OK, this is a question that I think is reasonable and people of our nature should think about when wearing in public.
If someone confronts you about wearing a diaper how should you respond?
And I don't just mean what to say but also consider the tone of voice, facial expressions, and etc. (yours and theirs)
What would you say if they ask an indirect question like: what is that smell? or do you have baby powder on you?
There are several things to consider in the approach when providing an answer to their question: Stranger vs. someone you know, location such as shopping vs. work, how did they identify you wearing? etc...
Obviously the goal is to minimize the exposure and apologize appropriately if you are trying to be discrete. Albeit there is a certain thrill to being "caught" we have to be considerate of the people around us, so at least apologizing can keep you from looking bad. (I don't want to imply that you should apologize for who you are but instead the situation at hand.) Choosing to wear is different than being incontinent and therefore certain considerations should be made, whether its to know how to respond to an impromptu question or know not to respond at all.
We tend to be paranoid because we know we're wearing diapers, but we should be able to respond in a way that is not "bad" to ourselves. I've seen alot of questions about being caught but what about after, how do you do damage control, so to speak?
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