I was thinking about this earlier today when I specifically thought: I wonder what percentage of L-XL GoodNites are worn by people within the recommended weight and age. Clearly, any and every teenage ABDL has bought at least one pack of GoodNites in their time (and appropriately moved on or not).
It's just a thought: how significant of the profits these companies are getting comes from the ABDL/IC lifestyle, even when they are not specifically catering to us?
I just gotta think that if I met with a KC marketing manager and told him or her that I am a regular user of GoodNites at 19, they'd be surprised. I think they could be even more surprised if they knew how many of us are out there, possibly a significant percentage.