A video about a few adult babies in the media.
A video about a few adult babies in the media.
Sadly you are only seeing one side of Riley I have seen some shocking things what Riley as posted what is really mixs age regression with sexual gratification what makes it wrong, sadly Riley can't be used as a view or a point to help this scene if anything some of his/her actions could damage a clean and friendly regression scene, not everyone as seen this side of Riley and I hope you never do as I was shocked myself for a few years from there blogs and vids I wouldn't of believed it until I saw it.
sadly its not just the media that is creating these problems its also the users, mixing a simple thing of regression with any adult topic not just sex will create problems but so many people are willing to let these topics mix and mess up the scene, its sad, this is why I will no longer class myself as AB or anything that is interlined as AB I follow a new Scene well I more then follow me and my wife created it but hey lol
But thing is the age regression seen needs a new light and new hope AB is not it, AB as a fetish side of it and I respect people have the right to have these feelings but lets go to the basics A = adult ok that is the person not the topic and B = Baby this is the topic what people want to act like, BABIES don't have sex, they don't give to hoots what is happing in the world, this needs to be made clear so there should NEVER of been a fetish side, this is why the scene as a bad name and the media will pick on that like he said in his video we are a easy target and this makes us much more of a target I still shocked how many people are willing to go along and accept this
I love you sig lol I would agree I wear nappies at times to keep me sane
I want him to make more videos, even tho he uses the AB tags he does seem to have many views the same as me and my wife we love watching his stuff.
No one has any right to shame another for there kinks. There is a saying in the BDSM world "my kink is my kink and your kink is yours but I have no right to judge you"
Only the sexual side is seen as deviant behavior
I don't know. I sort of get what you're saying, but... Empathy is a two-way street. Given that judgement is pretty much inevitable in society, I tend to regard it more as a consequence of an insufficiently structured approach to introducing foreign things. Gather together any group of unsuspecting people, blurt out that you're a homosexual transgender unemployed diaper fetishist with Asperger syndrome, and you'll endure a lot of harsh judgement and general uncomfortable-ness. Find that common ground, though, and ease in on your oddities one at a time, and things will go better for you.
The thing is, TV talk shows don't like to ease in on things. They're going for those gasps. The only variable we, as a community, have any control over when it comes to The Media is which of us decides to become the newest freak in the freak show. And, really, we don't have much control over that. All we can do is advise people to consider the impact to the community and what sorts of prejudices will be inspired by such incautious outings. And, after that, we all get to grow thicker skins.
Actually in the BDSM world there has log standing been a subgroup called daddy Dom/little girl and it's a sexual link involving the power exchange between a little and a big. So for ALOT of people there is a sexual component to regression and age play an it has nothing to do with pedophilia.
The daddy dom/power exchange has never been a sexual thing for me just like ABDL has never been, although I'd be lying if I said that it was not there, I just try to ignore it and not to act on it. Not sure how my "daddy" feels about it though, never cared to ask.
I think you and Penny might be talking about two different things. Penny's post is about the ideal: we should all live and let live as long as nobody is doing any harm. If one is a bit turned off by a certain thing or combination of things, it's best to ignore it and let others enjoy themselves.
Your point, on the other hand, is about the practical reality: Even though people shouldn't judge or try to force their opinions on others, they do it all the time. So the best way, in practice, to deal with people is to appear as "normal" as possible and introduce unusual things one at a time and very slowly, which I totally agree with.
Sex is always a topic that will garner interest in the media. I believe our aversion to unusual sexual practices arise naturally in us but are greatly amplified by religious beliefs, even among most of the atheists. It's not too hard to understand how someone here, who likes to attempt to regress to the pure innocence of babyhood, would be offended by any suggestion of a sexual connection, especially considering the obsession so many people have with the evil of pedophilia. It's also not too hard to understand a sexual attraction to diapers in the sense that we are aware there are many objects people can develop fetish desires for, even if we don't know the cause. As has been mentioned, this is only a "rift" in the ABDL community. The general public doesn't concern itself too much with this detail because it sees the whole issue either as a suspicious mental illness, or a deliberate, perverted, sinful, activity.It's interesting to see the rift between the sexual and non sexual sides.