So I've put myself on a few different sites in the hopes of possibly meeting someone for a relationship who shares an interest in diapers and regression. While I'm not going to limit myself to purely dating people with a existing interest and don't want any relationships to be all about the ab/dl side of things I thought it couldn't hurt.
Not having a great deal of success finding people to talk to near me and that had got me wondering about something.
We get into this mode of thinking that we are a minority and there are not many out there who share our interest in all things little and diaper related.
But is it possible that there are more of us out there than we realise with many never getting to the point of joining online communities or communicating with others?
How many will go through life being to scared to talk to others who share their interests or will never explore the abdl side through fear?
How many have an underlying predilection to all this without ever fully realising it?
The onesie craze, people who still have hoards of soft toys into their adult years but never think anything of it?
How many people go for years knowing there is a missing piece but not being able to identify what it is.
Recently I can't stop thinking that actually there are far more of us around then we realise and that the way society has developed even over the last 20 years or so perhaps many people would be a lot more understanding then we think.
Of course some days I still think I must be the only one for miles and miles.
What do you all think, do we automatically assume that there are very few of us?
Bit of a rambling post I know but just wanted to get thoughts out of my head and share them.