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    Hello everyone,
    I am, in fact DL CUrious. I have been dressing up in diapers and psuedo-diapers since I was very young. I just liked the padded feeling. I am 36 now.
    Until very recently, I did not know how to classify my likes.
    I guess that I'm just looking for some other people with the same interest to maybe discuss things with from time to time.
    There seem to be many pleasant, like minded people here.


    -DLCurious

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    Welcome to the site. You seem a little more than curious if you have been dabbling in the lifestyle for so long, but I can understand not wanting to label yourself something until you have the full picture.

    Because it's just the way we start things here, we want to get to know a little more about you. Not just the DL stuff, the things you enjoy doing, your hobbies, or anything that would give you some individuality and personality! It's great to get to know you, and it will make us that much more supportive if we know a little more about who you are as a person. Not that you have to say anything that would make you uncomfortable, of course.

    Hope you have a wonderful stay.

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    Welcome to the site! We'd like to get to know you better here. Do you have any interests other than diapers?

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    Supersam1223

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    Welcome to the forums, I hope you enjoy your time here, and as gigglemuffinz said what are your interests other than being a DL?

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    Welcome! I'm sure you'll find some people to help you sort out your likes and feelings here. I also have to give you some credit, that you're finally deciding to figure it all out. Trust me, it's so much better once you have a good grip on it and who you are as a person.

    So yeah, please tell us a bit of the non-diapered bits about yourself! You'll find people around here with all sorts of interests. For example, I'm an avid cyclist, I do a bit of locksmithing, digital cartography, and retro gaming as hobbies, and I've been spending the last few months fixing all of the f----d up plaster walls in the foyer of my house.

    Again, welcome.

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    It is hard for me to just put it all out there. I have spent a long time just doing things because they feel good. I am trying to understand all of this. You all seem to have had the time to come to terms with all of the things you feel about this. I have not. I am still working through it.
    I found this site accidentally, and have been lurking for some time. It took a lot for me to introduce myself. I was, and am, very nervous about the whole thing. I thought I'd get on here talk with a few people about my likes. I wasn't really prepared for a whole community dealing with all sorts of things, that just happens to be wearing diapers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DlCurious View Post
    It is hard for me to just put it all out there. I have spent a long time just doing things because they feel good. I am trying to understand all of this. You all seem to have had the time to come to terms with all of the things you feel about this. I have not. I am still working through it.
    I found this site accidentally, and have been lurking for some time. It took a lot for me to introduce myself. I was, and am, very nervous about the whole thing. I thought I'd get on here talk with a few people about my likes. I wasn't really prepared for a whole community dealing with all sorts of things, that just happens to be wearing diapers.
    Welcome to ADISC. You may, of course, stick to topics in the diaper-related sub-forums but as someone who had no social side to this when I came here, I would submit that it's the other stuff that is really the most valuable. There are places you can go and get advice on which diaper is most absorbant, who has the best shipping, or what is the best way to avoid drawing unwanted attention, and we've got good advice there as well. What is less common in my experience is reasonable people who just happen to like diapers talking about whatever. It seems so trivial but it turned out to be a big deal for me and others as well. Perfectly understandable and okay for you to be nervous but I hope you'll give it all a real chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DlCurious View Post
    It is hard for me to just put it all out there. I have spent a long time just doing things because they feel good. I am trying to understand all of this. You all seem to have had the time to come to terms with all of the things you feel about this. I have not. I am still working through it.
    I found this site accidentally, and have been lurking for some time. It took a lot for me to introduce myself. I was, and am, very nervous about the whole thing. I thought I'd get on here talk with a few people about my likes. I wasn't really prepared for a whole community dealing with all sorts of things, that just happens to be wearing diapers.
    First, I would like to welcome you to our community. I can understand about being nervous as I was when I first joined. Since then with the help of those here and in other sites, I have become very content with who I am and what I wear. Take your time, read and enjoy the various discussions found here.

    again welcome

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    Hello and welcome to the happy clan: there are a few things we all seem to share, such as being really nervous about the whole thing. I never feel to be amazed how we folks view our whole fixation with trepidation and secrecy compared to people who wear for need; and it is still very magical to me that Moo created this site as a support site, a place to join in and participate, to be among friends and well-wishers, and a wealth of experience and knowledge.

    You'll find we range across all social spectra, we're roughly equally gay and straight (and some other) and we are starting to see more female members. I am also self-described as dl, though ageplayers seem to outnumber those of us to whom this is a kink, a turnon. I was confused initially over this: like I was "doing it wrong" or was just weird among the regressive crowd, and felt isolated and detached. My posting style reflected that.

    It turned out there's a range of feelings that rise over how we incorporate diapers into our lives; and commonly there's spillover between types of fun. As a kink, it overlaps with bondage, humiliation, slavery and masochism; ageplayers typically find it pleasant to see the world through innocent eyes, finding comfort on a more primal level, and feelings of being relaxed and protected, and secure.

    I am sure people with other fixations are as passionate about theirs, but with ours, it seems to occupy a bigger role in one's identity, and for that reason is so close to our hearts. I can't think of very many fetishes that involve constant involvement, the way people wanting to be padded all the time, even regress and roleplay as an infant or as a small child throughout a day. We don't have all that many 24/7 types but they do show up.

    You don't strike me as furry; but you may have noticed many of us are; melding another aspect of self-identity into the mix. Me, I am dl and also happen to be furry; I didn't cotton onto the furry part until the internet came along, and did not make much of it until late in life; it was pretty strong in me until into junior high, and co-existed along side diaper-fixation, but as a separate layer. Many others around meld the two identities, furry and dl and this produces babyfurs (There are non-babyfur diaperfurs but we are outnumbered!)

    You speak of diapers and pseudo-diapers since young, and are getting in touch with this now? You are surely in the right place then; you are among the world's best and most plentiful volunteer guides!

    Adisc does indeed not cater just to the fetishistic aspect, in fact not especially to it; half a dozen English language sites do that; I am on one or two. But at the end of the day, when the oversize cribs are put away, the diapers in the wash, th plackies hung to dry :wink: and fun and games over for the day, the person is still there, with dreams, nightmares, concerns, worries, joy and everything not connected to being infantile or turned on.

    We celebrate the personhood of our members, beyond though including however they happen to be connected to diapers. We are real. There is a person behind the roleplay, the images, the information, the username; we are a regular crowd, representing the gamut of society: except that we wear diapers for fun. This is what sets us apart from other diaper sites, excellent though many of them are. If I may, let me say they are a great place to visit, tourist traps; they offer fun and games we don't (like mate-seeking and porn that's their purpose. Adisc is a place I could - and do - call home.

    Trevor said his piece above well and briefer than I can; it's well worth pondering and following as you plunge in and explore about.

    (Oh a hint - why not tell us about the pseudo diapers from younger days? This would be great fodder for a diaper talk thread.)

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