Hey, I'm Allcy, I primarily work in the food industry and enjoy video games, high-end audio and the PC building community. Other than that the only thing I really care about in my life is my dog. In terms of high-end audio I invested a lot in a good set of headphones (HD600) and a decent amp/dac (02/odac), for Video Games I play pretty much everything but am a huge fan of MMO's and MOBA's or anything with a decent amount of action in it like most shooters. I frequently build computers as well and actively help people around various communities when it comes to planning out builds.
I went through years of buying packages of diapers and then wearing them throwing them out and then trying to deny that this side of my existed. Over the last year I have started to accept that this part of me will always be around and that I should accept myself instead of becoming depressed or hating myself for something that I cannot control that doesn't hurt anyone. I consider myself a little and a DL with some AB tendencies limited mostly to pacifier and onesie usage.
The part that helped me accept myself is by telling my mother and a few of my key friends, having them accept me for who I am made me feel much more confident and comfortable and they have been nothing but supportive since finding out. All of the people I have told haven't believed me at first, I've told them I am completely serious and after they asked a few questions they accepted it and told me it doesn't change who I am and regardless of what I wear or do in my personal time they will always like / love me. The first person I told was my mother, when I did it I had a panic attack, I had never had a panic attack until this point in my life because I was so afraid she would disown me and never want to speak to me again, that didn't happen however and it allowed me to finally accept myself because someone else in the world had heard what I had to say and accepted that while it might be a little weird there is no one in the world that doesn't have something weird about them.
I look forward to being more active on ADISC!