Apparently, a few years ago a Huffington Post article linked to a forum post on here discussing a non-AB related topic. There was an article mocking the Huffington Post for using a nonreliable source, which I can understand. But then the author went on to say that the fetish was "creepy" and ...
So apparently all adult babies won't do chores, teen babies are the scum of the earth, and diaper furs will ... wear their fursuits and diapers to court or something. And that somehow invalidates their opinions on mature topics as well. I just don't get it, where is the logic? AB and DF are hobbies, fetishes, and can be lifestyle choices, but they are rarely all-consuming of a person's life."Adult babies are not reliable. Give a chore to an adult baby and find out. Teen babies are even worse. Diaper furs? Their testimony won't stand up in court."
This also happens to people with various fetishes and alternative lifestyles. I can understand people being afraid of it, mocking it in private even, but to judge a person's entire lifestyle on something so benign?
By the way, they chose to headline the article with this ridiculous image.
Just... what the hell, humanity? I thought we were taught to accept others' differences back in preschool.