I was just posting in another thread, and realised I'd happened across a thought and a possibility that constantly worries me.
For the last two or three years (aged 50 now) I've been trying to deal with the binge purge cycle by keeping nappies, clothes etc hidden in my office. As I have posted elsewhere I am not one of those who feels able to tell his partner about the AB side of my life. So far, I must admit, I've been disheartened by this experiment - it makes it too easy for me to indulge. Still.
We've seen many posts here from teens worried that their parents will discover their stash of diapers. We've seen several posts by people like me who feel they can't tell their partners.
What about people like myself who are now parents? I have three daughters - 17. 13, and 10 years old. Under NO circumstances do I want them to find my plastic pants, nappies, overalls and onesies! I am sure there will be people here who feel that honesty is the only policy, that out should be out, that there is nothing to be ashamed of in a paraphilia like ours that harms no-one. I suppose I think that I would consider telling them only when they are grown adults, whose sexualities have already expressed themselves.
How do other AB parents feel?