I wanted to link to an article that I thought represented the thought of adult diapers to many others around the world and the notion of how they are not such a “taboo” thing.  Here is the link: Dongfang Billy Wears Adult Diapers .  It is just a article about a famous artist that was diagnosed with leukemia and as a PRECAUTION was instructed by doctors to wear adult diapers.  Honestly, how many doctors around here or much less people would be willing to wear an adult diaper out of precaution.  Most people in the US won’t consider wearing an adult diaper unless they are practically leaking feces out of themselves or wetting uncontrollably everyday.

It goes to show that even someone who is in the public eye a lot is not afraid to let others know that he is wearing diapers.  Yes, it is for medical reasons but the notion of how ‘free’ and ‘open’ he is about it goes to show the mindset of people in places like Asia.  I know I am making a huge generalization here but when do you see articles like this in the USA news unless its riddled with negativity or involving some sort of crime.

He also is continuing to teach a fitness class even though he has to wear a diaper for it.  And his reason…it will make him exercise basically.  There is not even a mention of emberassment there.  Most people if they have to wear a diaper will hide that diaper like they are hiding gold.  The only way this wearing of diapers is going to stop being an extreme taboo is if the people who must wear diapers and who enjoy wearing diapers act like it is not a big deal – as well as not blatantly doing stupid acts such as robbing a store wearing a diaper (gives us all a bad name).  Just thought the article was quite interesting and thought I would share incase you hadn’t heard.

Link Again to the Article: Dongfang Billy Wears Adult Diapers.

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11 Comments

  1. mike November 20, 2008 at 3:23 am - Reply

    Right on the money sister. As one who took 2 years coming to terms with having to wear a diaper daily it’s no big deal. I find it’s now an advantage i have that the rest of my family dose not.

    mike

  2. Akbound November 21, 2008 at 9:46 am - Reply

    I do find it funny though that the media there actually had to report on someone wearing a diaper. But at least it was done with dignity. Not like the astronaut here who the media couldn’t do any mention of the story without going back to the fact she had or wore a diaper. Foxnews was the worst with that! I remember months after all of it happend they did an update on her and it was about two paragraphs long. Didn’t mention anything else that happened or go into any details, but then the last line the went back into the fact that she wore diapers across country and ended on that one sentence.

  3. EvW November 23, 2008 at 11:42 pm - Reply

    Eastern philosophy versus Victorian Western philosophy…

  4. wetnbulky November 25, 2008 at 7:50 pm - Reply

    Adrian,

    I want to encourage you not to give up on blogging. I mentioned before that I ran a blog for over a year and I know how tedious it can get after a while. The fun wears off and you run out of content to write about. You may feel that due to the lack of comments, not too many people are reading but I would encourage you to keep it up. Readers ebb and flow like the tides, and you have a good thing going. If you need inspiration, check out skelliewag.org. She is an awesome blogger and has tons of help and advice for other bloggers. This is a very lucrative business when you have content others are interested in and you certainly do.

    I would suggest using a camera phone to take more candid shots and uploading them real-time straight from the phone (using MMS).

    Also, you may experient with video blogging (although that may not agree with your desire for privacy).

    You are the first real person doing this, and I believe you are sitting on a goldmine. Don’t give up.

    As far as writing styles go, I’ve always liked this blog:

    http://pink-pajamas.blogspot.com/

    she only posted three times, but they were really good. I think she was doing something similar to what you are doing and over the past two years I’ve always checked back to see if she would pick it back up.

    Another suggestion would be to take reader requests in a truth or dare style. For instance, i would probably dare you to ride the escalator at the mall in one of your very short skirts, stage an “accident” by pouring water into your diaper until it is fully saturated, drinking a ton of water, then going out to a public place (wal mart or the mall) and walking around until you wet yourself and your diaper leaks really bad. If you actually did some of these, had Peter take some quick pics, and wrote about the experience, how you felt, who was looking, etc, people would be all over it.

    I’m just trying to give you some ideas so you don’t suffer from writers block, or “bloggers boredom” and quit. Keep it up!

  5. wetnbulky November 26, 2008 at 5:13 pm - Reply

    I wrote a long comment yesterday and it didn’t show up, so I wasn’t sure if you are reviewing it or if it was too long for your blog template. That would be a shame…

  6. wetnbulky December 4, 2008 at 1:22 am - Reply

    There it is! (I guess it needed some moderating)

  7. littlefoxboy December 13, 2008 at 6:27 pm - Reply

    The stupidest thing I heard of recently was a guy caught smuggling drugs out in a brief he was wearing. ><

  8. Mia August 30, 2009 at 5:34 pm - Reply

    I hear you on that one. I go about my life as if everybody wears diapers. I just take what I need in to a bathroom, and change. Sometimes, I didn’t even bring the whole purse in. I don’t sneak off to a family restroom, or wait around till the place is empty, or flush the toilet right as I untape… So dumb. I also don’t buy clothes based on hiding my diaper. I just go about my life the same as I would undiapered… well, without the potty breaks, of course.

    • ericklydiaperman2 June 11, 2014 at 11:15 pm - Reply

      I’m for that one Mia, It doesn’t bother me if people notice i’m wearing a diaper, I just go bout my business. I’m not timid or afraid of changing in a public restroom.

  9. ROCKER-FAN September 5, 2009 at 8:15 am - Reply

    nice comment MIA it is good to see good people out there not afrade to be them selfs i where diapers in public and i have realy naver cared about what others think it is cool that there are people out there that liv there life just like me 1 day 1 diaper and not a care in the world witch is how i live my life becouse me being incontinent all my life you got to over come any fear of whereing a diaper in public is hard inuff for some but i dont care what others think becouse i have a medicel prob and any body who cant under stand that i have no control of it can just buzz off ceepit real mia . and adrian you are so amazeing to me you are so confadent and amazeing please keep righting and i will keep reading you are so awesome i will be here to the end . peter you are a lucky man and you keep your blog up too.

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