Although this sort of thing doesn't come up very often in the "mainstream" media, I want to cite two CBS articles where it does because it's associated with criminal behavior, something the mainstream media can't get enough of.
Craigslist User With Diaper Fetish Arrested « 100.7 WZLX
Diaper fetish lands former Dallas school employee Thomas Roussin an 11 year prison sentence - Crimesider - CBS News
Now I personally was quite angered at the unprofessional tone and misleading headlines that seemed to try and throw this under the blanket of pedophilia and predatory behavior and shame those who have any personal desires to wear diapers into feeling like a pedophile/sexual predator, just because they want to wear diapers or play out fantasies in their private life. I'm not asking this lifestyle to get any widespread acceptance, and I can completely understand people not wanting to hear about it, as I can say myself there are many other fetishes and practices that freak me out. But that being said, why can't we just draw a line of common sense between criminal/predator behavior and safe consenting adult human fun? The Japanese seem to get it, northern Europeans seem to get it, yet in America you either be what I see as "normal" or you're a devious criminal! It's called a private life, because it doesn't concern the general public, so why does the general public need to shame people for things that don't concern them? Yes I think both those men should go to jail and serve a sentence fit for the nature of their crimes, but other than using it as an excuse, them having a diaper fetish is almost irrelevant. What do you think?