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Diapers at the airport

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chevre

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So, I'm flying tomorrow. I'm not a big fan of flying. But I was thinking that I'll have plenty of downtime and I'll be on a plane for a while. So I was thinking about going diapered.

On the other hand, I'm a little nervous about security. I'm sure you're allowed, but it might be suspicious or strange. I'll be traveling alone, and so I really don't care if security or other people see it while checking me over.

Have any of you tried it or hae any experience doing it? How did it go?
 

FluffyFluffers

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You can go diapered I now some people Who have done it.

They just pat you down and they are not going to say anything about it. (you could get them fired I'm sure if you had a real problem)

Although bring 1-2 changes with you in case in a =carry on.

BTW I am going to be flying for 5 hours in a few years what do you think :p
 

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I do it basically EVERYTIME I fly.. it's amazing.. I usually wear a bambino or something thicker, jeans, and a sweatshirt sometimes tied around my waist. It's really nice to be able to relax while flying and waiting in the airport sooo cool
 
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Least I know down here security don't even touch you at all, provided you clear the metal detectors and all that jazz.

Besides, what's the worst that could happen? They're paid to be professional and respect people using the airport services. They aren't exactly going to be pointing and laughing, and last I checked, incontinence products weren't illegal. ;)

Nonetheless, I'm sure the airlines would prefer to keep their seats dry, which does mean respecting the dignity of their passengers!
 
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I didn't have any problems the one time I flew diapered. I had changes in my carry on bag, and changed in the bathroom during my layover.
 

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I've never been felt up by an airport security dude except for one time when I somehow managed to set off the metal detector in Poland. You should be fine.

Since we're on the topic of airport security, don't you hate it when you have to take your shoes off at the security checkpoint?
 

FluffyFluffers

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Ah the only time I ever got searched was when I had that dead dodo bird in my bag.....

joking
I've never riddin a plane.
 

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I've been pat down by a security dude in England. He also must have felt the diaper although they deliberately exclude private areas. Of course he didn't say anything. In fact, he never even had a split-second lag in his small talk (about the weather or what I had done in England or whatever) because I probably wasn't the first person who was wearing a diaper.

Peachy
 

chevre

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Hm, all right :). You've convinced me; I'm going to try it haha. Thanks for the input.
 

BluTack

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Nope I had no problems ether. Just behave yourself and you should be clear.
 

PFD

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It's interesting to change diapers in an airplane bathroom! Almost as much fun as changing in a moving bus. You'll be fine, it's no big deal. Nobody knows that you like 'em.
 

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I highly doubt you'd have a problem ever.
 

T00L

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Yeah it seems to me like the only thing to worry about is to just act natural. If wearing diapers is making you anxious in public they might find that suspicious. If you're comfortable wearing them though then I can't imagine a reason why they'd give you a hard time. Like its just their job to maintain security at the airport i'm sure they checked hundreds of people per day one guy wearing a diaper is very unlikely to interest them.
 

chevre

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Yeah. I'm sitting here right now in the airport diaper and all :). Didn't have any problems.
 

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Nope I had no problems ether. Just behave yourself and you should be clear.
*puts away his C4* Yes daddy....:D

Diapered? AIRPLANE!? When I start going alone, that's definitely something I must do...
 

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It's never been a problem for me, though I've never been patted down when flying. I wouldn't worry about it, as it's not like they're going to say anything.
 

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Flying while diapered should be fine, at others have suggested. Having a knee brace in the bag does increase the chance security will search it. Thankfully, they normally try to be discrete in my experience.
 

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Ugh, I'd imagine it'd be extremely difficult to change on a plane. #1 It's an extremely small space; #2 There is only a limited amount of restrooms, and there is bound to be a queue, which increases the risk of rash and ppl trying to knock the door down while you take your sweet time changing.

Also, knee braces=??
 

LittleAdam

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Ugh, I'd imagine it'd be extremely difficult to change on a plane. #1 It's an extremely small space; #2 There is only a limited amount of restrooms, and there is bound to be a queue, which increases the risk of rash and ppl trying to knock the door down while you take your sweet time changing.

Also, knee braces=??
LOL, no one tries to knock the door down. That's absurd.
 
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