I was asked to introduce myself, so here it goes. . . I will try to keep it brief.
I am a 25 year old straight male student in the US.
Where diapers are concerned, I would consider myself a pragmatist. I believe that it is logical and practical to wear and use a diaper whenever going to the bathroom is impossible or inconvenient. With the only obstacle being the people around us who do not share the same point of view.
Although I do not believe it will happen anytime soon, I believe I would enjoy the comfort and gentle care of having my diaper changed by someone else while wearing a onesie and sucking on a proper sized pacifier; however, to me it isn't sexual, but a means to relax and I would draw the line at acting like a baby at the amusement of someone else or bondage. (No talking like a baby, being fed like a baby, or pretending to play with baby toys, being "locked" up.)
As to why I feel this way, I believe that due to being toilet trained at an early age and only wetting the bed for a short time, I have only a vague memory of wearing a diaper as a child. So when my best friend revealed that he wore a diaper to bed for bedwetting- I was 10 at the time -I became curious as to what it actually felt like to wear a diaper.
I kept these thought in the back of my mind, too scared to act on them or tell anyone for several years, but I was caught by my father looking at diaper related stuff once. He reacted with rage, insults, and disappointment that I would ever consider it. The subject was eventually dropped and never mentioned again and remained a fantasy in the back of my mind.
After hearing some news on a potential medical issue a couple of months ago, the thoughts of diapers came to the front of my mind again, but this time I acted on it and bought my first diapers discreetly. You can find a bit of the story over in diaper talk.
From this point I hope to slowly alter my life so that I can enjoy this side of me, without fearing the reactions of others.