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And I'm on this site because for some reason, I love wearing diapers! I know that sounds obvious considering the website, but I have absolutely no idea where the attraction comes from, and I hope this website will help explain it
Welcome to the site, I hope you'll like it here. Unfortunately, we're not really good at explanations for this, or at least not at any one explanation. What we are good at is what I think is really the more important bit: learning to accept and take enjoyment from this little oddity of ours. It's certainly unusual, but that doesn't mean it's bad. I hope you'll like ADISC and that you'll come back and tell us a bit more about yourself in addition to diapers, like babyracer37 suggested.
Where does *BDLism come from?
We don't know. Nobody does.
Unfortunately, it's true. Nobody has found a link to anything in childhood etc.
Other than that, what are your interests outside of *BDL? Hobbies? Sports? Music? We want to get to know you as a person outside of diapers.
Welcome to ADISC and I hope to see you around.
Not entirely true - there's a certain amount of anectodal evidence that *B/DL is linked to being pushed (either deliberately or accidentally) to grow up too fast at an early developmental stage, resulting in a latent desire for the time that you "skipped over". Where a pure paraphilia like DL derives from, no-one is quite sure. Since *B/DL is relatively rare, and doesn't generally stop a person functioning in society, it hasn't been extensively studied.
Hey jaytay, welcome to ADISC! I Hope you enjoy yourself here, even if you can't find any hard and fast answers. I will say, given that you list yourself as Incontinent, that you wouldn't be the first IC here who came to fall in love with nappies - it's entirely possible that it's a mechanism to help you cope with what, unfortunately, is often regarded by the narrow-minded as a shameful disability. You can either be ashamed that you have to wear them, or embrace them - there doesn't seem to be much middle ground, and the former is definitely not healthy, psychologically speaking. Try the IC forum - you may find some help there.
I'll echo the others responders - what are your interests outside of nappies?