The idea for this thread came to me after a private chat with one member here and also after some recent experience as a carer myself.
I put it into the "Adult Baby"-forum because this topic applies mostly to people who would be willing to actually meet a carer in person and spend some with with them, and that's obviously only older TBs or ABs (anyone over your local age of consent). Anyone else is free to reply too though.
Let'S assume that you and a person you trust very much have agreed to meet up face-to-face, and that the other person will be your carer in the AB/TB sense. The purpose of this thread is for everyone to describe their expectations and feelings about a meeting like that.
What kind of role should the carer play? Should the carer be controlling or dominant, or rather loving and gentle?
What would you want your carer to do? Which activities would you expect? Which activities would you avoid at all costs?
Maybe decribe your feelings, fears, nervousness. How would you set up a meeting like that?
Please keep things realistic. I.e. don't post your dreams or fantasies here about going to some AB carer who has everything - from cribs to any item of clothing imaginable (unless you actually know someone like that...yes, it happens). Think about getting together with someone who's not a professional in that field and may be as unfamiliar and nervous as you may be.
And we want to try to have a mature discussion here, so keep the sexual stuff or immature conversations to a minimum. I'd really appreciate if people took the time to think long and hard before posting and not just post one sentence along the lines of "I want them to change my diaper!". Be more elaborate! Oh, and this is not the place to post warnings about not meeting up with people IRL...I said "meeting with someone you trust very much", so that's covered already.