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    Has anybody else noticed a strange contrast here, not in a bad way more in a curious sort of way? People seem absolutely determined to feel like a toddler or a baby as much as possible, even to the point of kitting out a room in baby stuff or trying to make themselves incontinent, and if not that then generally just wearing kids clothing/diapers and role-playing,. Feeling infantile seems to be like the ultimate goal and the best thing ever.

    Yet as soon as people’s parents invade their privacy or root through their stuff people are up in arms like it’s the worst thing that could possibly happen. “Oh noes my mum saw me in a diaper” or “oh no my dad went through my stuff and saw my pacifier”.

    It’s just an interesting observation for me but I don’t think people want their fantasies to be real at all, no matter how much fun it seems when ‘playing’ the very idea of someone discovering their diapers or going through their stuff seems to make them freak out. Let alone them being forced to wear diapers or having their day to day life controlled. It just makes me think that if people’s fantasies were actually real they would hate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan155 View Post
    It’s just an interesting observation for me but I don’t think people want their fantasies to be real at all, no matter how much fun it seems when ‘playing’ the very idea of someone discovering their diapers or going through their stuff seems to make them freak out. Let alone them being forced to wear diapers or having their day to day life controlled. It just makes me think that if people’s fantasies were actually real they would hate it.
    That's why they are called fantasies?

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    I think you got things mixed up... When one is caught, it is their current situation that is compromised (as in, their real life is affected) rather than a fantasy becoming true, which is why people get altered (because there are consequences in real life, which isn't fantasy).

    Hypothetically... In a fantasy (if it was to become true), the whole situation of life would be changed making it so that your original life (which no longer exists) can't be compromised and letting you live as a toddler/infant/whatever you want to without worrying about anything, ever.

    You mixed fantasy with reality.

    When/if someone wants a fantasy to become real, they don't want it to become partially real (just like your example), but completely real.
    I still think some people want their fantasies to become real and some just want to have them as fantasies.

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    I've also thought about this. It makes me ponder how exactly a romantic relationship would work out. Sure, there's the part of me that lusts after an unrealistic fantasy, but then there's the growing part of me that isn't sure that realization of that fantasy would be enjoyable. It causes me to realize what the feelings and perceptions of others mean to me.

    If only we could build holodecks (reality simulating video games in the Star Trek universe). That'd be a fun and interesting way to get some answers to this heaven/hell question. It's interesting to me how human desires are formed and function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TygerLily View Post
    That's why they are called fantasies?
    This ^

    Along with the fact that most people's parents would have a seriously negative reaction, and wouldn't carry out their fantasies, like forcing them into diapers.

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    It's really a matter of rejection. If you knew your parents would be ok with you wearing/would be your mommy/daddy, it wouldn't be problem if they found out. Unless of course it has a strongly sexual place in your life, in which case you don't want your parents to find your baby stuff any more than you would want them to find your porn collection. It's not really a matter of actualizing a fantasy or not, since in most cases of discovery this is not a valid possibility.

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    Yeha i think its more of a realization of "oh crap here goes something that is going to interfere with my normal life and there fore interrupt the path to possibility" in regards to any kind a fantasy, and in that sense we get extremely defensive and its mostly irrational 85% of the time.

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    I struggle with this a lot. On the one hand I spend a lot of time and energy to be and become that successful person (title, power, money...) with a perfect image (not fake, just strong, coherent etc.), and on the other hand I want people to know that I wear diapers and like cross-dressing. Where this is best illustrated is my wanting to expose my diapers in public but at the same time I am horrified by the thought that a colleague would see me. It is as if I want to project two images at once.

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    Yea in wanting to project two images comes the confusion, i think the serenity comes in a balanced fusion and integration of both to an acceptable degree which i hope we can all achieve

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    In most cases the fantasy is to have A parental figure do it. In the majority of cases this doesn't necessarily mean their biological parent or even a relative, it means a fantasy parental figure who doesn't find it in the slightest bit odd to have a [insert 2 digit age here] old acting like a pre-potty training infant

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