Maybe I’m not ABDL??

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I was never into ABDL. I am only into wearing tight plastic pants. I would always go to Kmart and buy the gerber toddler vinyl pants(3 pack for 2.29) and wear them without a diaper. I did this starting in the late 90’s(when I was 16) till about 2007 when gerber stopped making them. I’m so glad I have a good stockpile. I just prefer wearing tight fitting plastic pants. So would I still be considered ABDL?
 
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I suppose not really since you dont do the baby stuff OR the diaper stuff idk
 
JaysonTheRegressor said:
I suppose not really since you dont do the baby stuff OR the diaper stuff idk
That’s what I was thinking. For me it actually started out wearing plastic trash bags as underwear and then I found out about gerber plastic pants and thought I would give them a try. They were amazing and I have been hooked ever since.
 
I think we have form of asperger syndrome. But I think we are smarter than normal people. We infatuate with things more than most.
 
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Possibly on strict definitions you might not qualify as ABDL but we're not purists.

If you feel a sense of community you should feel empowered to consider yourself a part of this ABDL milleux.

dljonathan said:
I think we have form of asperger syndrome. But I think we are smarter than normal people. We infatuate with things more than most.
I'm sorry but this is incomprehensible.
 
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You would think. Now you know.
 
I like to think of ABDL as less of an individual identity and more of a community association. Do you participate in or enjoy being a part of the ABDL community? Do you find people who can relate to you in the ABDL community, even if your interest doesn't exactly align with conventional ABDL interests?
 
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now you guys see, definition of normal? I don't care.
 
RainbowConnection said:
I like to think of ABDL as less of an individual identity and more of a community association. Do you participate in or enjoy being a part of the ABDL community? Do you find people who can relate to you in the ABDL community, even if your interest doesn't exactly align with conventional ABDL interests?
Yes I do participate in ABDL activity but don’t get turned on from it. Yes I enjoy being part of the community. Yes I find that other ABDL people can relate to me.
 
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mark28277 said:
Yes I do participate in ABDL activity but don’t get turned on from it. Yes I enjoy being part of the community. Yes I find that other ABDL people can relate to me.
Then here's the most important question -- do you personally identify as ABDL, or want to?

Based on what you've said in your response, I'd absolutely consider you ABDL, if that's the title you also choose for yourself. So long as you want it, then please don't feel like there should be technicalities holding you back from identifying as ABDL. Those "technicalities," to put it bluntly, do not exist. You are who you are.
 
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