Diapercentricism. I'm sure someone else has used the term, and if they haven't... well, then count me as the creator of a new word. We all have seen or made jokes about people who, regardless of the conversation at hand, ramble on for hours about how much they like diapers, theirs or someone else's. We also constantly talk about the big issue of 'invasion of someone's space,' both here on ADISC and in general society in general.
Diapercentricism, by my definition, is someone who constantly talks about, refers to, alludes to, and/or screams constantly that they love diapers.
Now, we've been slowly drifting away from this idea of diapercentricism for a while now. With the advent of sites like ADISC, the diapercentric community is now spread between other major sites.
Now, I was just recently (all of an hour ago) in a group conversation via the popular computer program "Skype," and whilst in there I made an interesting discovery. One of the people in the chat was trying to turn the generally relaxed and calm status of the non *b/DL conversation into a conversation about diapers, even when others clearly stated that they didn't want to talk about that. I explained to the fellow that he should probably stop that, since he was specifically targeting the conversation at the only girl there. I also explained to him that it's people like that, who force conversations like that with someone who ISN'T a *B/DL, who are giving us a bad name 75% of the time, if not more.
My biggest question is, what do you all think? Should we even bother caring about the diapercentricism still here in the *B/DL culture, or should we outright say that it's wrong to do? I'm curious as to what you all think. Oh, also- writer's note! The two examples here are the ones that I thought up that could be the harshest on all fronts, so please, don't take them to heart.
Now, here's the big thing- should we care?