- Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Diaperfur
I mean so are drugs but I kicked 3 types of opioids hahaI just turned 70 and believe me the more you do this the harder it is to quit. If you think and or want to get out of it do it now while to are young because it while not an addiction is very habit forming.
I understand that, and yes I agree. I guess I just feel a little shaken up by the culture shock
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The fact that this place used to let minors in is... Very VERY concerning. Thank god they stopped.I hope I can give some input here. I'm 25 now but I joined here in my mid-teens back when the site still allowed minors.
I think a large part of it is your assumption that it's something you'll grow out of. When you take that viewpoint and assume that it starts young, then old people taking part seems really weird. I came from the opposite end and assumed it was something you didn't grow out of - an intrinsic part of your character or sense of self. While it was initially a bit odd at first, because all old people seem a bit odd at that young age, I realised that many of us are not so different inside.
The other reason it can seem weird is because I think children often think about 30/40 year olds and 60/70 year olds doing things by imagining their parents or grandparents doing those things. Pro tip: never think about things in terms of your relatives doing them - it's always weird.
Really the only thing age ends to correlate with is how much control over your own life you now have, and the number of mistakes you've made while getting there.
Now I'm 25 and really don't feel any different regarding ABDL to when I was 16. I've had time and opportunity to try more things and learn more about it, but the feeling is the same.
My advice is basically to ignore the age unless the topic makes it relevant. Old people aren't always wise and young people aren't always naive. Some of the younger members have gone through tougher times with more responibility as children than many others ever have to as adults, while some young adults are experts while we have older members who are just discovering this side. Don't judge a book by it's cover.
Oh snap! All of that is creepily similar to me, except I don't have an autism diagnosis. I always found it easy to talk to adults and have more grown up conversations. It makes the social immaturity harder to deal with when people see the other side and expect you to be mature. I still feel very young inside all the time.
It's sort of funny. People on here often used to assume I was about 20 years older than I am before they could see the age. You're someone who I assumed was older before I looked at the age.
My main worry is that- no offence but this all gives me a very 'older people accidentally giving a predator vibe' vibe.
I sure as hell hope nobody on here is a predator.
Ugh... Just gross man. Ya know?