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  1. In a remarkable turn of events, HuffPo lauds John-Michael Williams, proprietor of brick-and-mortar ABDL outfit Tykables, as a "sex hero," as part of Voice Editorial Director Noah Michelson's Sex Heroes series. This series "explores the lives and experiences of individuals who are challenging, and thereby changing, mainstream culture’s understanding of sex and sexuality." This is good publicity, y'all! In fact, this is probably the most celebratory description of ABDL folk I could imagine. Here is the link a second time: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tykables-adult-baby-storefront_us_58d127f7e4b0be71dcf7e9ba?
  2. Reductress is an excellent website. Thanks for sharing. The content is satirical, however. Also, this is in the wrong section.
  3. Definitely New Orleans, and according to IMDB, during Essence Fest (the US's largest celebration of Black culture). I have never seen a balcony zip line in the French Quarter. Sounds dangerous! Because everyone is drunk! Also, sudden waterfall risk, as exhibited in this trailer. The clarification of the last joke in the trailer (not spoiling the punchline) made me actually laugh out loud. Very charming bit!
  4. @Reine Sevia and @supernerd222: Those reactions are utterly fucked. As a father, I cannot imagine reacting to something that is essentially trivial and harmless and private with such rage and lack of understanding. I hope that you've been able to have excellent and fulfilling relationships that involve diapers/whatever since. People deserve to be treated with dignity, and it's a shame that your parents chose not to pursue that path. @jboarder64L : your story is almost a comedy of errors! Be happy! Have fun! I have never had someone "find out" that I didn't want knowing (as far as I know). But I also never had a stash of dips until I was on my own. I also follow the "only tell people who need to know" maxim, since under no circumstances do I want to discuss what gets me off with family members or 93% of my friends. Everyone I told was either cool with it, open to it, not open to it but ultimately tried it anyway, or kinda into it.
  5. Here is an old video from YouTube that features what you are talking about, oldtimer. Dare u 2 sit on a guy_s lap and pee on him.mp4
  6. Two slick stories! Thanks for posting them, and I'd love to read more from you.
  7. It's sort of nice that omo has led to some people to explore outside of neat categories: one weird kink opening up a broader swatch of human sexual potential. Maybe we should think of categories like heterosexual, homosexual, etc., as loose guidelines rather than policeable and bounded essential identities.
  8. Hey @poads, fair enough if you find benefit telling people to bring your relationship to the next level. You seem to have done a cost/benefit analysis and for you, the benefits clearly outweigh the negatives (especially since you don't find the ridicule humiliating). My comment was intended to do two things: 1) establish a criterion for telling someone (when I asked why would you want to keep people in the loop and what possible benefit would you derive) and 2) to state that having a diaper fetish is not like homosexuality, because being LGBT has legal and social consequences beyond being the butt of a joke or losing friends. Also, and this is going to sound about 20% more snarky than I intend it to, Google is not an authority on the meaning of words. Humiliate, in any form, comes from the Latin humilare, meaning to bring low, as in the humble, which is a cognate. The Oxford English Dictionary (which is an authority on the English language defines humiliating (as an adjective) "That humiliates; that lowers one's dignity or self-respect; abasing, mortifying." As in your feelings may or may not matter in whether you were humiliated by something. What matters is that you were brought low, that you enter into a state of lessened dignity. Dignity just means the quality of being worthy or honorable (OED), which is why the definition adds the option of self-respect to a possible quality to be injured in the act of humiliation. I know that was pedantic, but I feel that the situation that causes ABDLs to want their fetish to be normalized is the very real threat of humiliation, not only in self-esteem but in being seen as undignified in the sense of being unworthy of respect, potentially jobs, or companionship. These are real instances of debasement, though, as I said, they are not remotely the same as dangers of being gay in a not too distant past of armed police raids of gay bars, of being barred from the benefits of marriage, and of vigilante anti-gay violence.
  9. I think the issue about keeping people in the loop is why would you want to? What possible benefit could you derive from, say, your parents knowing (which is what a lot of people seem to want)? The difference between ABDL (and BDSM and any kink or sexual preference) and homosexuality is the there were (and are) specific legal barriers and vigilante action against them. Committed gay couples could not get married, could not receive marital benefits or be declared next of kin. Individuals couldn't serve in the military until they could if they could keep it a secret. Also, there were are are still hate crimes against them. Even though the US Supreme Court struck down anti-sodomy laws, homosexual men are still rounded up by police and jailed in places like Baton Rouge, Louisiana. So the difference is that ABDL stuff isn't against the law and there is no widespread exclusion of ABDLs from wider participation in American society. Sure, people can be ostracized and humiliated, and that sucks, but it isn't the same. And at the heart of the advice of not "outting" yourself to people you don't intend to sleep with is do not put yourself in a position of being humiliated if you don't need to, especially if it will strain your relationship with whomever you tell.
  10. I have no idea if this is really from the 1970s, as the title of it implies, but maybe it is. The title (schmalfilm) also implies that it is on either super 8 or 16 film, which seems about right. I got it from this vk page. That user also has a video called "vintage pi and other..." that is a scene from "Wet Weekend" by Danish pornographers Color Climax, which I believe is from 1981. There is a panty-peeing scene over a chamber pot, but I'm not uploading on account of the excessive amounts of fellatio, etc., which is against the rules here, I think. schmalfilm_1970.mp4
  11. Great capture, and exquisite expression on her face. Also am into the coloring. Thanks for sharing.
  12. In the meantime, you can also set your computer's date back a day while visiting omo.org. Probably pretty dangerous.
  13. I'm still reading too! Pumped to see next installment.
  14. The selfies stress me out a little—the fact that they are in a gallery detracts from the authenticity they might gain from being "unproduced." They would seem more authentic if they were part of a blog written by the model or something. The portraits are fine, but you know what I think would be really cool: fine art photography. Not that you or anyone has time for that, but I would love to see how my favorite photographers would do/would have done wetting pix: Robert Mapplethorpe, William Eggleston, Sally Mann, Joel-Peter Witkin, etc. In other words, I'd like to see photographs done with an eye toward both studium and punctum.
  15. Diapers are not drugs. Though your buddy had a diaper bender, four days in a dip does not an incontinent person make. If your friend feels a compulsion taking hold due to the comfortable feeling a diaper imparts, that's fine. That's not an addiction, and your friend should feel at ease wearing whenever desired. That said, if the compulsion to wear diapers is getting in the way of living (preventing your friend from being social, working, or taking care of basic hygiene, food, and shelter), then your friend should probably seek help from friends and perhaps professionals to understand and maybe exorcise the self-destructive aspects. Even then I hesitate to call that problem "addiction," a gesture that would seek to medicalize a habit in this case and force a binary way of addressing the problem (either quitting or not). Secondly, it would take a lot of effort, months of training, and a single-minded (and I would argue dangerous) commitment for your friend to lose continence. There is no danger there, unless your friend is deliberately courting it by undergoing unpotty training or whatever.