Do girl diaper lovers have an inborn advantage than boys?

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Girls can use pads freely in public without any pressure and concerns, which is quite like a small-sized diaper. That's also why as a diaper lover, I also imagine being a girl (but can't be totally referred to as a transgender), and can use it on a daily basis and publicly. And girls even have a lot of menstrual products like period panties, which are, just the equivalent of diapers. More importantly, all aboveboard
Since I don't have a place to hide my diapers at home, I have long weaned off diapers and turned to my mom's pads, of course secretly at night when my parents are asleep. So I'm jealous of girls who just have this innate advantage, and want to complain why there isn't a product for spermatorrhoea popularizing :(

How do girl diaper lovers feel about their priviledge of using pads fair and square? Do think it can also give you kind of fun and enjoy it whenever you want?
 
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I mean, you can wear a pad too, you know. There's nothing at all stopping you! You could wear it out in public and there'd be no problems at all, since it'd be as discreet for you as for someone with a vagina.

I suppose you've worn them and liked them. I have tried panty liners before because I read they have an advantage for tucking technique which I used to be pretty obsessed with (for what it's worth, I hated them and didn't think it helped at all). I didn't think they felt anything like diapers at all, personally, but I also don't have a vagina and didn't use them in that way. I also don't wet my diapers expect on very rare occasions though, and I love how my diapers feel!

linger said:
[...] and can use it on a daily basis and publicly. And girls even have a lot of menstrual products like period panties, which are, just the equivalent of diapers. More importantly, all aboveboard [...] So I'm jealous of girls who just have this innate advantage, and want to complain why there isn't a product for spermatorrhoea popularizing [..] How do girl diaper lovers feel about their priviledge of using pads fair and square?
I mean, I think it's worth mentioning that, while this is totally a smaller thing, there's a lot of shaming and cruel jokes made at women's expense about menstrual stuff. People who bleed are in fact shamed a lot by some people for just having a body that does what it does.
 
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YakuiAndOzoi said:
I mean, you can wear a pad too, you know. There's nothing at all stopping you! You could wear it out in public and there'd be no problems at all, since it'd be as discreet for you as for someone with a vagina.

I suppose you've worn them and liked them. I have tried panty liners before because I read they have an advantage for tucking technique which I used to be pretty obsessed with (for what it's worth, I hated them and didn't think it helped at all). I didn't think they felt anything like diapers at all, personally, but I also don't have a vagina and didn't use them in that way. I also don't wet my diapers expect on very rare occasions though, and I love how my diapers feel!


I mean, I think it's worth mentioning that, while this is totally a smaller thing, there's a lot of shaming and cruel jokes made at women's expense about menstrual stuff. People who bleed are in fact shamed a lot by some people for just having a body that does what it does.
But in no way can I tell others that I'm obsessed with that kind of staff. Just in my cultural environment I think I would be ridiculed and shunned by my friends that I'm a weirdo, or even worse, undergo social death. Hence I really admire girls who can wear pads and period panties aboveboard
 
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they can get away with it better buy hiding diaper with wearing skirts and extra changes in purses
 
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I would not at all view pads as a privilege. Pads do not function like diapers, do not feel the same, and are intended to be used during a time of the month where a lot of us who have a period and are into ABDL feel incredibly uncomfortable, not just physically, but also because we are reminded of our adult selves.
Not to mention a lot of women are shamed by other women for using pads due to their base level similarity to diapers.
You can use the search tool and there’s plenty of insight from other women ABDLs on here regarding their feelings towards menstrual products. I think the majority of us wouldn’t list pads as one of the “privileges” of being an ABDL woman.
 
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babyjoe698 said:
they can get away with it better buy hiding diaper with wearing skirts and extra changes in purses
That's also a good point. Wearing diapers in pants really looks bulging and odd
 
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I guess a good question is whether or not female diaper lovers more readily find acceptance and understanding than male DLs. I'm inclined to assume they do, but, as a DL myself my inclination is biased. I find women in diapers incredibly sexy. I'm not sure non-DL men or women share that feeling. Hell, some men and women are harshly judgmental about women who choose to wear pads instead of tampons, as unfair as that may be.
 
