Slomo Posted April 5 Share Posted April 5 In a other thread about what type/color anyone chooses to wear, I'm only seeing positive reactions to others noticing us wearing a not-plain-white diaper (or even just a diaper in general). That got me wondering, regardless of our need for wearing a diaper, has anyone ever been confronted about wearing one and gotten any pushback or negative remarks from that person? And how did you handle it. I'll go first. I can say in 25 years of being urinary incontinent I've only had 1 almost bad confrontation and like a dozen cases where someone legitimately asked why I was wearing a diaper (as if they don't know what a diaper is used for, lol). For the almost bad one: I was at a friend's house on a beach for some weekend drinking, and had not brought swimwear as I knew I had no interest in swimming. This beach, like most, is somewhat-ish secluded, but still public. And was about 1 mile from a popular public beach access. And sure enough we all ended up heading to the beach at one point. At first I declined to go, but everyone knew I was diapered already and didn't care if I went in just that. Even saying it would cover me more than a speedo, so it's not indecent either. So there I am, laying in the sun and minding my own business when some guy (ironically in a speedo) comes up to me while yelling about everything he could think of. Children, indecent, disgusting, the works. Important to note here, I had on a regular Abena (which has those racing stripes), nor was I wet at the time. Well, before any of us could even respond, a beach cop comes driving up. Long story short, the cop threatens this guy with a ticket for disturbing my peace and tells me that while unusual I'm still fine and to have a nice day. For the legitimate questioning: Each time I simply replied I needed them because of an auto accident. That's usually taken at face value, and usually I'm given a "sorry to hear that". Sometimes with follow up questions, but nothing bad or negative has ever come up from it. Also of note, long-ago I switched to wearing Crinklz, which has prints on it (for my own reasons). And yes there have been a few legitimate accidental waistband exposures, as well as purposeful ones in medical settings. Never once have I gotten anything close to a negative comment with them. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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