I felt this way a long time ago. If that's how you enjoy wearing, it's great. I still wouldn't be surprised if your feelings changed over time.I'd absolutely never wear a diaper in public. Too risky and that is just going to make me and everyone else uncomfortable. I'd rather wear a diaper when I'm in my room or my own place of residence if I move out.
Yeah after awhile you just don’t care anymore... if you want to wear you do it. I once wore to a sleep study, and recently to the children’s hospital for a MRI of my heart and brain (I have a heart defect that requires yearly checkups). I had a onsie and a pair of track pants on walking around the hospitalI felt this way a long time ago. If that's how you enjoy wearing, it's great. I still wouldn't be surprised if your feelings changed over time.
I think the crinkle sound is really hard to hear for anyone but the wearer assuming you're not just wearing sweats or gym shorts over it. Jeans kill it for the most part unless you're in a dead silent room. I have underworks compression onesie and it totally kills the sound....plus it helps kill muffin tops.Pants that hold it in place help with the crinkle sound usually have keys or something like that just in case