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    from what I have observed there are a lot more males that are abdl than females. Is there a reason for this, or am I wrong?

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    I think there was a very unofficial study done and male AB/DLs make up 75% of our population with females at 25%. It's just how it works as if it's in the AB/DL contract. I'm sure no one really knows why.

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    There is also a real question as to whether males are more likely to participate in identifying themselves in such studies and communities than females. This is a function of culture and society. So, this poses another question, are there really more males than females who are ABDL, or is it more gender neutral but females are simply less likely to acknowledge this or participate in ABDL forums and communities? It is a tough question to resolve.

    But, regardless of whether this is the case or no, the fact remains that there are quite a few less women who participate in the ABDL communities than men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josephxylose View Post
    from what I have observed there are a lot more males that are abdl than females. Is there a reason for this, or am I wrong?
    I did some research on the subject myself because I was curious. And it turns out that female ABDL's are actually quite more rare than males.

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    That makes no sense and I don't believe it. I think women just feel more natural and comfortable with themselves and don't feel the need to join the support community.

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    Also, a lot of women don't like getting sexually hit on my male creepers, often found on diaper sites, sadly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fascinating View Post
    That makes no sense and I don't believe it. I think women just feel more natural and comfortable with themselves and don't feel the need to join the support community.

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    Interesting, you may be right on the personal comfortability front, but I have experienced and found that it's a little opposite, that women are usually a lot more sheepish, avoidant and tightlipped when it comes to sexual kinks, fetishes and behaviours outside of the norm whereas men are much more inclined towards openly embracing and being declarative of their sexual desires, fantasies and kinks.

    From my personal experience, most of the women that I have known and have dated were far more private when it came to kinks than men, far more vanilla too. Many of my previous girlfriends were also incredibly shy about their past sexual encounters and experiences despite the fact that many of them had sex more times than I could count, they were so secretive and almost embarrassed. In my relationships, I always instigated the fetish and fantasy talk, my girlfriends never divulged their respective kinks to me until after I told them about my own idiosyncrasies and quirks.

    I agree with you though, I've always thought that there were much more women in the community than studies tend to show. I only have like 3 in person ABDL friends, 2 of them are male 1 is female, pretty even. A quick search of sites like Fetlife yields quite a lot of female ABDL's, switches and caregivers as well.

    It would be interesting to see what would be brought to light if new studies were taken, but then again surveys are somewhat pointless, they can never take into account the full number of people they are intending to statistically represent and gain data on and there are some people who, male or female and while interested, will never come out of the nursery, so to speak. Some people will also never even join an online group for this sort of thing and explore it in anonymity, I'd assume that there are still a lot of people with ABDL interests that will likely explore this side of themselves in complete secrecy/privacy, people like his will never factor into any survey/study.

    With the advent of tumblr, reddit and other forms of social media and networking, I've noticed a surge of a lot of vocal and diverse females within the community coming out, there is definitely an upswing in the presence of female ABDL's and DDLG's. If a new survey was done, the ratio would still be male dominated, I think, but it certainly wouldn't be as skewed as 75 to 25, I'm thinking it would probably be along the lines of 60/40 or something like that.



    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    Also, a lot of women don't like getting sexually hit on my male creepers, often found on diaper sites, sadly.
    That could be another reason why, some guys just don't know how to take a hint. I think many of them are desperate and looking for connections in a very wrong way while others are just possessive and pushy creeps.

    One of the reasons why I don't frequent Fetlife anymore is because a pushy guy in my local area wanted me to be his 24/7 Baby Boy, he wanted this despite the fact that I said on my account that I was looking for friends, switches or a Mommy, 24/7 wasn't even on my list of interests/fetishes. I also pleasantly declined his offers with the usual, "I'm not ready for something like that"," I like being an adult too" and "I'm just looking for friends" and he still couldn't take a hint. I am a guy and I experienced this problem, I gotta imagine it's much more frequent and maybe even a little worse for the girls.

    While pushy guys unfortunately exist, it shouldn't frighten off and hasn't frightened off all female AB's as evidenced by the upswing of female AB's/DDLG's I've been noticing within the community. Guys like that also give good, honest, respectful and friendly Baby Boys and Daddy's a bad name.

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    Honestly I'd say there are probably an equal amount of male to female but I doubt the majority of females need to go onto support sites like this or other things like that or hesitate to because of the overwhelming male population online. Plus I would imagine its very easy for female ab/dls to find someone accepting more so than it is for males thus probably reducing the amount of women who go onto forums and online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AddyShadows View Post
    Honestly I'd say there are probably an equal amount of male to female but I doubt the majority of females need to go onto support sites like this or other things like that or hesitate to because of the overwhelming male population online. Plus I would imagine its very easy for female ab/dls to find someone accepting more so than it is for males thus probably reducing the amount of women who go onto forums and online.
    Good points. I didn't even think that women might be intimidated to join a community that was predominantly men, but that makes sense, I mean, even I've dealt with some pushy males in the scene.

    Is it really easier for women to find willing partners? I always thought that finding a partner as an ABDL would be difficult regardless of gender and sexual orientation, after all, being a big baby is admittedly, a tough sell.
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    The question isn't if... it's why... which sadly I don't have a clear answer for despite some theories.

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