- Adult Baby
Wrong to me is raping and killing. Other things as well, but just being an asshole is not one of them. If I could see I would just enjoy the freak show. Long-term it will do no damage to you seeing a guy in a diaper. To say that this guy is not wrong is far from saying that this guy isn't pathetic. He definitely is that. Why you would want to do what he does, I haven't the slightest idea. It would do absolutely nothing for me. But doesn't hurt anyone? No. It doesn't. It's only unpleasant.
Actually, the guy has a child, and he's indirectly harming the child.
As stated by a few people before me, what if he somehow passes this fetish onto his child? Or what if he's teaching his child to express himself too extremely? What happens when his child goes to middle or high school, and people find out who his father is and what his father does? He's teaching his child very awkward world views and values and potentially setting him up for failure and abuse at school, all because he wants attention for his diaper fetish.
However, it wasn't until after people had already told him that what he was doing was morally and socially wrong that we found out he had a kid or was even married. The fact is that he goes into places like McDonalds, which as you may know is a big hotspot for younger generations. He's, in a way, exposing something to children that they do not need exposed to, and I can almost promise that he's made some parents incredibly uncomfortable. Who can blame them for feeling that way? He's exposing children to a diaper fetish that he has, all because he wants attention for the thrill and fun of it. Kids do not need to be exposed to an older man's thighs and partially nude lower body, nor do they need to be exposed to the man's undergarments, and in this case, those undergarments happen to be possibly used diapers.
So now he's exposing other people's children to his acts for the fun of it, and he's setting his own kid up for failure all because he craves attention.
Society is built on the social norm, and this guy is purposely breaking it and saying "well I don't even give a damn, deal with it" all because the guy has a kink and he needs to flaunt it around to the world. People were in that McDonalds before he arrived and your argument is that they should leave? That no one has the right to be offended? I disagree wholeheartedly, people do have the right to be offended when the person offending them is purposely breaking the social norm for attention and the person doesn't even care that he's doing it. They were there first. The social norm was around before he was even born. You can't break the social norm like that, claim you don't care, and then also claim that people do not have the right to be offended because it's your business when you're purposely flaunting your fetish and kinks in front of them. If you don't want someone to get offended and think they don't have a right to do so, then keep your business where it belongs, in a place where it can't be minded (because that seems like a problem apparently): behind closed doors and in the private.
If it isn't in private, then people have a right to be offended.
If you purposely break social norms and rules and clearly state that you don't care, then people have a right to be offended.
If you're exposing your kinks and fetishes to people who don't want to see it, in a place where it does not belong, and possibly around children, then people have a right to be offended.