I'm getting old enough that I'm feeling a lot of pressure to pursue a relationship. I know that my ABDL side is very important to me and I would not want to give that up, even if it meant being alone for the rest of my life.
I do want a married, "normal" relationship. But ABDL-ism would have to be part of it. Otherwise, I'd never be satisfied. If I was trapped in a marriage with someone who wouldn't accept this part of myself, I couldn't be happy. I don't think this would be fair to myself or my wife.
I've read many posts here describing various relationships ABDL men have had. They seem to mostly fall into three groups.
1) A marriage with a wife who doesn't understand or accept ABDL-ism and is fearful of it.
2) Having some kind of sketchy non-committal relationship with "mommy" or "daddy" figures.
3) Having a gay relationship with an understanding partner.
None of those relationships would be acceptable for me. So, I was wondering if there is any hope at all. Does any man here have a wife who understands and fully accepts his ABDL-ism?