I just recently joined, and I've been reading thru the forums like a mad man on a mission. I posted a few times now and tried to be as helpful as I can. But I keep noticing a common theme. people seem to be opposed to tell other people about their fetish.
Now if your in high school I strongly agree with this idea. Don't tell anyone until after high school. High school sucks for everyone and having that kind of secret floating around is just a bad idea. But after that's over, life gets a whole lot better once your out on your own.
I have told people with both good and bad results. I have made plenty of mistakes along the way. Told people too much or not enough. Shoved it down people's throats who didn't deserve to see all this. People who didn't need to see.
But I have told people with some very fantastic results. I have diapered so many girls that my friends think I'm lying when I talk about it. But it's all true. I've had my diapers changed by so many people I lost count. My friend even lets his wife change my diapers.
I have a loving and amazing girlfriend who had never even heard of such a thing when she met me. Now she wears diapers with me whenever I ask her to. She will diaper me 24/7 although she won't always change my poopy diapers. She has her limits and I respect that. Sometimes I have to use the potty like a big boy, because I love her and I'll play her way as long as she plays mine.
All I'm saying is that self acceptance and self awareness are the first steps towards telling others and if you can do that you can have a whole lot of fun you never though possible.
Like I said, I made a bunch of mistakes and on one occasion I did move to another town to get clear of that mistake. (I couldn't get a date there to save my life) But at the end of the day, my life is truly better for having shared it with people.
I'm not telling anyone to go out and blab to the whole world about your secrets who don't want to. All I'm saying is that after high school is over and your out on your own, it's not the end of the world if you make a mistake. It's how you recover from it and move on.
I hope that in some way all of us find somebody to share this side of our lives with.