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I used to have a tumblr account but I deleted it because I was not a fan of the abdl community on there. It seemed to be all about diaper crotch pictures and sex, and I quite honestly feel that's highly inappropriate thing to be posting online. It also makes it hard for outsiders to accept it or see it in a good light when it appears so pornographic. That is most likely what my parents saw when they discovered my secret. Diapers are intimate because they are in an intimate area and I feel a diaper pic is no different then posting a pic of yourself in your underwear. Private images like that should not be exposed to every single human being with access to a computer on earth. It's immature and highly illogical in my own opinion to do such a thing. But I don't know the people so I reframe from judging the individuals. I just think just like people should keep sex in the bedroom, age play and diapers should be highly private as well.

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ABDL's on tumblr are really overly graphic and sexual, it's pretty bad there. I'm pretty sure Tumblr is getting rid of porn by the masses though, so maybe it'll be cleaned up eventually, but Tumblr is a cesspool so I really doubt it.
 
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ABDL's on tumblr are really overly graphic and sexual, it's pretty bad there. I'm pretty sure Tumblr is getting rid of porn by the masses though, so maybe it'll be cleaned up eventually, but Tumblr is a cesspool so I really doubt it.

It's what really maker it hard and sometimes still makes it hard to accept this part of me because there is no way in hell I want to ever become like those people but it's so easy to fall short and look at all the pictures because it's well porn and I have zero chance of acting on my abdl desires so going to the internet is my only option but that is extreeeeemly dangerous. I try my best to stay on adisc because it's full of sane individuals
 

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Tumblr's probably one of the largest cesspools on the web, so this kind of behavior is disappointingly unsurprising. But feel free to judge them all you want; naturally, this fetish will have bad apples that need judgment. Without judgment, there is only chaos.
 

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Yep, it's pretty bad.

Although I'll be the first to admit that I was a huge part of the problem last year. I had an ABDL Tumblr account with 4000+ followers where I posted several pics of myself. And while none of them were technically pornographic, I'm also not proud of them in hindsight. The attention I received became addicting and it was difficult to quit


However, I eventually deleted my Tumblr account as a New Years resolution at the end of 2014 and I haven't gone back ever since. :)
 

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I have no idea what Tumbler is. I do know to steer clear now though, thank you.
 
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Yep, it's pretty bad.

Although I'll be the first to admit that I was a huge part of the problem last year. I had an ABDL Tumblr account with 4000+ followers where I posted several pics of myself. And while none of them were technically pornographic, I'm also not proud of them in hindsight. The attention I received became addicting and it was difficult to quit


However, I eventually deleted my Tumblr account as a New Years resolution at the end of 2014 and I haven't gone back ever since. :)

I used to have an account to but I noticed my person was changing into something bad because of the people I was meeting.

Yeah with the picture thing I talked with this girl who said she doesn't even consider herself abdl she just likes posting pictures of her in diapers because of the attention she got. She even went as far to say she is proud of them. That kind of attention though is addicting and unhealthy

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I have no idea what Tumbler is. I do know to steer clear now though, thank you.

You're lucky. It makes you shameful that those people are in the same community as us
 

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I would not call it bad. That is not porn, just sexualized diaper shots. That and true diaper porn are growing, which means our community and acceptance is growing. I have no problem with that. As far as placing pictures of yourself on there in a Diaper, Sissy, Baby Out fit? If you are a young person PLEASE DONT! Those things come back to haunt you in your professional life. I would not be caught dead doing that. Go to the Nude Beach? Sure. Have someone see a high diaper band? Sure. Walk in the woods? Sure. Even if someone sees you and you did not mean to, they will forget and not care. Posting on the internet can last for years.
 

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When I opened a tumbler account and searched ABDL, I got a picture of an AB girl being changed and fully revealed by the boyfriend. I either abandoned or deleted my account and never came back. I do not do porn. It's bad enough on fetlife.
 

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Private images like that should not be exposed to every single human being with access to a computer on earth. It's immature and highly illogical in my own opinion to do such a thing. But I don't know the people so I reframe from judging the individuals. I just think just like people should keep sex in the bedroom, age play and diapers should be highly private as well.

I'm a bit confused, are you anti-pornography or just don't want ABDL stuff to be portrayed pornographically?
 

