Normally I don't post introductions- it feels weird to reduce my existence to a string of text not to exceed a certain character limit. Then again, I'm bored, so why not?
I'm a pretty normal guy: girlfriend (yes, she knows), life, career-in-progress. I'm looking to go back to school for medicine right now.
I'm a pretty outdoors person, I like camping, hiking, kayaking, fishing, etc. Always been that way, pretty much. I'm happiest with a pack out on the trail, and hope to one day thru-hike the Appalachian Trail. I'm also working on my SCUBA certification.
Aside from the ABDL aspect, I'm also transgender and (more or less) bisexual. I find sexuality a fascinating topic, as well as gender, in how we use them and develop them within ourselves.
I'm a very religious person and a devoted Wiccan. I belong to a church (ask if you're curious) but don't have a coven, for a few different reasons. Though, I hope to find one at some point in the future. I find religion and spirituality a fascinating topic. It's a big part of who I am, and it's one I developed in light, and not in spite, of my ABDLism. It's one thing I love talking to people about, both mine and their's. I like to know how other people think of Creation differently than I do. Respectfully, of course.
Biographically, I thought I was alone until one day when I was suspended from school for a fight (oh yea, I totally won) and had the computer to myself for a day. Though I started off looking at pictures of, well, take a guess (I WAS 12, after all), I eventually did a search for the phrase "adult baby", having no idea what I expected to pop up. I few seconds later I found DPF, and realized I wasn't alone. This was a long time ago, late 90s- DPF didn't even have its teen forum yet. But I knew I wasn't alone. I didn't check after that for a long time, as my Dad looked in the internet history (oops) and I got in huge trouble. Luckily, DPF was dismissed with all the other things I'd been looking at.
A few years later, with my own computer, I went back to DPF and found the teen forum. I signed up and was a regular for a few years, checking less as school started demanding more of my time and the site began to fall to trolls. I haven't had a diaper-home on the internet since, though I hope this might be a new one!