I've uploaded a draft of the the new "what is infantilism" article to Understanding Infantilism.org. It is a major rewrite: The previous version was from 2006, before most of the ABDL survey data was available. I thought I'd open it up for comment.
Specifically, it uses a chronologic structure and a new figure, the 'experiential wedge.' It attempts to illustrate A) the progression from no ABDL awareness as a baby to membership in the ABDL community, B) the generally increasing level of activity through youth, dipping a bit during latency and eventually stabilizing as an adult, C) the approximate reduction in plasticity/impressionability. It is probably not fully successful.
Regarding the new figure:
* Is there a way to make the figure clearer or more meaningful?
* Are there ways in which it might give the wrong idea?
Regarding the article:
*Are there points that are absent, that should be added?
*Are there parts that are unclear?
*Do you have any other concerns, comments, or suggestions?
It is written mainly for parents and spouses, who might or might not want to see citations. I'd like to have the final version be able to switch between no citations, numbered citations and (author year) citations. For expedience, the draft has no citations at the momment.