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    I had inkling to wear a diaper to work today and finally did it. I was wearing the Navy’s “Navy Working Uniform (NWU)". For those that don't know that the new blue and grey camouflage uniforms the Navy has been sporting lately. Which I love now, after much hesitation.

    Well back to my experience, I wore a depends maximum protection diaper to work, the NWU hid the diaper well and after hours of work I actually forgot I was wearing until it was time to use the bathroom. Yes I used the toilet because I did not want to risk a leak at such an early hour. I did finally wet just as I left work. The diaper held well, even after being on for more than 12 hours. No leaks. Sweet huh. Now I just have to do it more often. We shall see.

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    Sounds liek fun, but I would DIE!!! if anyone at work found out >.>

    I like the feeling of excitement you get when you get paranoid that someone has seen your nappy but work colleuges finding out? NO THANKYOU! Thats dreaded fear, not excitement lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dld2618 View Post
    I had inkling to wear a diaper to work today and finally did it. I was wearing the Navy’s “Navy Working Uniform (NWU)". For those that don't know that the new blue and grey camouflage uniforms the Navy has been sporting lately. Which I love now, after much hesitation.

    Well back to my experience, I wore a depends maximum protection diaper to work, the NWU hid the diaper well and after hours of work I actually forgot I was wearing until it was time to use the bathroom. Yes I used the toilet because I did not want to risk a leak at such an early hour. I did finally wet just as I left work. The diaper held well, even after being on for more than 12 hours. No leaks. Sweet huh. Now I just have to do it more often. We shall see.
    Assuming you were wearing a diaper inside your NWU while on duty my suggestion is you retain a top attorney to represent you when all this comes to the attention of your CO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelabauer View Post
    Assuming you were wearing a diaper inside your NWU while on duty my suggestion is you retain a top attorney to represent you when all this comes to the attention of your CO.
    Well said Angela...You can kiss any security clearances you have GOODBY even if no other legal action is taken!

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    Olivia

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    Not at all a great idea, it's one thing at a regular job but in the millitary not so much. Also The new ones look just stupid, and I was sort of a Navy Brat I think the term is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starryideas View Post
    Well said Angela...You can kiss any security clearances you have GOODBY even if no other legal action is taken!
    In fact, loss of security clearance usually follows a search of a vehicle entering or leaving a base where diapers are found. Sometimes a crack private attorney experienced in UCMJ can salvage the career in such cases. However, the cash cost will be high. Future promotion never happens, so under "Up or Out" policy re-enlistment will not be possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelabauer View Post
    In fact, loss of security clearance usually follows a search of a vehicle entering or leaving a base where diapers are found. Sometimes a crack private attorney experienced in UCMJ can salvage the career in such cases. However, the cash cost will be high. Future promotion never happens, so under "Up or Out" policy re-enlistment will not be possible.
    I'm curious, do you know what the reasoning behind that is? Is it the diapers themselves, or the fact that they hid that part of themselves during the security clearance interview procedure?

    I only ask, because I have a couple of furry friends who are have a middle level security clearance (I don't remember the exact level, I remember that it's not the lowest level, and it's not Top Secret) and during the application process were advised (by other furs with security clearance) to declare it under the "is there anything else we should know?" section. By the reports of all of them, at the point the interviewer got to that page they would ask "Why did you put this here" and with an answer of "So that it cannot be used for blackmail" or something similar. None of of them were denied their clearances.

    I understand that there's a pretty big difference between Furry and AB/DL, and I'm sure that the vast majority of AB/DLs aren't declaring their predilections during the application/interview process, but like I said, I'm just curious about the reasoning behind it.

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    Okay, there is something you all need to realize about security clearances: They are administratively removed, and there is no appeals process. And, (although, I don't have the slightest idea what article they'd charge him under for that) if his command does decide to take him to Captains Mast, he doesn't get a lawyer. And he can't refuse Mast if he is stationed on a ship.

    To the OP: I would highly recommend you never do that again. What if you get collared at Quarters because your name came up on the urinalysis list for that day? If you command follows the instruction, your LPO is supposed to escort you to wherever the samples are being taken. What happens if a fire breaks out and you are on a hose team? There is a very specific reason that you are not permitted to wear contact lenses, Under Armor, or even the 50/50 shirts that the NEX was selling for a while: PLASTIC MELTS! Now obviously if I caught one of my sailors in that condition, it would be the best case all around. But if you get caught, and your command decides not to punish you for it, or jack your clearance and send you to First Division, you will still ahve to deal with the teasing, and the hazing. Your life will become miserable. There is an old saying that goes "keep your indiscretions outside the lifelines". It's very good advice.

    ET1(SW)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcviper View Post
    Okay, there is something you all need to realize about security clearances: They are administratively removed, and there is no appeals process. And, (although, I don't have the slightest idea what article they'd charge him under for that) if his command does decide to take him to Captains Mast, he doesn't get a lawyer. And he can't refuse Mast if he is stationed on a ship.

    To the OP: I would highly recommend you never do that again. What if you get collared at Quarters because your name came up on the urinalysis list for that day? If you command follows the instruction, your LPO is supposed to escort you to wherever the samples are being taken. What happens if a fire breaks out and you are on a hose team? There is a very specific reason that you are not permitted to wear contact lenses, Under Armor, or even the 50/50 shirts that the NEX was selling for a while: PLASTIC MELTS! Now obviously if I caught one of my sailors in that condition, it would be the best case all around. But if you get caught, and your command decides not to punish you for it, or jack your clearance and send you to First Division, you will still ahve to deal with the teasing, and the hazing. Your life will become miserable. There is an old saying that goes "keep your indiscretions outside the lifelines". It's very good advice.

    ET1(SW)
    I remember reading, while looking at applying for a job that would require security clearance, that they can remove it for any reason, but I thought they that had to state a reason. If not, then I apologize for my misunderstanding.

    I also agree with dcviper in regards to advice to the OP. There's a saying "And it harm none, do as ye will" But harming none includes yourself. If wearing introduces the opportunity to lose your job and your livelihood, then it's probably not worth taking the chance. But that's a decision that only you can make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tauvix View Post
    I remember reading, while looking at applying for a job that would require security clearance, that they can remove it for any reason, but I thought they that had to state a reason. If not, then I apologize for my misunderstanding.
    No reason to apologize, I was simply stating the facts as I know them. And yes, the do need a "reason" that reason can be as petty as "Member not trustworthy".

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