I recently got to a point in my therapy where we (my therapist and I) were trying to find a better understanding of the feelings I get from wearing diapers or dressing up. I have come to accept my need for others to acknowledge my wearing diapers and genderbending clothing and my need for others to show an interest in them. But since most of the situations in which others see and know that I am wearing are with people I am not close to (gyms and airports), I just don't have enough opportunity to explore what it feels like when someone does acknowledge and show interest.
Long story short, my therapist suggested that I wear my things when coming to therapy. The idea is that I could then explore the feelings that come up when I share my wearing with someone who knows me pretty well.
On the one hand this sounds very logical and even liberating. On the other hand it seems inappropriate.
PS: I have made the decision to go to a support group for men in the "other" category, i.e. whose sexuality and/or identity doesn't fit into the broad categories of straight, bi, gay or trans. It starts next week. Yeah.