The pretext of 12-step groups is that alcoholism/ addiction are manifest of unhealthy coping behaviors, a form of acting out that hurts the individuals and others around them
Diapers and dressing up aren't done with the intent on hurting anyone; it could also be considered a coping behavior.
My real question is: is there room for What We Do in working a recovery program? I'm one of those people who learned I can't drink like a normal person and discovered it's much more fun to wear, wet and occasionally mess diapers and as far as I can tell the desire and practice hasn't interfered with my ability to function. I'm only afraid that others in the rooms may consider it something to be 'cured' of.
Anyone have experience with this?