I see a lot of posts from young or inexperienced people on when or where they can comfortably wear a diaper. To me, this really comes down to a lack of confidence. Take it from someone who is incontinent and has worn diapers my whole life, with a little preparation and the right product, there isn't much you cannot do while wearing a diaper. However, you have to remember these things:
1) no one cares what kind of undergarment you have on (except maybe parents or significant others)
2) certain clothes, baggy ones for example, hide diaper bulges very well.
3) certain diapers, pull-ons for example, are very thin.
4) muster confidence that you can do anything while wearing (and you can)
For example, this past weekend I ran in a 5K while wearing a maximum depends pull-on and no one was the wiser. By the way, it didn't chaff me either.
Another example, In my highly public job, I've been photographed many times for the newspaper while wearing a quality disposable. You just can't tell. I work around people all the time that have no idea that I am diapered.
I am obviously trying to put a positive spin on this. Why? Because I'm not just wearing, but using my diaper many times during the day (I pee way more than most people. How much more? Estimated between 12 and 20 times per day. It's hard to track.). The point of this thread is that if you really want to wear or need to wear a diaper then by all means find one that will fit you, after some time your body will be accustomed to it, and, like the mindtricked stormtrooper on my Star Wars ringtone says, "you can go about your business."