Hey all! Just thought I would share a positive experience I just had with regards to my ABDL side. I finally told my very best friend about it last week! **WARNING: Text heavy! **
Let me start from the beginning: I told my best friend last month sometime that I had a fetish (but not specifically ABDLness). The reasoning behind me telling her, was because I was sick of lying to her. We make trips to a certain city to visit our friends every month or two. The last two trips I had met up with someone who I had met on Diaper Space. Of course I couldn't tell anyone how I had met this person and had to make up something. I felt like my web of lies was getting too complicated and that I needed to tell her the truth. Well the partial truth anyways. I also feel I can trust her and that she would accept me with or without being ABDL. We've known each other for about ten years and have been good friends in the time period. I figured if I had to tell anyone, it would be her. I just kind of explained that I had this fetish for a long time and that it was inborn, not learned. I recently just looked it up online and found a whole community of people into the same things as me.
As I was explaining it, one of the comments that stuck with me was, "Wow, it's like you're coming out of the closet..." And that really stuck with me. I was like, "Yeah...I guess it is." Like I would go to the grave with this secret. I have betrayed my morals by lying and being deceptive in order to protect this secret, as do many LBGTers do as well. I find it shameful and wish I did not feel this way. There are so many parallels it's crazy.
Ok, so fast forward to this last week. We were hanging out in a playground across the street from her house and playing on the equipment. I just felt this overwhelming urge to tell her the whole truth. I was like, "Please don't look at my any differently after this. I'm still the same person; this is just one small aspect of my life." So then I told her...Basically that I was into age-play and being treated like I'm a little girl and all the "trappings" that go with it. She was curious and asked me lots of questions and I answered honestly and the best I could. It really could not have gone any better. She wasn't weirded or grossed out or anything (or she didn't let on anyways); just wanted to understand more. She's interested enough that she wants to meet two other ABDLS I'm friends with and have met in real life.
I don't feel like our relationship has worsened by my disclosure, on the contrary probably strengthened. We had such an awesome, heartfelt conversation after wards and really bonded. I love my best friend. It feels so good to tell someone who isn't ABDL.
Thanks for reading! It would be fun to read about other people's experiences with telling their friends (good or bad).