Hear me out... I'm from Puerto Rico, where I live it's around 80-100 year round. Coldest it gets... 65 on a stormy windy day it's a bit insane. So when I hear that you guys don't wear diapers in the summer I question this. Why? Well I know for a fact that a good percentage of the houses in the US (90%?) have Central Air and heating. or mostly Air. It's pretty standard in the US. I mean even the cheapest dinkies places must have it. It's just one of those things that you guys kinda take for granted.
Back home in PR. We have to bear the heat night and day, we get no relief from the heat why? Because only a lucky few are able to get AC and if they do they have to pay the bill. What's the bill? Around $600 a month for always on AC. Don't believe me? My family pays close to $200 with fans on. Why? Something with the government ripping us off and the fact that it's mostly petroleum based generators. NO wind or water or what have you. So there is our problem.
So I"m a Puertorican who's spending the summer in DC/Maryland area and I've never been so cool, i'm always in air conditioning and there is very little uncomfortablity. I can wear diapers whenever it's nice and cool and no need to worry about heat. I usually wear in that type of weather the whole 80-100 degree crap, I would go walk in a diaper out in the sun with that heat. So I don't understand why you guys can't wear diapers? Could you please answer me? DO you just not use AC? does your house not have it? Please answer me guys.... I'm really curious.