supernerd222

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  1. My observations have led me to believe that relationships between sexually incompatible people will eventually fall apart. Even vanilla people can find that they're not sexually compatible, and you see them get marriage counseling and divorces all the time. I think you're actually underestimating the importance of sex to a large segment of the population. Lots of people people have this fetish, but they're still sexually compatible with vanilla people. Some people with this fetish just aren't. For the people that are, your advice is good advice. For the people that aren't, I think that pursuing relationships with vanilla people is ultimately futile. I'm not saying that deep interpersonal connections aren't important in relationships. But sex is also important. I'd even argue that sex is partially responsible for the deep interpersonal connection: it dumps all these hormones into your body that foster intimacy with your partner. I'm sure there are people reading this thread that know they're never going to have a sexually fulfilling relationship with a vanilla person. I think their time would be better spent pursuing a relationship that has both personal and sexual compatibility than trying to make a fundamentally broken relationship work.
  2. That's kind of a broad sweeping statement to make about what people should prioritize in their relationships, don't you think? Some users of this site have a hard time having enjoyable sex outside of their fetish. It seems unfair to say that if they want a sexually fulfilling relationship, they're overemphasizing their sexuality.
  3. Yeah, I used to do this before I had access to real diapers. I have some not-so-fond memories of spending whole afternoons MacGyvering stuff together from trash bags, menstural pads, tape, and kleenex. They never worked very well, and real diapers are always better. If you're really determined, the best design I came up with is also the simplest. Just take a trash bag, poke two small holes at the bottom corners, and push your legs through them so that it looks like the stupidest pullup ever. The small holes stretch to fit your legs and form a seal. You can fill it with whatever padding, or just use it as is - at least with the shape of my legs, it's totally waterproof.
  4. Thanks dude, +1 for the translation. How did you do it? Do you have some kind of OCR software that can pull the text from the video, or do you know Chinese script well enough to just type it out? I've tried to translate videos before, but the only way I know how to get the text to plug into Google Translate is to use a website manually compose each character from a list of radicals, which takes way too long.
  5. No, absolutely not. We should all be supporting the petition for there to be an ABDL theme park/colony on the moon. We must not divide our efforts trying to petition anime into existence. We need all our collective powers of conjuring focused on the biggest goal.
  6. In this short video, a generic anime guy goes to the beach with his best friends: Murdoc from the Gorillaz, and a gender-bent version of Dave from Homestuck. Things get awkward fast when it turns out that the latter two both wear diapers due to partying too hard every single day. Murdoc talks about how Ketamine makes your bladder tiny, and FemDave freestyles about how amazing diapers are. Unfortunately, they monologue for too long and pee all over the beach. The generic anime guy pops a massive boner in his swim trunks, and asks himself why everything is always so wonderful. At least, that's my interpretation. I don't know Chinese. If anyone can figure out how to download this, though, that'd be awesome.
  7. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/trump-us-cruise-missiles-hit-syria-airbase-1.4059761
  8. More proof that annoying customers are a universal constant. As far as my personal tastes are concerned, your site is probably one of the best: when you do videos that line up with my interests, they're excellent, and you make videos I like more often than most other sites I've tried. However, back when you could pay to download individual videos, that was so much better for people with a specific preference. I was perfectly happy to go through and buy just the most appealing videos. Now I have to buy a subscription, and I only do that occasionally for a month at a time because I'm mostly interested in a small subset of the videos. I mean, you've clearly crunched the numbers and optimized. But your old business model got way, way more money out of me, and I was happier to have spent it.
  9. It's funny. I'm definitely more on the side of enjoying porn of people who don't want to be in diapers, are humiliated when the have accidents, etc. And I've always had the opposite gripe: it seems like the majority of videos are of people who are playing around in diapers. I wonder if there's some confirmation bias at play here.
  10. That's some high-quality pornography. Anyone else would have just taken the shot at a flat angle from behind, and it would be indiscernible from the thousands of identical diaper butt shots. But this guy had the knowledge and motivation to take the time to set up some creative framing and some excellent lighting, and elevated it.
  11. I figured out what you meant, but there were an amusing couple of minutes before that where I was trying to figure out if you forgot to add the word 'worker', or else what sort of job sewer is a nickname for.
  12. Source would be the video I linked to. That sentence was just a slightly florid summary of the guy's interpretation of the correlation between autism and fetishes. And I mean, it makes sense as a hypothesis, doesn't it? Is it surprising or illogical that autistic folks, who are prone to fixating on things, would also be prone to fixating on things in a sexual manner? I would be more surprised if that were not the case.
  13. No, online bullying shouldn't be illegal. Bullying is a natural human behavior found in all cultures, age groups, and settings. It's even found in the animal kingdom. Bullying is older than man itself. You might want to get rid of it, but you're not going to be able to. If you make it illegal, all you'll achieve is a prison system full of angry confused young people - mostly male, largely teenagers. Many will be otherwise nonviolent. Almost universally, they'll have been using bullying as a coping mechanism. Many of them will be middle bullies in multi-tier bullying chains, where they bully someone weaker than them to deal with being bullied by someone stronger than them. You'll lock them all up together, and then x years later (where x is the number of years you want to lock your average internet bully up for) when they've learned to be violent criminals, you'll set them free temporarily, and then lock them up again since going to jail means you can't have a job anymore. If you lock enough of them up, the smarter ones will notice that online bullying isn't a worthwhile gig anymore, and go back to old fashioned physical violence. Bullying is too vague and broad to be the basis for a law. If you made it easy for victims to get police to arrest cyberbullies, it's glaringly obvious to me that the law would be abused. You'd have invented a new type of cyberbullying, where the bully goads the victim into fighting back, and then cries cyberbullying. Even if the victim didn't get arrested, just getting your personal chat history combed over by the police trying to determine who's bullying who would be awful. Due to the subjective nature of bullying, the law would absolutely devolve into a slippery slope. There's no easy answer to where bullying actually begins, and no matter where you set the precedent, there will always be room for unfair convictions of people who don't deserve to go to jail. If the court definitively states that some class of interaction can't be considered bullying, creative bullies will find ways to bully within the bounds of that interaction. Eventually, it'll be one of those "I know it when I see it" things. That's not the kind of world I live in, where I can go to jail because someone took something I said the wrong way, or has an incentive to pretend to.
  14. The way this video breaks it down, it's actually pretty logical that the two would be correlated. The video is about furries, but everything is still applicable. Basically, a fetish is where you get caught in a feedback loop where you were able to access good sexual feelings through an object, so you keep going back and doing it again and again until that pathway to your sexuality is the easiest (or only) one. Since pretty much the defining characteristic of the set of traits we call autism is a tendency to get fixated on things, the more autistic your brain is, the more fertile a breeding ground it is for fetishes.
  15. Nice one! Hot, even if it was satirical. Here's one from the Korean Depend youtube channel. They had their own version of underwareness, but with more Asians, which is always nice.