One of the most common questions I get is how I wear diapers to work. As you all know, I work in a professional environment so it is important that I be discreet but also not feel like i’m in “hiding” as I feel like a good majority of you feel.
I think the first and most important part is to be confident in YOU. Even as discreet as you may be sometimes it is noticed or someone might ask you about it if they see. I am confident enough in who I am now to simply explain my situation proudly and with conviction. Yes, I wear diapers and I am not ashamed of that fact. Most of the people who have said something to me have been very understanding of it and I’ve gotten a few odd looks. At the end of the day – who cares if you get a few odd looks? You DO YOU!
I do try to be discreet since I am in a professional environment and it is important for me to be professional and courteous. I wear the same clothes that anyone else wears to work I just sometimes size up a bit to make sure my diaper fits comfortably under my clothes. The type of diaper will also depend on the clothes to wear but I’ve found that the easiest thing for me to wear at work are skirts (sorry fellas I know this isn’t an option for you)! I still wear pants from time to time and I just make sure to get comfortable fitting clothes.
I take several changes with me to work each day. I don’t flaunt what I’m going to go do when I head to the bathroom I just simply grab my purse/diaper bag and head that way. I always keep 2-3 diapers in the bag, some wipes, and a little Desitin just in case I end up sitting in a diaper too long due to a conference call or meeting.
Now I’m sure you are asking – what is the best type of diaper to wear to work? I personally don’t want a super thin diaper because there are days when I have to go longer in between changes. Adding a booster to your diaper helps but I’ve found that the best brands for me to use at work are Bambino and Abena. These two are the most comfortable and most absorbent for long days of meetings.
To me wearing diapers to work is just like any other day. I wear everywhere I go so it doesn’t change whether its work, home, or out shopping at the mall. When you begin to view wearing diapers as a part of who you are then it goes without thought. Do what you love and don’t worry about others!
Hello Adrian. I love your post on diaper related issues. As I have Usedisposable diapers at work and really no one have said anything or noticed because I do not advertise my diapered condition . I wear properly fitted pants and if I change my diaper I take it with me or properly dispose in waste can.
You are the best
Stay diapered and keep posting
Hi Adrian. Another great post. I wear diapers to work *all the time.* I only pee in my diapers, I rarely ever poop in them. It’s too much work to deal with, and it smells awful. I wear diapers anytime I can’t be near the toilet when I need to relieve myself.
Dear Adrian: love your post and how open you are about your situation, but I was wondering how to deal with
The fact that I myself cannot wear disposables diapers due to a skin reaction to them. The only alternative
That I have now or in the future is wearing cloth diapers and plastic pants. If you have any other information
That can help please let me know. Thanks Dave.
I wear diapers 24/7 also, and change at least once at work. My locker has about 6 diapers in there just in case I have a bad day, and I always bring at least one diaper with me in my bag every day. I also keep black plastic bags in my locker so I can put the wet diaper in it before putting them in the trash. Just to be courteous to others who might look in the trash can, and the bags we use at the hospital are see through so I just hide my wet diapers that way. Thanks for your blog Adrian, and I am glad your back and hope life is going well now! 🙂
I wish I could wear diapers 24/7.I should wear 24/7. The problem I have is that even though I’m working, I don’t have the money to buy all the time.
Hello Adrian.. I have been incontinent most of my life..I wear cloth, disposables, pull-ups, every manner of diapers.. I wear external catheters at night with a flat cotton diaper over it.and a diaper cover or rubber pants. During the day I wear disposables and wind pants overtop I love Adidas athletic wear, especially over noisy diapers. My favorite all night diaper if I don’t use a cath, is Abena my favorite.I like Attends for day diapers.. I am not into the abdl scene but don’ judge those who are.. I wet through without them.I can understand getting comfy in flannel or a thick disposable and own dozens snap crotch onesie over top my diapers to hold them in place. My wife makes all my snap crotch onesies since they are not covered under my medical.but my diapers and accessories are.I like reading how you and others cope being diapered 24/7 like me for life. I understand the feelings that come with wearing these baby like garments. I like getting email from others about this topic and how they cope..
Hello Adrian..I love your diaper blogs and how you normalise life in diapers! I have been a bed and pants wetter most of my life..I wear cloth, disposables, pull-ups, many types of diaper clothes.. I wear an external catheter at night with a bed drainage bag. I then wear a flat prefold twill cotton diaper with pins, overtop because the catheter comes off sometimes and floods my diaper..Rubber or plastic pants helps too.as a diaper cover.. During the day, I wear L3 Abena or Attends disposables and wind pants overtop. I love Adidas athletic wear, especially over noisy diapers. L4 Abena are my favorite.. I am not really into the abdl thing but I don’t judge those who are..I cannot control my wetting at all now, due to invasive surgery and it is not age related. I can understand getting comfy in a thick bulky flannel nappy and snap crotch onesis to hold it in place. My snap crotch onesies are not covered under my medical.but my diapers and accessories are..I like reading how you and others cope being diapered 24/7 like me. I understand the good and bad feelings that come with wearing these baby like garments and how they have become normal for me. I would email from others and how they experience diapers!..Comments welcome please!
I agree with you, Brian Bee, That’s why I subscribed to this blog. Whether you wear because you need to wear, or like wearing, or both, we need someone whom we can talk to about it and not feel intimidated or embarrassed about it. Try as I might, I’ve never been into the AB/DL scene. I’m more into wearing diapers and using them for their intended purposes.
Thanks for your blog Adrian, I to wear disposables 24/7 also use plastic pants for additional protection. Always have a backpack with several changes and I’m very discreet about my issues as I don’t really care to advertise it.
A while ago I was diagnosed with UI. Iv had to deal with diapers now for some time now. I am very thankful for having found your website. Your blogs are so helpful and positive. I must say when I first tried on a diaper I literally started to cry. I didn’t want to believe that this was the new me, being put back into diapers. But with the help of you and your site, I am now starting to feel much better about myself and loving my transition into diapers. I am glad this happened to me because after reading your blogs and comments from so many people, not only did I find that I wasn’t alone, I found that Im not the only one who truly loves the fact they have to wear diapers and love it! I have now become a true diaper lover! They have become apart of me and I would never want to go back! not that I ever could lol
Thank you very much Adrian, for all that you do on this site. It means a great deal to me!
Today I wore pullups to college. It was the first time I did anything like it. I was afraid to do so at first. But your posts gave me courage. It was so exciting and thrilling! But only for the first period. After that I kind of forgot that I had diapers on. Everytime I sat I felt a poof and cushion effect. Nobody seemed to notice too. I felt the urge to pee but and also almost did. But I remembered that I was in college. So, I couldn’t wet it. I didn’t have any preparation. But hope to try that soon. Diapers have become more natural for me after today. It would be helpful if you make a post about going to school/college in diapers
I started wearing diaper in 2009 after I had a accident at night my mom through a fit that I was wearing a toddler diaper I’ve been getting worse on family road trips about going to the bathroom & not having a accident so I wear always discreet diapers now because I’ve been getting worse not being able to hold it .