Adult Diapers For The Rest Of Us

Have you ever just “let it go?

You’re laying in bed and too lazy to get up or sitting in a long meeting at work and can’t really leave the room or in the middle of a movie and not wanting to miss any part whatsoever or hiking up a mountain when the urge hits you? And when all of these things happen you have to bide your time, hope for the best, and eventually find your way to a bathroom facility of some kind? I know what you’re thinking: it’s a complete and total waste of time…

…and wouldn’t be an issue if wearing adult diapers all the time was acceptable.

Society has conditioned us to think that having zero control whatsoever over your bowels is a bad thing. And sure, it means you aren’t the master of your nether-region from a liquidy-standpoint. That’s bad. I can agree with that. But what I can also agree with is this: once you do have complete control over that area of how your body works — you should be able to do whatever you want, whenever you want, and not be judged.

The only reason wetting your bed as an adult or missing out on that rest stop with “tragic results” is considered to be a horrible thing is because, again, society tells you it is. But what if society made it okay for all of us to go around wearing adult diapers just like it’s okay to go around wearing a watch or socks? What if you could lay in bed and never have to get up? What if you could sit through that long meeting without a care in the world, smiling away as the warmth spread across your body and face? What if you could never again miss a scene from a movie or hike without worry since you’d have an adult diaper ready to go at any given time?

I suspect you’d be happier than ever before.

Adult diapers don’t have to be made out of hospital-grade white plastic. They could be made by Hilfiger and LaCoste. They could be made of soft fibers that don’t chafe. They could be sold at Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s and be printed in the kinds of patterns and colors that would go with the most elaborate of outfits from wedding gowns to togas. They could, finally, for once in our lives make living and existing even easier since we’d never have to interrupt life with trivial concerns like having to get up and go to the bathroom.

As society advances exponentially, we have gotten rid of a lot of the complications of the past. Once hunter/gatherers who scoured the countryside for animals to kill (for meat), we now simply “gather the phone” and call for food. Once bipedal creatures who walked to locations, now we simply walk five feet to an automobile and propel ourselves to any desired location. So don’t you think it’s time to take the most primal of all instincts and simplify it even more thanks to a myriad of technological fabrics?

Sure, someone is thinking — “but when we were cavepeople we just went to the bathroom in bushes and weren’t civilized at all, and then we advanced and started learning how to use sewer systems and what not — isn’t that getting rid of the complications?” Alas, technology doesn’t always get rid of complications but provide us with new ones instead. And thus is the case of the structured bathroom experience — it has ripped society apart at the seams, confusing and confounding young humans and complicating their lives to the point of ridiculousness.

That is why there should be adult diapers for the rest of us.

Wear them all the time, wherever you want, whenever you go out in public. Don’t be afraid of people’s opinions, since everyone will be wearing them. Forget about “holding things in” from this day forward and feel free for once in your life. Make the elderly finally feel embraced instead of ridiculed and remove the teasing from the adolescent equation that affects so many children in a negative way. Give every person in this world the opportunity to live, learn, grow and urinate anywhere and anytime without societal pressure to “hold themselves in.”

Adult diapers for everyone. It’s an idea whose time has come.

54 comments on “Adult Diapers For The Rest Of Us

  1. Sandy - May 22, 2007 at 9:29 am -

    If only life was that simple! I agree entirely, nappies are just another form of underwear. I wear them for convenience: to get a good night’s sleep, to be comfortable during the day instead of having to rush to the toilet, to endure UK’s horrendous traffic jams without that ache of needing a wee. So what? I’m not forcing them on others, I’m not exposing my nappies for all to see, I’m not dirty (I don’t do that) so no smells… I use terry nappies and plastic pants most of the time, so no environmental landfill problems either.

    The poster and others who see fit to poke FUN at us have much to learn and frankly aren’t worth any time or consideration. If they took time to get to know those who do wear nappies they would find understanding, kind, thoughtful and caring people – some of the best friends they could wish for. Live and let live.

    By the way I’m 57 and have worn nappies voluntarily for most of my life – and I don’t care what others think!

  2. Liz - May 28, 2007 at 4:15 pm -

    This is such an odd post.
    Although I am not making fun of all of the people who decide to abide by this lifestyle, I think its so weird. Its not that society tells us it is wrong to wear diapers as adults, but dont you think it is a bit unsanitary to be walking around with your poop rubbed all over your butt all day?

    And to those who say it is unsafe to hold it in, why do you think there are so many bathrooms around us? Babies use diapers because they are little newborn beings who over time learn how to take care of themselves, and of course at that age they do not have control over their body’s functions. I have never even considered using diapers, and do not understand the fetish that comes along with it. I do understand, however, if seniors or people with disabilities need to wear them, like my grandpa (reason I came upon this page), but come on, many of you would agree that being an adult and having control over OTHER aspects in life, such as a job, being a parent and having other responsibilities, is very important, so why not be an adult about this issue and have control over your body’s needs?

    p.s. I’m an 18 year old girl, and I would think someone my age wearing them would be absolutely ridiculous!

    and at this moment I have to pee, so I gotta go =]

  3. mike m - May 29, 2007 at 11:36 pm -

    After getting home and diapering myself up for the night, I decided to check out the site this evening. It’s been a while since I’ve been here. Twenty four posts since my story. Some looked good, some okay, and no bad ones since my last vist. I left my story because I liked the look of this sight, and it was a chance to say something.
    Today I”m not sure what to say. I see a few posts saying how crazy some of us are for wanting to wear diapers. I must be crazy then. I hang cloth diapers and plastic pants on the clothes line in the back yard, and 40 trains a day go by seeing them flap in the breeze. If I only hang them in the back yard, am I only 50% crazy, or am I still 100% crazy? Do I get pro-rated depending on when I went to adult diapers at a certain age? You never know, I might only be half crazy.
    So far I have typed fifty lines, taken twenty minutes to do it, and deleted them all. Three times. It’s not just a matter of what to say, but to say it right.
    I guess I just can’t find the words to say that I’m an adult diaper lover and an adult baby. I think the baby bed with rails, baby bottles for bedtime, occassional baby music, onsies, footed sleepers, a rainbow color of plastic pants, and a license plate that reads: 1 AB DL might be a dead giveaway. Course, I’ve been wrong before.
    So, when I got to bed tonight, I’ll go to bed with a triple layer disposable diaper on, plastic pants (hmmmm, which color tonight?), and one of the ten pre-filled baby botlles from the fridge, and I’ll snuggle up in my covers with the fan blowing on me. Tomorow I’ll wake up. Hopefully. Woudn’t want to wake up dead, now would I? I’ll stay in a diaper until it’s time to go to work, then take it off to join the group of people that don’t wear diapers. What would it be like if the tables were turned, and the whole world wore diapers? We’d probably poke fun at all the people that didn’t wear a diaper, wouldn’t we?
    It’s just a matter of etiquette. Etiquette is defined as The practices and forms prescribed by social convention (that’s you and me) or by authority. That means that if I can get lets say, 50,000 more people to wear a diaper during my lifetime, then it’s more socially acceptable, isn’t it? It sure is, because society says it is.

    Time for beddy bye. See you all again soon.


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