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Survey - AB/DL Practices - 4 - Needing Diapers Essays

By B. Terrance Grey

Sections: Basics - media (texts) - partners - coming out (texts) - needing diapers (texts) - significant others (texts)

Edit 1 Jan 2017: This page was updated as part of the tenth year standards update.

42)Is there a comment that you would like to add about wearing diapers 24/7, losing control, or needing diapers? (Optional)

Along with the multiple choice questions, the survey included a few essay questions. Some of the responses are presented below. They are sorted unscientifically. Emphasis was given to answers based on experience or that touched on aspects not covered by the preceeding questions. For example, the multiple choice questions didn't differentiate between lacking daytime and nighttime control (bedwetting). Some have been edited for length. Also, some responses were split and placed in multiple categories if the division didn't substantially affect the response.

In addition to the usual cleanup for readability, responses that mentioned untried methods for causing or simulating incontinence were filtered. Some of the methods mentioned below may be unsafe. Even with the safe and established practices, the usual disclaimer applies: Your mileage may vary.

Short and Pointed

Wearing 24/7


Fantasy of Loosing Control


Wanting Control

Mixed Feelings

Realities of Lacking Control

Conditional Control

Catheters, Etc.


Transfer of Control


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