I mean, the comments kinda sum it up..."I could have lived out my life being blissfully unaware of this fetish"..."There was a camgirl who dressed up like a clown while a puppet jizzed blood on her face. I'm not gonna freak out over a diaper."..."People do some weird things they enjoy, without hurting others. Why would I care?"...it's the most I could hope for from the general population
Reading through the comments, you can find some hate comments as you could anywhere else. At the moment I would say it's about 25% hate, 25% of not caring, 25% of finding it acceptable and 25% whom are actually AB/DL.
It was a pretty nice article overall. I am actually surprised to a certain extent since articles about being trans generally get more hate. For some reason I would have expected the opposite.
Being transgender and AB/DL, likely two of the most hated groups on the face of the earth (Not counting criminals), is always sort of an odd feeling. I am just sort of glad being able to hide one of them is loads easier than the other ... >.> says the person who failed at hiding it from all my family members XD.
It's not unsurprising that there are going to be hateful comments on an article about something like this. But it's nice to see that a good amount of people are accepting or at the least don't care. AB/DL doesn't seem like something too difficult to conflate with worse things.
I read Cracked semi-reguarly, and after reading past articles on BDSM, Furry Porn, Fire Play, and Vore, I suspected that an ABDL article was coming up, and low and behold. Here it is. Cracked articles generally tend to be good and be respectful of whatever they're interviewing, so I was definitely pleased with this article. The comments were pretty much what I was expecting. A couple hate comments (Yeah, I hate those, but those responses aren't surprising), and there were a lot of "Not my thing, but whatever. Do whatever you want" comments, which I really like and appreciate. I was tempted to comment and give another ABDL voice, but considering how I use a different non-ABDL user name on Cracked, nope.
I read the article and noticed it almost completely ignored the DL aspect, and focused almost exclusively on the AB aspect. I would have liked to have seen comments from someone (like me) that's strictly DL.
It's certainly better than the one they released a few years back that was just chalked full of inaccurate slander. Something along the lines of all DL's are into the AB's and get off by doing all the gross things they could think of.
Most people in that comment section actually saw through how stupid the article was which was nice to see.
I think this article shows that people and society as a whole are becoming more accepting of "deviant" things people do. The interests that logically don't harm or hurt anyone and what people want to do on their free time is theirs to do.