think of things im way more happy to spend my few earned money on than this.

    I agree 100 % with the previos statements that fantasy is and must ALWAYS be separated from Reel life because if we start to mix the two then we are in deep trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missy1 View Post
    Al i can ad in this is be VERY careful what youre wishing for as you might get it. And the road back may be very long and crooked, or even unreachable . If someone fantazize and dream about become incontinent then thats there right to do so or even try to get to this stage BUT again what i belive is that we al must be able to separate reel life from fantasy. & also the actuall result might actually not be what you thought when you fantized about this and the first exitment wears of and you STILL have no way back (or utliest a very long way ) regardless how this has gone so old. Not to mention the cost of diapers and al the rest needed (gasp ) i can easily think of things im way more happy to spend my few earned money on than this.

    I agree 100 % with the previos statements that fantasy is and must ALWAYS be separated from Reel life because if we start to mix the two then we are in deep trouble.
    Oh I absolutely agree with you. I wanted to become incontinent for a long time. Then one day I got into a car wreck and did become -urge- incontnent. It was NOT exactly what I was wishing for.

    Already being a DL set me back too. I felt guilty of wearing diapers, and even underserving to have that perfect excuse to have them- in spite of still loving to wear them. Like you said, my two realities didn't mix so well (at first).

    This all said, I would never give up my diapers now. And when I am openly dripping all the time and functionally incontinent, I enjoy every minute of it. It IS what I have seeking in life (and still am thanks to not yet being physically stabalized down there). This part I have no regrets on.

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    Sorry to hijack the thread, but it's _really_ nice to see Slomo back. At a time when it looked like he really needed some support due to his ongoing issues, the forum banned him ...

    Back to thread topic...

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