Lately, I've been thinking about the stereotyping of adult babies and how most cases, we're seen as fat, lonely and pathetic. And there is the sissy baby stereotype as well. Well, I'd love to try to debunk those stereotypes. First off, about me and the stereotype
1: I can't stand kid shows or kid movies however there are occasional exceptions such as SpongeBob and stuff from when I was a kid. I'd rather watch CNN and ESPNews than Cartoon Network or Disney. Not my cup of tea: The Stereotype- ABs love kiddie shows and movies
2: I'm not lonely and I spend a lot of time with friends when I can: The Stereotype- All ABs are lonely and spend time wearing and using diapers and alone
3: I'm not a sissy baby: The Stereotype- All AB males are sissies and like being baby girls
4: I read Tom Clancy, John Grisham, George Orwell, Isacc Asimov, Clarke, Star Trek novels and other sci-fi. I'm well-read in theory and analysis: The Stereotype- ABs are not into adult novels and would rather read Curious George
5: I like beer, sports, and vulgar comedies: The Stereotype- ABs don't like alcoholic drink or vulgarity
6: I like violent video games and sports games: The Stereotype- ABs don't play video games
7: I'm not a fat lonely loser; In fact I've lost a lot of weight in two years: The Stereotype- All AB males are fat and lonely pathetic people.
I've often wondered what other stereotypes are out there. I know that there are some and I'd love to try to debunk some of them. I've just had this on my mind lately and I think that's why I don't fit in well in a lot of AB forums because I don't feel like I'm the stereotype AB.
Would love to see what other ABs think of this.