1) Hello! Who are you?
I'm a regular girl in a regular city. I don't have a lot of friends because I'm not hugely great at social interaction, and tend to avoid people IRL! haha.
2) What brings you here? (interest in diapers/regression)
I've been wearing 24/7 for almost a year now, in what started as curiosity and led to me realizing that I love the feeling of diapers. They're warm and soft and just lovely. Then, about... three? months after I started wearing for fun, a series of unfortunate events befell my city, and I started bedwetting. That spilled over (no pun intended) into daytime wetting, especially when sneezing or coughing or laughing! So it's a case of I started by liking them, and have ended up pretty much needing them.
3) Diapers do not rule our lives! What are your other interests? (besides diapers/regression)
I'm a bit of a homebody, and it's not all because of the diapers, though that plays a part. I like watching old tv shows like the Brady Bunch or the Cosby Show - in these troubling times, they're like the visual equivalent of comfort food, you know? I've been known to write, and if I'm honest I can get kind of snotty with people who don't know their homophones - two/to/too and they're/their/there mistakes get right on my wick! But I'm usually pretty good about pointing it out nicely if I have to point it out at all, haha!
I like video games too, but I don't really have the attention span to sit and play all day. I typically flit between a number of activities in a day, perhaps two books, a bunch of episodes, and a couple of games, as the mood strikes me.
4) What are you looking for out of this site? What would you love to do here?
It'd be nice to talk to people who get it. I'm a little tired of the politics between the functionally incontinent and the AB/DL community. I don't want to be inflammatory in my introduction, but succinctly, I think it's a bit rude for DLs to hop into threads where truly incontinent people are looking for help with their very real disability, and say things like "oh man you're so lucky I wish I was incontinent!" I'm more about people thinking before they speak, not just about what they're saying, but about how their words can be taken. I mean, you're never going to please all of the people all of the time, but I guess as long as you're not deliberately out to hurt people, and can take constructive criticism when you mess up, that's the main thing, right?
I'm getting long winded. It's nice to meet people and I hope to talk to a lot of you soon