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linger said:
But in no way can I tell others that I'm obsessed with that kind of staff. Just in my cultural environment I think I would be ridiculed and shunned by my friends that I'm a weirdo, or even worse, undergo social death. Hence I really admire girls who can wear pads and period panties aboveboard
Fair enough. I suppose my perspective is skewed by me personally just not having any interest in menstrual products. (Funnily enough, I find menstruation very interesting and appealing, but there's absolutely no need for me to go into details about that in a thread like this)

babyjoe698 said:
they can get away with it better buy hiding diaper with wearing skirts and extra changes in purses
Most fashionable skirts that aren't long and flowy are absolutely not very discreet about hiding diapers (and the long and flowy ones I imagine they tend to have the same problems as pants in a public setting). I'm not particularly tall and I don't wear particularly short skirts but they do not in any way cover the "sag" of even my dry diapers.

lilbabyjooce said:
I would not at all view pads as a privilege. Pads do not function like diapers, do not feel the same, and are intended to be used during a time of the month where a lot of us who have a period and are into ABDL feel incredibly uncomfortable, not just physically, but also because we are reminded of our adult selves.
Not to mention a lot of women are shamed by other women for using pads due to their base level similarity to diapers.
You can use the search tool and there’s plenty of insight from other women ABDLs on here regarding their feelings towards menstrual products. I think the majority of us wouldn’t list pads as one of the “privileges” of being an ABDL woman.
Cosigned. I obviously don't deal with it personally but I've seen a lot of what you have said in the world and that's what I tried to express in my first post. However, you expressed it much better and more succinctly that I could.
 
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YakuiAndOzoi said:
Cosigned. I obviously don't deal with it personally but I've seen a lot of what you have said in the world and that's why I tried to express in my first post. However, you expressed it much better and more succinctly that I could.
I think you expressed it very well even if you don’t experience it yourself! The only reason why my reply was more succinct (besides having a period and being ABDL) is because questions like these pop up fairly often on here, haha. So I (and others) have explained this a decent amount of times.
I do understand the thought process behind it, but pads are not diapers. They do not function the same way (just like being on your period and wearing a diaper will not function the same way a pad will), are made or different material, and I would say period underwear is even further from diapers than pads.
Pads are often shamed as a menstrual product choice in comparison to tampons or other products, many mothers dread having to wear diaper-like products after giving birth despite medical necessity, and in general I think diaper wearing with a vagina is a lil more difficult anatomically.
I can say I do think being able to wear dresses and skirts has made diaper wearing out easier but that just seems to be a perk since not all women like wearing skirts and dresses anyways (tho I do wish it was more socially acceptable to wear whatever you want, because I really do think it makes it easier to hide and change with skirts and dresses). And ofc I’m saying this all generally, based off of this thread, not in my reply to you specifically because I do think you understand.
If this is a topic anyone would like more insight on there are plenty of old threads about it on this site and I would encourage looking them up.
 
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linger said:
That's also a good point. Wearing diapers in pants really looks bulging and odd
Wearing any kind of pad liners diapers etc. just doesn't fare well with todays tight fitting leggings jeggings tights etc.
If it is tight enough to see the camel toe well you get the message about the other stuff.
Remedy - a suitable length skirt or dress does the job well - some color other than white best.

Female biology is what it is - each of the sexes have their own issues to contend with advancing in wisdom age and grace !
 
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I don't believe it matters if you're female or not. Pads aren't equivalent to diapers. There's some pretty thin pads out there that are literally undetectable whereas the diapers I want to wear are not discreet at all, way more padding, way more detectable. I'm not getting away with anything and period panties are nowhere near the same.
 
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linger said:
and want to complain why there isn't a product for spermatorrhoea popularizing

Who would want or need such a product?

linger said:
How do girl diaper lovers feel about their priviledge of using pads fair and square? Do think it can also give you kind of fun and enjoy it whenever you want?

The only people I have only ever heard of enjoying these products have been male. I'm not sure it can be called a female privilege.
 
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Wow no offense bud but I don't think you could call that a privilege....I always felt bad for my x as she had very painful cycles and I hated seeing her hurting. Along with the frustration of "ruining" undies and staining pants etc. I think I'll stay away from this as being incontinent I can understand fluids leaving your body without your consent can create some very uncomfortable situations. I personally sympathize with the pain and discomfort of it as I have no idea what it's truly like and wouldn't even try and hazard a guess. And as far as shaming goes I'd never heard of that...that quite sad really. As what works for o e and is comfortable for another is often not the same. Hopefully I didn't offend anyone but I'm running away from this one !
 
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To the contrary, there's a reason there are way more boys that become ABDL than girls.
 
