I'm an ABDL living in Seattle, WA. My history is that I was a chronic and persistent bedwetter when I was a kid (the eldest of 3 boys). Eventually, after all my parents' patience was exhausted with my wet sheets/pajamas almost every morning, I was finally punished for my (then otherwise medically incomprehensible) bedwetting behavior by the (until then long-threatened) utter humiliation of being stripped naked, spanked, and forcibly put back into diapers and pull-on plastic pants, full-time, which I had to wear on their own while indoors (i.e., I wasn't allowed any other kind of clothing at all, just my diapers and plastic pants) in order to shame me continually and thoroughly into hopefully stopping my bedwetting (both of my younger brothers were already out of diapers themselves at this time). Nowadays I understand that my inability to stay dry at night (as well as my occasional daytime 'accidents' in my pants) will have been because I've turned-out to have a form of attention deficit disorder; but of course things in that category weren't realized or maybe even known about commonly enough back then. I was actually deliberately kept down a year in fifth grade in order to 'encourage' me to outgrow my wetting behaviors. I was told that boys like me who still wet their beds and pants wouldn't be allowed up into the middle school, and that if I couldn't stop my wetting behaviors I'd be sent to a "special school" instead. Anyhow, I've joined this forum to have a look around.