After watching the third installment in the 'Zeitgeist' film series, by Peter Joseph, brought me to the question of sexuality and fetishes. For those who don't know, the film details the 'Zeitgeist Movement', which is the 'activist arm of the Venus Project'. The 'Venus Project' is essentially a Utopian society, though they feel that changing human behaviors will stop the possibility of a totalitarian regime.
Anyway, most of us have this sexual urge to the feel/smell/noise of a diaper, and some of us feel that we understand its origins. But when I went about finding information regarding this urge on the Venus Project FAQ, I stumbled upon something very interesting. Here's the full quote taken straight from the FAQ section on the Venus Project website (with bolded sentences):
When I thought about this, I kind of agree with their point. One of the reasons that, I believe, started this diaper fetish is the apparent strangeness that this fetish is perceived in society. That idea might not have been the entire reason, but its probably a significant portion of it. It could also stem from the "Internets", as so many pundits of said, for allowing "strange" sexual behaviors to be readily available to any teen with an Internet connection and Google.Originally Posted by Venus Project's FAQ
Could this idea of society's cloaked view of sex be the genesis for sexual behaviors? Can society change after centuries of these behaviors? I really want to read about your opinions because it seems like an important discussion.