I wanted to address this topic in a formal way in this forum because I felt it to be an aspect of this whole thing that is not commonly or openly discussed enough. I really hope that you guys can help shed light on this some more.
When I was a kid I was raised by parents that were very straight about how they viewed sex and anything leading up to sex: It was icky and nasty. Whenever there would be a hint as to a sex scene in a movie or on television, they immediately either skipped it or changed the channel. They never discussed anything of the sort, nor was I led to believe that they ever had a sexual relationship with each other after I was born. I don't believe they ever meant to imply that sex was completely immoral, but as a young kid, not knowing anything about it, and later on, when I learned more about it, I always thought of it as such. Sex was just plain wrong to me. I associated sex with unethicality and, more or less, that is how my mind views it today. I have very little desire to engage in sex in any way and I just find it kind of nasty to think about. My friends think I'm a saint and I thought I certainly was for a while. But the thing I was obviously not including in this whole thought was something I could never discuss openly, the desire to wear diapers.
I hear stories about how preaching abstinence is a useless and futile effort. I never thought it as much of a big deal, but maybe that is because I took the sexual tendencies I had and placed them with this fetish. So I wanted you guys to respond to this and share your experiences in regards to how you were raised and how this stuff has affected your desire to have sexual relationships with people.