first of all I want to excuse myself for my horrible english. As it’s not my mother tongue you will find several grammatical and “semantic” errors. I tried my best to avoid them but I think I failed at severals points of the introduction. Sorry.
I study Geoecology in Germany. It’s something between geoscience and biology. But I’m not quite sure if will finish this course of studies as I’m quite bad at it and don’t know if this is the one thing I would like to do as a job.
Well my place in the german “diaper-scene”(is that the right term or is diaper-community better?) is quite more clear than what I want to do as a job.
From the beginning of 2007 to the end of 2008 I hosted a monthly munch in the West of Germany. This was 3 years after my registration in a german community and a year after I first met people who were “like me”. I always knew that I liked diapers and that I liked to be little. As a kid I never thought about feeling strange because of this. This changed when I got 14 years old. I wanted the world to like me the way I was to make it easier for me to like myself - being a teenager is complicated. Right now I’m fine with my fetish but struggle with some bad childhood memories and the question why my bladder isn’t working the way it should and why nobody recognized that a child with wet pants on highly frequency is something a doctor should have a look at.
I joined this community because I’m interested in the different aspects of the fetish and the communication in communities and on meetings in other countries. Where are the differences and what is similar to the communication about it in Germany?!
My hobbies are photography and rescuing stuffed animals from the cold and loveless stores. I also like to play on my 3ds and listening to music.
Another pretty big hobby of me are theme-parks. I visited several ones in Germany, the Netherlands and France and I look forward to visit the USA and England to see other great parks and attractions. Especially the Disney theme-parks in the USA are on my “to-visit-list”.
So I hope I could tell you some things about me and it wasn’t too hard for you to read my introduction.
*I always say “hoi” instead of “hi” because it sounds cute.