Right now, the world can be a very difficult place to be ABDL. The secrecy, the shame (until you make the glorious discovery that you're not along and you're OK!), and the constant risk of being found out and misinterpreted by others are all scary things. Most of us who've been familiar with this side of ourselves have learned to live with the challenges. At the same time, I think we've all taken a second to dream about things being better.
I've noticed, though, that there's a lot of division about what an ideal world would look like for us. A lot of ABDLs believe that the ideal world would be fully accommodating of us to the point where we can walk down the street in diapers, and be treated like babies by the world at large. A lot of others see a different scenario, in which we still keep our ABDL to ourselves, but we're still accepted and embraced by others, and if we're found out it wouldn't cause a stir or make anyone upset.
It's a sunny day today, and I'm thinking about how nice it would be to go outside in my LG persona and pick flowers. At the same time, though, I find myself thinking that I don't really want the world knowing about this side of myself. Not just because of the repercussions, but even if there were no consequences, I don't think I'd want everyone knowing. I like having an adult persona to present to the world, and I like being thought of as an adult by the world at large. Being little is an aspect of who I am, but it's not my whole identity.
What about you? What does an ideal world look like to you? In a perfectly accepting world, would you want to be out to everyone and show the world your AB side? Or would you still want to keep it private?
Whatever your answer, it's still fun to dream about a world that accepts us - and all different people - perfectly! Someday, somehow...