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    Default Hello from hopeful Dad

    Hello ADISC Community,

    I am BRAND New to this. Stumbled upon a video today and searched out your site. I hope you're all doing well.

    I am interested in the parent role.

    I work full time (starting a new job soon) and go to grad school. I will not have a ton of time to contribute, but hope to.

    I will try to keep this short as I don't know all the in's-and-out's yet.

    Is there a percentage of LGBTQ members here? ( a lot of work in school is for them/us)

    My life is really busy with grad school, but I love to read, Netflix, listening to Passenger right now. Oh, terrible at video games.

    Take good care everyone,
    David
    Last edited by HogansHeroes; 21-Apr-2015 at 22:36. Reason: no personal ads, please

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    Welcome im sure thereis someone here for that

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    Hey David!

    Awesome for you to join ADISC's ever vibrant and growing community!

    If you are looking for a partner,ADISC isn't a personals or dating site (which is a chief reason why it is so troll and spam free) however if you have any questions about caring for a fellow AB, this is the place to ask! While some members here have discovered relationships, most were by accident and not purposefully trying to find someone.

    If you are just interested in meeting potential ABs to be a Daddy to, I would recommend checking out Fetlife. If you are interested in exploring, learning and talking to others about ABDLs, Caring for ABs and others, and making friends in the community ADISC is the place to do it.

    About the LGBTQ community, the ABDL has quite a sizeable community on this respect and I think you'll have no problem finding those of your orientation. As well, on a whole the ABDL community is extremely accepting no matter what makes you special/different!


    And with that I invite you to ADISC!

    *Hugs*

    Tuples

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    Hello Tuples!
    Thanks very much for your kind message! I am very impressed with the care and respect the ADISC community show to one and other.

    I can certainly see how my first post looked like a personal ad and to be clear I'm much more interested in making friends than "hooking up".

    My last experience with an online community was frustrating for me. That group did not have friendship as a primary goal. I feel I've made a clumsy first impression as I adjust to this new community. Like Tom Branson (if there are any Downton Abbey Fans out there! )

    Take Good Care,
    David

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    Hi there, and welcome.
    I'm quite new myself, and I'm a care giver myself. Chief difference in our situations seems to be that I already have a partner.

    They made me feel very welcome in just a couple of days, so I'm guessing you'll be accepted as warmly as I was.

    Well met.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestDaddy View Post
    Hello ADISC Community,

    I am BRAND New to this. Stumbled upon a video today and searched out your site. I hope you're all doing well.

    I am interested in the parent role.

    I work full time (starting a new job soon) and go to grad school. I will not have a ton of time to contribute, but hope to.

    I will try to keep this short as I don't know all the in's-and-out's yet.

    Is there a percentage of LGBTQ members here? ( a lot of work in school is for them/us)

    My life is really busy with grad school, but I love to read, Netflix, listening to Passenger right now. Oh, terrible at video games.

    Take good care everyone,
    David
    Howdy and welcome to the site. Are you interested in a online role play, if so, you can check out the role playing board on the site.

    If you're looking to meet others in real life, you might be a bit careful of how you post. Since we are an online support community, it's understood that over time member may become friends and meet in real life. But real life meetings aren't the aim of the site. Check out the rules, if you're in question.

    I think it's wonderful that you're wanting to set into the parent role. LOL, yeah there's a need for it around here.

    Dare, I ask... what video brought you to us? Was it a video that specifically mentioned this site, or was it one that introduced you to ABDL's in general? Does that mean that you're completely new to all of this, or have you been into the ABDL scene before?

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    I will say that I have met several others in real life from this site. But they were people that I'd know for several years of chatting with on this site, teamspeak, Skype, etc.

    If you do meet anyone, I hope that both you and them take time to get to know each other. Don't rush. Be Safe. Public Places, etc.
    Last edited by HogansHeroes; 21-Apr-2015 at 22:37. Reason: updating quote

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    Hi Matthew! Thanks for the insights! I'm in no hurry to meet anyone in real life and continue to be impressed with the care and affection the members have for each other. It's like fresh air and one of the reasons that attracted me to your sight. I wish I could say which video on youtube I saw, but it spoke highly of this site! I am completely new to this site and this community.

    I will check out the role-play boards! Thanks for the tips!

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    I've never really been one for the role playing stuff online myself. I have trouble getting into it. It's hard when you're staring at a computer screen.

    I never really had much want / need for being "little", but as time as gone on, I've found myself wanting to try it, and getting frustrated when I can't. I was once, when visiting a fellow ABDL, able to briefly get into the mindset for a few minutes. I just have trouble doing it. But it was easier for me to do it, with someone there with me, that I could play off of. I really can't get into that mindset when I'm by myself, and I've stopped trying to do it.

    But yeah, check out the forums and read as much as you can. You'll come across thread titles that catch your interest and you'll start to read them. Maybe a few of the threads, you think, "Hey, I've got something I want to add / contribute / or need to add a comment". Over time, you'll start to make some friends in the forums, and maybe send private messages to other people. Maybe you'll find some people in your general area or state, maybe within a couple hours drive from you. Maybe you'll hear about a Munch / Activity Night / etc. Not far from you, and decide to go. And find someone to adopt.

    There aren't many rules, and they're pretty basic. We're a pretty easy going bunch.

    LOL, you wish you could say the name of it... It's not a secret is it? You just forgot?

    LOL, you saw a video that told you about a group of people that enjoyed wearing diapers, and you came to find us. I wish the rest of the world could be that accepting of us. We are an odd bunch, I'll admit that. And you'll find that we are a pretty diverse group as well. Some wear for medical reasons, some because they enjoy it, some for fetish reasons, and some because of the innocence of wearing, some for role playing, etc.

    LOL, I've been on here for several years, and been into this stuff my whole life. But that's one of the first questions that I'll ask someone that I'm talking to new. How do they classify themselves, and since the main labels are pretty broad terms, you end up asking more questions to clarify.

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    Ha! Yes, I did forget which video, but I'll try to find it!

    Matthew, your avatar is SO CUTE! Did you draw it?

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