So, I've noticed that ever since embracing my true female identity, a lot has changed (obviously, as such things do when finally realizing and embracing your true gender identity), and one of those things is my ABDL/Little mind and self-communication.
As a little "boy", while I accepted being ABDL/Little and never felt any shame or guilt by it.. i always felt somewhat odd, almost like being male and abdl was miss-matched, of course this could all just have been part of my struggle with dysphoria. When i finally realized that my little "boy" was in fact a little girl being forced down by the idea that I was a boy, being abdl became a more comforting thing and easily communicated between my adult and child mind. I guess the simplest way I can put it is that I see my little girl and i see a cute little girl, i see a heartwarming child, I also see myself in diapers and outfits now and i feel the utmost adorable that I never felt when i pretended to be a boy. Maybe I did feel a shame in the past? Maybe it was from being a little boy instead of a little girl, almost like being an ABDL/Little boy was totally incorrect, but being an ABDL/Little girl is perfectly acceptable.
This is not to say that ABDL boys are wrong lol just that I felt like me being one was wrong. But when i say it out loud it sounds like another venture down the dysphoria path. But i find myself having an easier time being open about my ABDL/Little habits, as well as not finding a need to hide anything from anyone regardless of who they are... almost as though accepting my female identity has made me feel like "its not necessary to feel like hiding because whats more adorable than a baby girl?".... Idk, this is how I feel about it.
Has anyone else experienced this kind of increased comfort from accepting their gender identity?