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It's what really maker it hard and sometimes still makes it hard to accept this part of me because there is no way in hell I want to ever become like those people but it's so easy to fall short and look at all the pictures because it's well porn and I have zero chance of acting on my abdl desires so going to the internet is my only option but that is extreeeeemly dangerous. I try my best to stay on adisc because it's full of sane individuals

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Yeeeaah sane now follow me down this completely safe dark sceulded alley
 

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Singing puppets can't be wrong, can they? If they're right, the Internet is for porn: [video]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=m5z5U_xd8EU[/video]

Maybe it's for a few other things too but it's a big one. While some are uncomfortable with the sexualized aspects of ABDL, I think it's more productive to seek tolerance (at least) of harmless human sexuality than to attempt to keep it repressed. Personally, I'm not very visual that way and most pics don't really appeal in that way, but I'd be fine with it if they did.
 

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I'm surprised by the attitudes toward pornography in this thread. Looking at pictures with sexual content is "falling short"? Pornography is "evil" and an "addictive drug"? Tumblr is a "cesspool"? People are actually making New Year's resolutions to stop looking at diaper photos? Really?

All of this opposition to pornography makes no sense to me. Pornography gives people pleasure, and pleasure is good. Pornography also helps to inform people about the variety of forms that human sexuality can take.

Pornography is only bad if (a) it is made in a way that exploits or mistreats the models or actors, (b) it distorts people's expectations about sex in a harmful way, or (c) it becomes so all-consuming that it gets in the way of work, family, or social life. (a) and (b) are larger issues with commercially-produced pornography than they are with Tumblr, where most of the material is the work of amateurs. (c) I think is relatively rare.

Pornography can be associated with problems in relationships when one partner watches, looks at, or reads porn and the other regards this as cheating. In most such cases, I am inclined to think the anti-porn partner is the one at fault. In 2014, to expect that one's partner will never look at porn is unreasonable. Prudery, not porn, is the problem in these relationships.

But I don't know the people so I reframe from judging the individuals.

Whenever someone says "I don't judge," they really mean "I do judge--harshly."
 

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I would not call it bad. That is not porn, just sexualized diaper shots. That and true diaper porn are growing, which means our community and acceptance is growing. I have no problem with that. As far as placing pictures of yourself on there in a Diaper, Sissy, Baby Out fit? If you are a young person PLEASE DONT! Those things come back to haunt you in your professional life. I would not be caught dead doing that. Go to the Nude Beach? Sure. Have someone see a high diaper band? Sure. Walk in the woods? Sure. Even if someone sees you and you did not mean to, they will forget and not care. Posting on the internet can last for years.

The problem now days is if you openly walk around in a diaper it is highly likely your image will appear on the internet. It is normal to see people whip out their cell phones to take a shot of anything unusual. It only takes a moment to post a picture on the internet from a phone.

As for diaper porn, any porn can be actually addictive. It can stimulate pleasure centers in our brains much the same way drugs do, which is what makes them addictive.
 

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I'm surprised by the attitudes toward pornography in this thread. Looking at pictures with sexual content is "falling short"? Pornography is "evil" and an "addictive drug"? Tumblr is a "cesspool"? People are actually making New Year's resolutions to stop looking at diaper photos? Really?

All of this opposition to pornography makes no sense to me. Pornography gives people pleasure, and pleasure is good. Pornography also helps to inform people about the variety of forms that human sexuality can take.

Pornography is only bad if (a) it is made in a way that exploits or mistreats the models or actors, (b) it distorts people's expectations about sex in a harmful way, or (c) it becomes so all-consuming that it gets in the way of work, family, or social life. (a) and (b) are larger issues with commercially-produced pornography than they are with Tumblr, where most of the material is the work of amateurs. (c) I think is relatively rare.

Pornography can be associated with problems in relationships when one partner watches, looks at, or reads porn and the other regards this as cheating. In most such cases, I am inclined to think the anti-porn partner is the one at fault. In 2014, to expect that one's partner will never look at porn is unreasonable. Prudery, not porn, is the problem in these relationships.



Whenever someone says "I don't judge," they really mean "I do judge--harshly."
When there is a topic on controversial stuff, expect more negative than positive stuff, particular from conservative people like myself (lol). Bluntly: it's called a troll magnet.

My thing is if it gets thrown in the face of people who do not want to see it, when they are just looking for ABDL stuff, I really will react because that, indubitably, is absolutely wrong.
 

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People are actually making New Year's resolutions to stop looking at diaper photos? Really?

All of this opposition to pornography makes no sense to me. Pornography gives people pleasure, and pleasure is good. Pornography also helps to inform people about the variety of forms that human sexuality can take.

