OK, Sooooooooo...... probably against my better judgement, I just recently came out to most of my friends under a secured FaceBook page. I knew what the risks were when I decided to put this all in place, but I was told to do something I never though I'd be told; one of my close friends (A female in her 40s) told me told me to feel free to be myself. Now, while being an adult baby is something I am, how does one "be themselves?"
Here's what I mean by this: I can only let my baby side free when I'm ether behind closed doors or in private with those that know or join. Anything other than that, I'm *always* in my adult persona. I don't believe in throwing ABDL in anyone's face, but I just cannot imagine being told to do just that.
Even while having the permission to do it around her, is it weird that I still find it awkward? I just think that even though we live in a better time for social acceptance, ABDL hasn't really met that full potential, and honestly I'm not sure if it ever could.
Maybe one day.