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They make pads and under wear for just men in the incontinence section on every walmart. So I fail to see your point. I mean if you are waiting for male minstrel products then that is going to be a long wait. Companies are there to make money
and sailing minstrel product to a group of a sex that does not ministrant is just a stupid business plan. As for those transgender's that was male and no identify as female they want to buy stuff made for and worn aby other women as they consider themselves female and not male. I mean to be honest I will never understand any of that stuff in any type of real way myself nor do I wan't too. I am happy being the same person I was born into.
 
lilbabyjooce said:
I think you expressed it very well even if you don’t experience it yourself! The only reason why my reply was more succinct (besides having a period and being ABDL) is because questions like these pop up fairly often on here, haha. So I (and others) have explained this a decent amount of times.
I do understand the thought process behind it, but pads are not diapers. They do not function the same way (just like being on your period and wearing a diaper will not function the same way a pad will), are made or different material, and I would say period underwear is even further from diapers than pads.
Pads are often shamed as a menstrual product choice in comparison to tampons or other products, many mothers dread having to wear diaper-like products after giving birth despite medical necessity, and in general I think diaper wearing with a vagina is a lil more difficult anatomically.
I can say I do think being able to wear dresses and skirts has made diaper wearing out easier but that just seems to be a perk since not all women like wearing skirts and dresses anyways (tho I do wish it was more socially acceptable to wear whatever you want, because I really do think it makes it easier to hide and change with skirts and dresses). And ofc I’m saying this all generally, based off of this thread, not in my reply to you specifically because I do think you understand.
If this is a topic anyone would like more insight on there are plenty of old threads about it on this site and I would encourage looking them up.

lilbabyjooce said:
I think you expressed it very well even if you don’t experience it yourself! The only reason why my reply was more succinct (besides having a period and being ABDL) is because questions like these pop up fairly often on here, haha. So I (and others) have explained this a decent amount of times.
I do understand the thought process behind it, but pads are not diapers. They do not function the same way (just like being on your period and wearing a diaper will not function the same way a pad will), are made or different material, and I would say period underwear is even further from diapers than pads.
Pads are often shamed as a menstrual product choice in comparison to tampons or other products, many mothers dread having to wear diaper-like products after giving birth despite medical necessity, and in general I think diaper wearing with a vagina is a lil more difficult anatomically.
I can say I do think being able to wear dresses and skirts has made diaper wearing out easier but that just seems to be a perk since not all women like wearing skirts and dresses anyways (tho I do wish it was more socially acceptable to wear whatever you want, because I really do think it makes it easier to hide and change with skirts and dresses). And ofc I’m saying this all generally, based off of this thread, not in my reply to you specifically because I do think you understand.
If this is a topic anyone would like more insight on there are plenty of old threads about it on this site and I would encourage looking them up.
Thank you! Actually I've tried to search, but it seems to have no relevant results. Could you give me some accurate keywords or just links?
 
Periods and pads suck. You hurt (I have vomited and blacked out because the pain was so bad), and emotions all over the place And all you get from others is “ugh, emotional woman, stay away and laughter”.

When you are on your period, the smell, pain, other changes remember you that you aren’t a child, or A baby and it just feels WRONG to bring the two worlds together. I can pretend in my head I look smaller, I act different but then you get that tummy feeling and everything crashes and burns.

pads hold less urine that doubling up on your underwear … they aren’t created for thin liquid. Plus you have to buy them AND pay tax …. There is no tax on cookies but women have to pay tax on pads and tampons for being a woman.

I cried for hours when my period starts and that feeling comes back every month …. And even worse now that I’m 34, have chronic illness issues and haven’t had a date in 14 years …. It’s a monthly reminder that I may never get to be a mom and I love playing with my friends kids, my moms goal if life was to be a grandmother and there is almost zero chance of that happening now.

So no I do not feel privileged …. You boys should be privileged that you don’t have a clear monthly reminder that you are in fact an adult and not the little/toddler/baby you desire to be.
 
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LittleAndAlone said:
To the contrary, there's a reason there are way more boys that become ABDL than girls.
is it though? or is it that girls are very vocal or part of communities because of the comments and interactions we get …. There are many posts on here about that
 
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Well, I will just say that there aren't as many women DL's who enjoy staying in a poopy diaper. Even if they did want to, the risk of a vaginal bacteria infection is just too great.
 
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lilbabyjooce said:
I would not at all view pads as a privilege. Pads do not function like diapers, do not feel the same, and are intended to be used during a time of the month where a lot of us who have a period and are into ABDL feel incredibly uncomfortable, not just physically, but also because we are reminded of our adult selves.
Not to mention a lot of women are shamed by other women for using pads due to their base level similarity to diapers.
You can use the search tool and there’s plenty of insight from other women ABDLs on here regarding their feelings towards menstrual products. I think the majority of us wouldn’t list pads as one of the “privileges” of being an ABDL woman.
I’m afab trans and yes I second what you’ve said! I also wanna add I don’t honestly think you could wet a pad, like a panty liner works for very light dribbles but that’s it
 
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