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    Hello I have cerebral Palsy and a birth defict that affects my bowel control. I've been in and out of diapers since birth due to my bowel issues. In my teenage year I started to like diapers. In 07 I start wearing 24/7, got tired of cleaning up accident in underwear. Would like to make friends who share are incon and/or are interested in diapers.

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    Hi. Welcome to ASISC! there are plenty of incontinent members here, in fact, theres an entire Forum dedicated to that. I, myself, am more of a diaper recreationist (never had continence issues), but will provide encouragement as I am able. Just curious, how severe is your CP?

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    Hi there, welcome to the site!

    You've hit the jackpot with the community, most (not all) of us are either IC or interested in diapers. I am not IC, but my interest varies from diapers for comfort, to sometimes being cared for as well.

    Would you say you are a heavy diaper lover, or just come to love them from having to wear all the time?

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    I would say i'M a little of both. When I was a kid I hated wearing diapers. I was made fun of in school for my accidents during my teenage years I start to enjoy wearing them. To be honest it was mainly a sexual thing. Now I enjoy a lot about diapers. I really like the feeling and the comfort. Plus they make my accidents easier to deal with. I can't see myself going back to underwear.

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    I guess really when you *have* to wear, learning to love them makes sense - good coping mechanism! I guess as a teen with puberty it was probably inevitable to be sexual at that point too... we've all been there!

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    Just so you know, some people will get the wrong idea from your username 1983cpdude, and interpret cp as meaning "child porn" not "cerebral palsy." You have of course made the meaning perfectly clear; but I thought you should still know. On the off-chance anyone reacts oddly and you have no idea why.

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    My CP is on the mild side it mostly effect my speech and hands. I can walk and do most things others do. Do you have any experience with CP?

    ---------- Post added at 21:31 ---------- Previous post was at 21:26 ----------

    Thanks for pointing that out didn't think about that. Do you think I should change it?

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    No experience with CP, really. I've just seen people with really bad CP (wheel chair bound) and others with very mild CP that you can hardly tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1983cpdude View Post
    My CP is on the mild side it mostly effect my speech and hands. I can walk and do most things others do. Do you have any experience with CP?

    ---------- Post added at 21:31 ---------- Previous post was at 21:26 ----------

    Thanks for pointing that out didn't think about that. Do you think I should change it?
    I was thinking you might change it because outside this thread you might have to keep re-explaining; I am thinking two things. One is that the present name looks a bit arbitrary, kind of cobbled together and not a name you might have a lot of personal attachment to. A good name needn't be based on anything that will identify you, but can still be distinctive. My name has been changed before.

    The other thing that occurs to me is you may not want to be known for your cerebral palsy; you can mention it if it's relevant but who you are as a person is more important than your disability.

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    Welcome here at adisc! Like Myworld 08 already said, there are many incontinent members (including myself) here. Take a look at the incontinence section...

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