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    PufftheButt, if I were you, sunscreen, as it'll be hot, and sunburn hurts, sunglasses, as it'll be bright, and if you have seizures, dimming those strobe lights is imperative, and earplugs, because it'll be loud, would be on my list of things to pack. Heck, I'm not you, and they are anyway. Also, if it were me, it'd be nice if my zip-top, "disposal and protection against tousling bags," had some color to them, to hide the prints, lest they think it's some kind of creepy costume. I doubt they'd think you were gonna dress as Baby New Year, naked, but for the paci 'round your neck, and your diaper, but hey, people can be silly.
    I found a link I hope helps you. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/gu...-disabilities/. My, how rude, insensitive, and self-centered of me, huh? Yeah, I know. I'm just horrible. Visit Pooh bear for me!
    Last edited by SpAzpieSweeTot; 1 Week Ago at 14:48.

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    Well,

    Being that i do have a disabled placard (2 in fact)...and beyond maybe 100yds once a day or so is about all i can do on very very level ground...

    Anyhow....

    Yes, any decent hotel will take packages for you before your arival, but do call them first or e-mail them and wait for their response and all should be golden.

    As for wearing at Walt’s, you shouldn’t have any issues, security isn’t going to ask/inquire, they’d be fired if they made any mention of ic products even colored and prints...as if you are IC that would be against the ada and i’m Sure about 100 corporate rules as well.

    As for going to shows, yes! There are adults without kids at most them already...

    As for warmth,that’s difficult, but keep hydrated and you’ll be fine, get indoors during the noon time if you can and get some ac.

    Now, as for family/disabled bathroom usage...I need them, and my wheelchair does too...but I’ve seen ‘normal’ looking people using the bathrooms for disabled, and know that sometimes you cannot see the disability as in IC or even hard to see with some other needs as well...

    I know my father needed the disabled toilets, and needed space to deal with his feeding tube and colostomy and urine bags before his death, yet he still looked “normal” and walked everywhere...hard to know he was going through massive radiation/chemo for cancer in throat, stomach and Weill his whole go tract...

    I’ve had people look when i pull into a disabled parking space and say go to the local pharmacy, as it’s a small place and i can do that 15-20 yards on good days.

    But, mall, ikea, parks, and even wal-mart are never a second look as i’m In a wheelchair (same me)...

    So, my take is if it helps/need a larger space to change then that is fine...even if it’s not a “true’ disability I’m sure even abdl’s will appreciate not having their clothes and what not dragging in urine and shit on the floor, and others may be appreciative of the abdl’s not getting more mess around by not having the space to do the job proper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbabybret View Post
    Well,

    Being that i do have a disabled placard (2 in fact)...and beyond maybe 100yds once a day or so is about all i can do on very very level ground...

    Anyhow....

    Yes, any decent hotel will take packages for you before your arival, but do call them first or e-mail them and wait for their response and all should be golden.

    As for wearing at Walt’s, you shouldn’t have any issues, security isn’t going to ask/inquire, they’d be fired if they made any mention of ic products even colored and prints...as if you are IC that would be against the ada and i’m Sure about 100 corporate rules as well.

    As for going to shows, yes! There are adults without kids at most them already...

    As for warmth,that’s difficult, but keep hydrated and you’ll be fine, get indoors during the noon time if you can and get some ac.

    Now, as for family/disabled bathroom usage...I need them, and my wheelchair does too...but I’ve seen ‘normal’ looking people using the bathrooms for disabled, and know that sometimes you cannot see the disability as in IC or even hard to see with some other needs as well...

    I know my father needed the disabled toilets, and needed space to deal with his feeding tube and colostomy and urine bags before his death, yet he still looked “normal” and walked everywhere...hard to know he was going through massive radiation/chemo for cancer in throat, stomach and Weill his whole go tract...

    I’ve had people look when i pull into a disabled parking space and say go to the local pharmacy, as it’s a small place and i can do that 15-20 yards on good days.

    But, mall, ikea, parks, and even wal-mart are never a second look as i’m In a wheelchair (same me)...

    So, my take is if it helps/need a larger space to change then that is fine...even if it’s not a “true’ disability I’m sure even abdl’s will appreciate not having their clothes and what not dragging in urine and shit on the floor, and others may be appreciative of the abdl’s not getting more mess around by not having the space to do the job proper.
    Yeah, let me re-word what I was saying. Not all disabilities are visible, and I know it. I'm not an insensitive moron.

    Here's the compass I'd use. Would you need the help, room, or rail, if you weren't indulging in ABDL? Yes? Fine. No? Not cool, not technically illegal, but, not cool. I understand that the O.P. would benefit from extra space, because of autism, no matter what. I just hope she's tactful, and not taking unnecessary advantage regarding a companion, and thus, the companion restrooms. If she'd need her companion, even without indulging in ABDL, fine, but, hopefully, she'll stand up to change, since she can, leaving the rare changing table for those who need it.

    To clarify, the whole, 'colored ziplocks,' thing would help me feel better. If the O.P. doesn't mind prints being seen, I don't think she has much reason to worry, because, unless security is stupid enough to believe she'll be showing them off, like a costume, which I don't think they are, everything should be fine, and, more power to her.
    Last edited by SpAzpieSweeTot; 1 Week Ago at 17:58.

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    It seems my last post a few days ago is missing so ill say it again. I've been to Disney World a number of times, always thickly diapered and always with spare diapers in a backpack. Their security will check your bag, but does not care. I haven't tried yet, but I'm not sure you'd even get a snicker at ab prints, as they are trained to not say anything unless it is clearly innapropriate (like a sex toy or whatever).

    The event shows are all open to everyone. Unofficially so are their family restrooms. I'm mostly ok for standing and short distances, but have used their family rooms to change my diaper simply because of the lines. Normally I just use a regular stall though, as once you've had to change in an airplane bathroom a stall is outright spacious.

    As for clothing concealment, I often wear jean shorts or slacks made with a lighter material. You will want a long lenght tee shirt as well so you can tuck it in and make sure it won't come untucked.

    Also, if you don't want to pay for the hotel to hold your package you can always bring them with you. When in their own bag of medical supplies you can check that bag at airlines for free. Though you'll be lugging around another bag so it's a trade off.

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    The Disney security is only looking for prohibited items in bags such as weapons and selfie sticks. Theyíre not going to care if you bring ABDL printed diapers into the park. As far as a place to change, I remember the bathrooms being kind of loud and busy. I donít think anyone would notice or even care if they hear you changing in a regular bathroom stall. BTW, I love going to Disneyworld. I would go every year if I could afford it. As far as wearing diapers in the heat, I found that wearing a Tykables romper to keep the plastic from making contact with my skin works. It keeps me from chafing and hasnít ever wicked the urine from my diaper.

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