There's a thread going right now about when we accepted ourselves and our diaper desires, and in that thread, I posed a question. As that thread goes on, I'm thinking that it's worth a thread of its own.
Seeing various posts on here (and from talking to people and replies from other sites, et cetera) I've noticed that some people "discover" their diaper desires, and others (like me) have had them as long as they can remember.
That said, I am wondering if that early level of awareness in some alters how readily someone accept their desires. I would assert that those of us who have always known and struggled with these desires have had far more exposure to anti-diaper messages, various exposure to humiliation or the humiliation of others for things like wetting accidents or a need of diapers past childhood, et cetera, akin to how a gay person will be way more impacted by anti-gay rhetoric than will a straight person that likely won't notice it (since it doesn't apply to them).
I would hypothesize that a person that doesn't discover their diaper desires until later on wouldn't be as affected by the anti-diaper messages of society, whereas the additional negative exposure would make it harder to accept our diaper desires for those of us that know of them very early on.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this?