Tuesday, August 12, 2014

peeing in the shower to become incontinent

Step 1: Pee in the shower

Step 2: ...

Step 3: Become incontinent!!!

No, this post is not about peeing in the shower.

Well maybe it is, a little bit, but not really.

The title of this article comes from the old teen forums on DPF (Diaper Pail Friends) so many years ago. I found DPF when I was kid and spent so many nights of my childhood browsing it's pages, praying my parents didn't open the door. Since I was just 13 when I found DPF, I frequented the teen baby forum. While I am grateful that DPF did separate the adult and teen forums, I think it made for an interesting situation.

The teen forum was filled with liked minded people who were in the same situation I was. So many of us were there for answers. We had been experiencing these new feelings inside us and found diapers and/or ageplay helped us to cope with the world. Of course, since everyone was in the same boat, no one had any real answers.

We were all there asking our questions and giving our opinion on what *insert random username* was going through. Sometimes it was something you were experiencing and could interject stories of your own experiences and "share a moment". Sometimes it was a way more adult question that needed a good answer, not just an opinion from someone in your age group.

Venturing into the adult forum looking for answers was an entirely different experience. It was somehow more real. Gone was the sugar coated playpen with cotton candy pillows and plushies galore. Say hello to real life. The adult forum was plagued by spam and down right nasty comments from non abdl friendly people. To be fair, I didn't delve into the adult forum until the early 2000's, so if it was once a nice place, please let me know so I can change my mind on it.

There was a great website brewing back then that answers many of the questions that I had. If only I knew about it! In 1998 Scarleteen was formed and has grown into an amazing place for upfront answers to your questions. They actually boast roughly 750,000 visitors per month, with most being between 15 and 25. It is also the highest ranking website for sexual education and sexual advice, and has been most of it's existence. If you have questions about sex or sexuality I encourage you to go check Scarleteen out. Also, as always, if you are under the age of 18, please seek out that site now and come back when you're 18. Thanks!

Back to the topic at hand.

I remember a specific topic from the teen forum on DPF that was, for some strange reason, stuck at the top of the forum for a very long time. It must have been a constant repost because it never had many responses. I felt like it was posted and taken down and reposted over and over again. It also seemed to spawn many other topics of the same nature. This, of course, was the innocent and immature question of "Will peeing in the shower help me become incontinent?" Of course that's a silly question. But it harkens back to a simpler time in my life.

I'm a pretty nostalgic person. Sometimes I miss being young and ignorant. I miss those days when all I knew was wearing or even just thinking about a diaper turned me on. Back when I thought maybe if you peed in the shower you could start to lose your bladder control. I felt like everyone wanted to be incontinent back then. There were so many topics about what to do, and regular progress reports.

I know many of you have gone incontinent by choice, and, while it's not for me, I applaud your determination.

But we all have to grow up some time. Eventually you will find the answers to your questions and you will find yourself. At some point you will even realize that peeing in the shower won't make you incontinent no matter how much you try. It does save water though.

Friday, August 8, 2014

new icon update

Just finished drawing a new icon for myself. I'm so happy with how it turned out!

You can see my new icon down below, and soon on all of my social networks.

Speaking of which...

Come follow me on twitter! 

I'm also on fetlife!

Here is my tumblr blog!

I'm dl_dex on kik if you are so inclined for a chat.

On to the new icon!

Monday, August 4, 2014

a soggy diaper conversation

Well, not days after I wrote the previous 2 diapered camp fire posts, this happened.

My wife escaped the living room for a minute quickly as we were watching youtube. I yelled to her asking if she wanted me to pause the show, but there was no answer. After a couple minutes she emerged moving quickly in my direction. She was now sans her pants, and plus one diaper. I don't even remember the last time she wore one. And it's been over a year since she put on on herself.

Needless to say, she had other things on her mind. And now that she was on top of me in that diaper, I had certain things on my mind too.

We made out on the couch for a couple minutes before moving quickly to the living room. But what was said on the way is the reason I wrote this post. She stopped before we got to the hallway and said, "You can wet your diapers around me you know, I don't care."

That was probably the last thing I ever expected to hear from her. "Oh yeah?" was all I could manage.

She quickly replied, "It was little weird for me at first, but I don't care anymore."

That statement basically sums up her entire experience with this side of me. It came as a total shock to her, and she struggled, to say the least, to come to grips with it. As time has moved on, she has accepted me for who I am. A feat to which I can never be too grateful.

You know, this isn't even about wetting a diaper. I don't want anyone to think I am just being selfish here. I am perfectly happy with the way things are or were. I never even brought up the fact after that first night. In fact, even after this conversation, I still don't usually do it anyway. 

I am forever grateful for her continued acceptance, but I'm not here to push this lifestyle on her. If she wants to do something or push something further, that's her call, and I like it that way. 

Friday, August 1, 2014

new depends ad with pictures

One of my twitter friends pointed me toward a new ad campaign from one of the staples in adult incontinence products, and it caught me by surprise.

Depend underwear has launched an ad campaign titled "Drop Your Pants For Underwearness" They are joining forces with the band Capital Cities, to host a free dance party in New York City on August 6. You can even RSVP on the Depend website for a chance to meet the band!

I love that Depend is hooking up with a major band to promote this new campaign. I know a lot of us in the ABDL wold are hear for fun and personal enjoyment, but that's not the case for a large number of us. Some of them found the ABDL world due to existing conditions that forced them into diapers, and they found us to be a welcoming and accepting part of society. And, of course, there is an even larger part of society who needs protection and doesn't know about or isn't interested in the ABDL world. According to the Depend website, there are about 65 million Americans living with bladder leakage, and 12 million of those people are under the age of 35.

It makes you wonder how many ABDLs exist in America, or the world...

Back to the topic at hand. Along with this concert promotion, they will also be donating money to charity. I looked through their donation terms and conditions and pulled out the important information for you. 

Depend brand will donate $1 for:
  • Every pant drop, photo and video shared and tweet tagged using #Underwareness and #DropYourPants
  • Every personal video made about what Underwareness means to you that is uploaded to YouTube and tagged #Underwareness and #DropYourPants.

They will donate up to $1 million each year for a total of $3 million. All of this money will go to United Way Worldwide and The Simon Foundation for Continence. They will, however, ensure that the maximum donation is achieved so the previously mentioned charities will receive the maximum $3 million per year.

I have to admit, the main reason I was inspired to write this article was their promotional campaign. It features many different people, solo and in groups, and young and old, wearing diapers. I'll add a few screen shots below, but I urge you to visit their website. There's a lot more to see.

So check it out and let me know your thoughts! I would definitely go if I lived in New York City. It would be interesting to see how many, if any, ABDLs go pantsless. I'm sure there will be a few non-abdl guys in diapers walking around as a joke.