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Perspectives of a 24/7 Diaper Lover
June 1, 2010 by Adrian Filed under Tips
Vacation is something so many people look forward to for the few times a year that you are actually able to take a vacation.
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Greetings. Very interesting, makes me want to try it out. I do wonder, though, how to handle diapers at a hotel. Maybe this could be a future post. Does one explain the diapers to the staff, request waterproofed bedding, tip the cleaners extra ETC? What about disposal and odor control? Leaks on bedding or furniture ETC? I have always been curious about how people with incontinence, especially fecal incontinence, handle hotel and vacation situations. Have a pleasant day, and stay cool.
ive been meaning to ask how things go at the beach in diapers. good timing with the post. thats cool most people dont mind, even cooler that you just chill in straight diapers sometimes. def makes it seem like not such a big deal in todays world
I was looking at a different post and I know this is extremely off topic but I thought it would be better I asked this on a more recent post but..
If you were not incontinent would you still wear diapers?
Also take that say you grew up a diaper-less childhood would you still want to wear diapers?
Thanks for the tip. But I rather stay away from the beach when incontinent.
Hey good Post. I go to VA beach all the time but never have the confidence to wear diapers there. As you mentioned its easier to hide since im a guy , but you jus have an amazing way of dealing w/ it. I think having someone around that also knows/wears diapers would help me cope w/ that.
i tought when going to the beach = bathing? :p
if i were to just sit around, i might aswell do it on my porch and/or infront of the pc
Lol I live in VA beach and I don’t have the confidence that you have. Of course it would be easier for me to hide than you so maybe I need to try it some day soon.
i live in southern california , but, its like a ton of miles for me to go to the beach. i have a swimming pool at the house and i will wear my bikini top and diaper there. its really private so nobody but my mom and close friends see me. even when i do go to the beach im usually in a dress and ill never go in the water cause on land im king of the food chain, in the ocean im part of the food chain.
ahhh vacationing sounds nice! I haven’t had a vacation in over 2 years…. and I haven’t really gone anywhere since I found myself back in daipers. Of course this isn’t due to the diapers, it is due to the fact that I have been too busy working that I forget about it all the time.
I will be flying home later on this year to see my parents. I have a 10 hour flight from Japan to the USA, and I would feel better about it if i were diapered up. Have you ever flown internationally? do you have any advice about dealing with airlines when you need diapers? I suppose now, when they charge extra for baggage, airplanes are not too diaper friendly…
what do you think?
When I go I go to a nude beach, people there are more ‘open minded’, they do’nt care if I have to wear a diaper or no diaper and there are alot of sanddunes were you have some privacy.
I wear a swim diaper under the shorts. If I wet I just jump in the water and the swim diaper keeps the bm contained enough to get out and back to the room.
I also pack too much and in a separate bag. But that can lead to problems if that’s the bag that gets lost!
But we vacation mostly in our 41′ MH so I just take everything I need with me! The grandkids (10 and 18 now) we’re raising know I wear diapers and it’s no big deal to them. The younger one did ask why I had so many diapers around, when I told him I had MS and had to wear them that was about all that was said.
rebaka your post was very funny, i laughed out loud. I laugh easily, it makes life better.
I have found through personal experience, reading what adrian has said, and other incontinent people, that it doesn’t matter where you are or what you are doing if you are confident in yourself and who you are most people really don’t care. Some people can be rude and cruel, but they are the mindless refuge that we must wade through from time to time and they are the far minority.
Beside most people are so concerned with how they look and what they are wearing that really don’t notice other people. Most people when they go into a public area can’t tell you about one person they passed by, but they can tell you all about how they were feeling while out.
AWESOME POST!! I am always looking for just these kind of tips! We have a long 2 hour drive to our beach so I usually bring a couple disposables but never have anywhere to change. The public restrooms are always so crowded and those tapes are sooo noisy! How do you go in the water? For me I don’t or just go no diap. Does anyone use cloth? Won’t it just get soo saturated ?
