Here's what I mean by the question in the title:
Every now and then I'll be talking with people or I'll see something on TV involving changing diapers, normally when the topic is an actual baby.
And normally when discussing diaper changing, it's looked at as a chore and something that's just nasty and unpleasant...just a part of life.
Now, I've actually never taken care of a baby and I've never changed a baby's diaper. But I'm sure that these descriptions are totally accurate...especially for a parent who has to change tons of diapers all of the time.
But I always hate hearing about it because it makes diapers seem kind of...dead. Like there's nothing special about them. They're just an unpleasantness in life. So whenever I see something like this or if it ever comes up, it immediately lowers my interest in diapers and AB stuff.
For me the exact opposite of this is something like one of those cozy diaper commercials. They make diapers are fluffy and nice and soft and clean...like they're wonderful. And the parents always seem to love changing diapers and it's this special little thing. In all of my AB fantasies, that's what diapers are...they're not a bad thing, they're not just a job or a chore.
Can anyone else relate to what I'm saying at all?