KimbaStarshine said:The issue I see is that probably few people who buy their diapers at the store actually tell the clerk they wear them for pleasure. So unless her customers are particularly honest and forthcoming for some reason, I'm not sure how that could be an accurate number.
Gcanyon said:The clerk Ispoke to was familiar with the abdl population so her estimate of rec users was specific to those who wear for reasons other than incontinence.
I was in my twenties when I lost my continence and bought Attends,of course over the years I have "fallen " into enjoying my diapers and become a DL and I can tell a diaper wearer from half a block away because ass level is what I see all day long from my chair.INTrePid said:but how can she know for sure if someone is buying for recreational or medical reasons? You can't just assume that all younger people are buying recreationally.
Merp said:When you say prescription, are you speaking of medical coverage? I don't know if any place that will say "I'm sorry, but with out a doctors note, I can't sell you adult diapers".