I fail to see how my New Years resolution to delete my Tumblr blog is so far-fetched. I was at the point where I was wasting several hours a day simply looking at other people's pictures or posting my pictures of my own. This was time that could have been spent doing something meaningful or productive, making myself a better person or making the world a better place. Instead, I spent time focusing on self-pleasure.

The fact that I ran one of the most popular blogs on Tumblr only made it worse because I wasn't only wasting my own time, I was causing thousands of other people to waste theirs as well. Of course they were all adults who are responsible for their own actions—I was still part of the problem, not the solution.

Also, the logic behind the statement, "pleasure is good." is completely flawed. Pleasure is only good if you're actually doing something good. In many situations, that's not the case. Rapists and sex-offenders take pleasure in what they do. Serial killers take pleasure in murdering other people. People take pleasure in doing illegal drugs—even the most harmful ones. People take pleasure in over-eating to the point where it's unhealthy. Some people simply take pleasure in watching other people suffer

None of these things can be justified simply because they're pleasurable and neither can porn.

Pornography is only bad if (a) it is made in a way that exploits or mistreats the models or actors, (b) it distorts people's expectations about sex in a harmful way, or (c) it becomes so all-consuming that it gets in the way of work, family, or social life. (a) and (b) are larger issues with commercially-produced pornography than they are with Tumblr, where most of the material is the work of amateurs. (c) I think is relatively rare.

While I agree with these statements, you might as well say, "touching an open flame is only bad if you get burned."

Most people who watch porn do have their expectations distorted in some way—no matter how small. Unless you mean to imply that all pornography is an accurate representation of sex. Even if watching porn only distorts people's expectations at a sub-consious level, it's still happening.

And obviously, if you're watching porn, you're not not working, socializing or spending time with family. You're not doing anything productive.
 

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I'm anti pornagraphy. It's a highly addictive drug that I feel is evil

I know people who produce porn to live. Nowadays it is very easy and SAFE to support yourself like that and it is a valid thing.
You cannot vilify people who have found the job of their dreams, who live happily and safely or their audience who support them. A lot of good porn has come forth like the Crash Pad Series which promotes queer bodies, and SAFE sex! A lot has changed since the 80's

Sex is not some sort of weird demon, it is a very normal part of the human experience. Also people who are not interested or just want to stay away from porn should have the option to. All pornography should be labelled or tagged well enough to avoid it, and any sensible human being or a true professional will do so.

I can understand the feeling that a whole lifestyle gets painted with a broad brush because of some portion of it is fetishistic (kinda like the furry fandom) but I cannot sympathise with the demonisation of people's occupations or even just hobbies. If no one is hurt, there is no problem.
 

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I fail to see how my New Years resolution to delete my Tumblr blog is so far-fetched. I was at the point where I was wasting several hours a day simply looking at other people's pictures or posting my pictures of my own. This was time that could have been spent doing something meaningful or productive, making myself a better person or making the world a better place. Instead, I spent time focusing on self-pleasure.

OK, this makes more sense now. I can understand why you'd want to resolve to stay away from Tumblr if it was eating several hours a day.

Also, the logic behind the statement, "pleasure is good." is completely flawed. Pleasure is only good if you're actually doing something good. In many situations, that's not the case. Rapists and sex-offenders take pleasure in what they do. Serial killers take pleasure in murdering other people. People take pleasure in doing illegal drugs—even the most harmful ones. People take pleasure in over-eating to the point where it's unhealthy. Some people simply take pleasure in watching other people suffer

There's space in between taking pleasure in something bad and taking pleasure in something that's good for reasons distinct from the pleasure it causes. A lot of the things we take pleasure in are neither good nor bad, apart from the pleasure they bring about. Think about movies and TV. Some films and shows have real artistic value, but most are just entertaining fluff. Or think about computer games. Some have real educational or skill-building value, but most are just entertainment.

If you think it's bad to spend four hours a day, every day, playing computer games or watching mindless TV, I'd agree with you. One hour a day is not bad. People need time to relax. I don't think four hours of porn is any more a waste of time than four hours of crappy television. I often hear people condemn television, but rarely with the bizarre vehemence I hear directed at pornography.

Most people who watch porn do have their expectations distorted in some way—no matter how small.

Not every change in expectations is a distortion. Distortions are destructive changes. A desire to be more adventurous or to try something new can be a good thing.
 
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