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reluctantdl

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Hi everyone. I'm new to the site, and honestly, new to talking about my DL side in general. I'm learning to be more okay with myself, one day at a time. I'm blogging about my journey, too, so that's good I guess. I'm hoping that by finding a support community (woo!) I'll come to understand myself a bit better and learn to be okay with this side of my personality. Anyway. Existential Crisis info aside, here's my intro:
I'm 28, female, LDS. I'm a writer and an aspiring book editor. Recently decided to apply for another Master's degree program in Library Sciences. Cause that job market is a lot more lucrative than the publishing industry. Both deal with books though, so I'm happy either way. Yes, I'm a book nerd. A nerd in general, really. Nice to meet you. ;)
My blog:
reluctantdiaperlover.wordpress.com
 
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RedStripeLvr

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Greetings, Reluctant, and welcome! Always glad to have another writer/literary type here. Though it's been a couple years since have written anything for publication, I still consider myself a writer at heart (well, my degree's in Lit, but you know...). You'll find all kinds of support and information here.
 

PCBaby

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Hi There. i noticed you listed yourself as LDS, I'm an excommincated LDS, was a high priest until I came out as Bi to my Bishop, so a word of warning don't tell a church member, they will want you in therapy.
 

armydipr

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Hi everyone. I'm new to the site, and honestly, new to talking about my DL side in general. I'm learning to be more okay with myself, one day at a time. I'm blogging about my journey, too, so that's good I guess. I'm hoping that by finding a support community (woo!) I'll come to understand myself a bit better and learn to be okay with this side of my personality. Anyway. Existential Crisis info aside, here's my intro:
I'm 28, female, LDS. I'm a writer and an aspiring book editor. Recently decided to apply for another Master's degree program in Library Sciences. Cause that job market is a lot more lucrative than the publishing industry. Both deal with books though, so I'm happy either way. Yes, I'm a book nerd. A nerd in general, really. Nice to meet you. ;)
My blog:
reluctantdiaperlover.wordpress.com
Hey my wife starts her master in lib science and university of texas this winter, good luck, you can do eet.
 

StrangelyShapedTree

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Hi everyone. I'm new to the site, and honestly, new to talking about my DL side in general. I'm learning to be more okay with myself, one day at a time. I'm blogging about my journey, too, so that's good I guess. I'm hoping that by finding a support community (woo!) I'll come to understand myself a bit better and learn to be okay with this side of my personality. Anyway. Existential Crisis info aside, here's my intro:
I'm 28, female, LDS. I'm a writer and an aspiring book editor. Recently decided to apply for another Master's degree program in Library Sciences. Cause that job market is a lot more lucrative than the publishing industry. Both deal with books though, so I'm happy either way. Yes, I'm a book nerd. A nerd in general, really. Nice to meet you. ;)
My blog:
reluctantdiaperlover.wordpress.com
Hey. Great blog. I read the post about your conflict as a Christian and where diapers fit in there. Have you always been a DL? I converted just a few years ago but the spiritual side of this fetish is a near-inexhaustible source of thought for me. The hardest thing for me to conceive is that God may have actually wanted me to be this way, to have a diaper fetish, even though it has caused huge rifts in my Christian relationships. It's particularly sensitive for me right now because my ex thought nothing of it to leave me over this. But anyway...

I think you'll find a great community here. It's a great place to ask about diaper recommendations. And there's actually a decent Christian *base here. It's a niche but it's there. So welcome!
 
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PCBaby

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Whilst no longer a member of the LDS because of their stance on LGBTQ matters I'm still a Christian. At the end of the day the bishop had to refer the matter to the Stake Bishop and there wasn't much he could do given the churches permission, So; I've forgiven them but at least I was honest with them although it took a lot of prayer before I finally decided to do it. The other thing was I had seen a documentary on the LDS and a 12 year old girl rose to give her testimony, She started out fairly normally but then started talking about how HF made us all and that she wanted to be with a girl not a......... at that point they cut her mike and escorted her out of the room along with her parents. Poor girl, if she wasn't conflicted before she will be now.
 

reluctantdl

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Thanks for the replies, everyone.
To answer questions from most recent to least:
@Andrewgdfw Yeah, I think a lot of my internal conflict comes from guilt and shame. It's a hard thing to reconcile.
@PCBaby , I'm sorry for the way you've been treated in the past. That's certainly not what I personally believe should happen in this situation. I know plenty of LDS members that have come out, and they're still a part of the church. There's actually a bit of a community within the church now, helping to support those members and educate others on how to treat them.
@StrangelyShapedTree , I'm not sure I've always been DL. It kind of started out as a wetting thing. I'm sorry that your ex wasn't understanding about the whole thing. I'm terrified of telling anyone irl right now, let alone a future spouse. I suppose I'll cross that bridge when I come to it, hopefully with help from my new community of friends. :)
@armydipr , thanks for the good vibes!
@RedStripeLvr , I really do hope to find a good support system here. Thanks for being the first to welcome me!
 
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