Hello. Sound like you had a good time on the beach. Makes me want to plan a beach trip in the future gas prices permitting for the drive of course. If I was going to wear a diapers at the beach I would most likely have a simple pair of shorts or swim trunks to keep the diaper hidden in terms of respecting others for form of underwear I would guess. Questions and Whoa and wow reactions, Yeah just stay cool and answer honsetly and don’t let it ruin your fun. If not what are some of the questions in general that people ask you when they notice your diaper?!
Oh to Jks16, I would call the airlines and stay on a Pro Facts side of things and do Q & A. If not, I believe there is a topic on this site here back in September 2009 that might have some tips for diapers on an airplane No pun to Snakes On A Plane. Hope you have a smooth flight.
Have nice day all and I’ve got some yard work to get done and need to get started.
June 3, 2010 at 11:10 pm
No idea why but
That came to mind as well lmao
Its Not Warm enough to go to the beach yet around here ‘ also our beaches some are just filty with rocks and crap
Thanks for the great story. You always encourage me to keep doing my best to enjoy life. While i don’t love diapers as much as you do, i am thankful to have them because its obvious how much worse things would be for incontinent people if they didn’t exist.
While vacationing on Topsail Island last month, I refused to wear diapers on the beach and ended up regretting that due to not one but two accidents. However, every second that I was on the road, in a souvenir shop, buying gas, I was diapered.
If anything, I am looking for a great deal on a van. It would be much easier for me to change in it than in gas station bathrooms.
Diapers on the beach, so cute *.*
soon i am goin to live alone so i have enough time for me diapies
i wash i had the guts to do that but im too much of a baby.
I live just outside of Va Beach, hope you had a good time
i am a teen girl and when i go to the beach i wear a tight fitting disposable diaper with toddler plastic pants over it under my swim suit.my swim suit covers them completely and no one notices them.
I just came back from Virginia Beach and I am incontinent. We visited for three days and two nights and had a blast. I am 24/7 so I had diapers of course. When at the beach, I wore disposable diapers under my trunks and mostly went in the water up to the diaper area and no further the first day. I would get splashed to cool down and hung out on the sand. I have worn diapers in the water many times but you have to be careful, they can get heavy and fall off. If your swim trunks have the mesh, you should be OK as it will hold up your diapers. I went in the water day two diapers and all, they do swell up but worked out great. The only problem I had was the top of my trunks kept sliding down making my diapers show. I know others saw I am in diapers but I don’t care cuz I can’t help it.
In this regard I think your experience has a lot to do with being a women.
Being a guy it is certainly easier to hide though and I assume that is what guys should do. Even if I was confident in wearing just a diaper on the beach without shorts, I am positive I would get a lot more odd looks then a women would.
If you go to VA Beach and don’t want to worry about diapers, it’s simple. Don’t go to the resort area beaches. Drive about 35 minutes away to Pungo.
I don’t understand why you would wear a diaper at the beach (unless you suffer of fecal incontinence). I think that it is a lot easier just to get in the water after an accident. I always bring a extra towel just in case.
When traveling and using motels (usually travel in our motorhome) I carry underpads and a plastic sheet with me as well as the diapers and plastic pants. One time I did go out of town for a week for computer training and I asked the motel to provide something. They bought a plastic fitted sheet for one of the king size beds in the room. The woman manager (a cute little thing!) brought it up and asked if she could help me put it on but I was down to my diapers/plastic pants under my bath robe so I said no.
Last time we took a cruise (Holland America to Alaska again) I told them I had a special request and told them what and why. When the stewards were preparing the room the first day they put the sheet (just a plastic shower curtain) on one of the beds and nothing else was ever said. I just threw the wet diapers in the room garbage, wrapped naturally.
I’ve even found plastic sheets in the rooms just in case I guess.
I am a DL and a life long nudist.
I wear diapers down to nude beaches all the time.
I never have made a big thing about about hiding the fact i wear diapers.
I just undress like everyone else and don’t care if any one sees that i takeoff a diaper instead of regular underwear.
At the end of the day i just put on a diaper instead of underwear.
Its 3 to 4 hour drive to a nude beach from where i live and i like the convenience of not having to stop to pee.
The only people that have ever said anything are ones that wanted to know where i got the thick diapers.(i use stuffers inside for absorption)because they needed them for there own bedwetting ect.
Now that i am 60 most think i have a health problem anyway.
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