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    Default Are you worried!!!!!!

    Just a quick question, it's been in the back of my mind for a long time, but, if are diapered, and wearing all your lovely 'sissy, frilly undies' and you fall ill, like a small stroke, break an arm etc, how will you handle your family finding out about your life style, I don't think I would be worried about the medico's, but my immediate family and close friends, maybe. Your thoughts would be appreciated.

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    You know...I've thought about this before. What happens if somehow my family finds out accidentally rather than me telling them and I think I would rather have it happen that way. If I go to tell them it gets awkward and I may chicken out, if they find out in ways I can't control then I would be forced to explain it to them and whatever happens happens.

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    I'd rather have secret come out by accident. Besides. If the judge while you're stroking out then they're not family.

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    Hmm.... I can't say I've ever really thought about that. :\

    It's definitely not very likely to happen, but if it did, it would definitely bring about one heck of an interesting conversation the next day!

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessEmmy View Post
    You know...I've thought about this before. What happens if somehow my family finds out accidentally rather than me telling them and I think I would rather have it happen that way. If I go to tell them it gets awkward and I may chicken out, if they find out in ways I can't control then I would be forced to explain it to them and whatever happens happens.
    (I was originally going to send this via PM, but I figured it would be good for others to see it as well.)

    I know what you mean; coming out is a very emotionally taxing experience. One thing to keep in mind though is this:

    It's taxing not only for yourself, but those around you as well.

    I know it's hard, but sitting your parents (or whoever it is) down and talking with them about it is probably more likely to yield a better result in the long run as opposed to them walking in on you when your wearing your wig/makeup etc. It shows that you care about the person, and that you are aware of their thoughts and feelings and taking them into consideration; it also shows that you trust them a lot, which will make them feel a heck of a lot better than if they discover you've been keeping a secret.

    If you need help figuring out how to come out, there are tons of websites with information regarding the coming out process. (I made sure to underline process to emphasize the fact that coming out isn't a one-and-done type of deal, its an ongoing process). I actually know of a few good support websites that are solely involved in trans stuff if you're interested. If you are deciding to come out though, then another thing I would highly, highly recommend is talking to a therapist about it. Find one who specializes in LGBT issues, as they are likely to be well experienced in helping others to come out.

    One last thing; I know that you said that if you try to come out to your parents that you might chicken out or get nervous. One thing you might consider then is coming out via a letter. You'd still want to answer any questions they might have in person, but like you said, once its out there you'd need to talk about it.

    Anyway, that's just my 2 cents on the issue. If you already know most of this, then you can feel free to disregard it. In any case, good luck with however you decide to go about tackling this difficult issue!

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    Yeah telling them is the best way I hid that I am transgender for a long time up until I started on hormones and after that a bit and my family has been most upset that I did not reveal it to them sooner. I mean they knew before that I wear diapers and had lots of frilly diaper cover and panties and bloomers and dress and such and painted my nails on occasion and shaved everything but my head but they did not want to make that assumption, though they said they expected on more than one occasion. So we lived under great tension for years I am still in the process of coming out to them and it is taking time for their to be acceptance, but the level of tension has dropped dramatically. I know just wearing sissy things and diaper is not quite the same as being transgendered, but I am a sissy ABDL with IC issues and I had to explain a bit why I choose to wear cloth diapers and filly satin plastic pants and panties for sake of me doing my laundry. All that said I don't if you are the fetish scale or more, but a simple explanation with no details would probably be good, hey I wear frilly underwear things because I like them, thought you might want to know in case something ever happened to me. I say this from experience with a friends uncle who passed unexpectedly from a motorcycle accident. He lived alone and no one new what a player he was he was in his 60's and had thing for 20 somethings like a lot of males do, no big deal expect he was shooting porn with them he kept on his computer and he liked to keep their panties when he was done. So yeah that was a shocker I am sure no one would have been as shocked if he had just mentioned he was bit of a player. This pretty much what you describe expect under your cases you live either way something not huge but that let them know.
    That is just my 2 cents on the matter.

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    Radioactive Squirrel has given some very good advice. There is, however, one question that needs to be considered: Do you ever plan on living openly as female? If you hope to transition someday, it's probably a good idea to tell your family. But, if you're like me and this is a closed-door hobby you don't ever want to make public, I'd advise against telling. I know that if my interests ever got out, it could cause a lot of personal difficulties. I'll take the chance and just hope I never have any accidents while dressed up.

    So I guess I'm saying, whether you should come out depends on how public you intend to be with your dressing up. I wouldn't sweat an accident, though - if it somehow happens, I think people will be most concerned that you're OK, not the colour of your underwear!

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    It's just clothing, nothing more. It's nothing to be embarrassed about.

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    I'm a safe person and I have never had any type of medical emergency and I have never been worried about something like this. I mostly stay in the confines of my home when diapered and dressed up so there is very little chance of this happening.

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    Best laid plans.....

    I never expected to get in a near fatal crash only two miles from home at 2pm on a clear sunny day...but, I did...

    And yes I had a diaper on...

    Don't remember everything but, I do know that I came back to my gf's place in a different diaper than I left home in...

    Someone must have changed me...I only use a couple different brands ever...and it wasnt one of mine...

    Now my gf knows of course..she picked me up out of the ER

    Now, unless your seriously injured I doubt anyone would care enough to say something...


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