The majority with it don't like them but I don't understand why wouldn't they like them. They keep them protected. I liked wearing pads when I got my period because they kept me protected from the mess. Then I liked wearing tampons for the same reason but I still used a pad because they would leak and I would bleed through it eventually and the string would get soaked with blood and go on my panties so a pad was there to protect it. I see diapers as the same too.
Could it be because of the brand they have on so they hate it because they leak too much, is it because of the smell, the mess they have to clean up?
I hated getting my period before it was treated with birth control but I liked the pads I wore. I can understand hating being incontinent just like how I hated having my period and don't forget the cramping and the hot flashes and the stomach aches from it. With incontinence it's the smell and the leaks and not being able to wear certain clothes but why not like diapers? Or maybe my thinking is just different so to me hating diapers when you need to wear them is alien to me because that would be like me hating to wear pads or tampons on my period and I have been told I think different than others.
Now after being off birth control, I hate it when my periods starts but then after two days I don't mind it anymore because the pain is gone. I use pills for the cramping to feel normal again but yet I still don't hate pads or tampons and I don't wear them anyway because I don't need to.
Sometimes I wonder if any incontinent people pretend to not like diapers because liking them seems taboo and it's as if they are supposed to be unhappy having to wear them and be miserable and uncomfortable in them. Also in the IC community, I have noticed if you like your diapers or accept it, you must be a AB. To me this makes no sense. Thus the reason why they come to our community. That is like accusing a woman of being a pad lover because she likes wearing her pads for her periods. Then I would think is a woman supposed to not want to wear pads and rather bleed through her clothes or be unhappy wearing them during her period.