I thought I'd ask about something that's been in my mind this week.
First of all, here is some context:
Even though I'm 26, I've never dated, or even kissed anyone. I attribute this to the fact that I'm gay, but never accepted myself as such. On the other hand, I was always too timid to try anything with girls, that added to the fact that I was hardly attracted to anybody.
Anyway, I think I've made peace with myself regarding this subject... except now I'm 26 with no experience at all :s
Now, to the matter at hand: I've been talking to a guy, online. We seem to have really liked each other, seem to have pretty similar interests relationship-wise; meaning we want something solid, a real long-term relationship, and really like each other. No one-nighters here. We really have in mind something long-term.
Yesterday I've told him I'm an AB. He took it pretty well. He had never heard about anything like that and was surprised, but he saw no problems with it, and actually said it kinda fits with somethings he likes to do, like bathing his boyfriends, and he liked the idea of bottle-feeding me, rocking me, cradling me, things like that. He only seemed to have two problems with it. One: he didn't want me to sleep with him wearing a diaper, cause he likes hugging and fondling and things like that, and he doesn't wanna have to wonder if I'm wet if he starts something like that. And second, he has no interest in changing diapers, which is fine. I didn't even ask him that, he just mentioned it himself.
Anyway, I was curious about other guys with boyfriends, in situations like mine seems soon to be: I'm a baby, he is not. How does your relationships work? How does the fact you're a baby impact your relationships? Or is it irrelevant and they have no participation? Just wanted to get some insight from people who already have this kind of experience.
PS: I was about to post it in the adult baby section, but figured maybe the Mature Topics area could be more appropriate to the subject.