So let me start off by saying that I'm film student who's become very interested in documentaries in the past few months. And an ABDL doc probably isn't something I would do. But have fantasized about.
We all know there've been AB's on TV documentary series, and they're NOT a good representation of our community. Naturally, the media wants people who take it to the extreme for exploitation.
If I were to make a documentary about our odd fetish/lifestyles I would not want to exploit anyone. I would like to inform others that there are some successful and seemingly normal people who like to act like toddlers every so often, not someone who lets their fetish consume their life. Even more importantly, I would show that there are people who accept us, whether it's a close friend, family member, or a partner/spouse who loves us whether we're being big or little.
The participants would of course be able to tell their story, and their little side would be caught on video in a more creative way than seen on TV. Regression wouldn't be seen as something negative, but it wouldn't be glorified either.
So why wouldn't I do this?
To put it simply, it would raise a lot of questions about me. There's only one person outside our community that knows about my little side. This part of me would be exposed because my last doc, and the one I'm currently have to with things that are part of my life (visual impairment and art).
So, any thoughts? Given the opportunity, would you make a short documentary to help shed some of the social stigma that comes with ABDLism?