I am 'TheComposer' (you can call me Composer for short ), and I'd like to say, there's quite a few things about my ABDL story that I hope will be worth reading...
I've been into ABDL as early as I can remember... my Mother actually ran a daycare center which she opened just TWO WEEKS after I was born, and believe it or not, but it had became the most popular daycare center of choice in our city for well over a decade!
This was rather a luxury for me as there were stashes of diapers stored in literally every part of the building, as well as interacting with the other kids as you usual are when you're born. , and at times I actually stole some diapers when nobody was looking.
Though, after she sold the company in 2004 and moved to Australia, it was 7 years later when I re-discovered my interest in these with the advent of AB Universe. Either way, I was very happy when I realized... I wasn't alone.
Apart from ABDL, I also collect plushies and inflatables, and I also make custom inflatables that many people like. I did a run of an inflatable skunk that I've designed, and is currently working on doing another run, hey! maybe perhaps you might get one yourself!
I also have an interest in trains and planes where I play many simulator games, such as FSX and Train Simulator: Railworks.
My main profession is a musician, I play the piano and pipe organ, as well as a teacher where I have taught numerous students over the years. I also do recordings and compose music for animated films, one of them is a film by Tony Crynight (where if you would've seen animations about Five Nights at Freddy's, you would've heard about him. ):
Speaking of Five Nights at Freddy's... I've taken MUCH interest in the fan fiction part of the game (despite me never actually playing it ), and so I wrote music for it:
As you can see, my most favourite instrument is the Theatre Organ, it is like no other instrument in that it's purpose is to imitate the instruments of the orchestra, but still sounds kinda off and old-fashioned. It's not even like the church organ at all in that it doesn't sound "churchy", or "epic" or anything like that. But sounds rather humorous and childish in a way:
I certainly hope you liked that FNAF piece, and that it sounded rather toony and child-like. As the organ really does have that toony and child-like sound, to me... it really does symbolize regression and in my view... is how I'd picture ABDL through music.
I hope that you liked my music and hope to meet new people who have similar interests in other things, as well as all things ABDL.