hoimi

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About hoimi

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  1. hoimi

    Abena

    These are plastic backed and super crinkly. These are cloth backed and cooler. Abena are my go to diapers. I wear L3 Premium during the day and they hold up great for moderate incontinence.
  2. hoimi

    Abena

    The L4 Abri-Form Premium are the cloth backed and nice and cool. I wear them at night for bedwetting.
  3. hoimi

    Ashamed of my fetish, help?

    Fetishes in and of themselves can bring shameful feelings. There is a moment in life that changed your wiring. It doesn’t mean that you are broken or damaged. All of us here have the same fetish, though different moments in our lives brought us here. Yes, it is not socially acceptable to wet yourself. However, if you are participating in your fetish, just you or with the permission of others, and you aren’t hurting anyone, that’s okay. Don’t pee yourself on purpose in front of others to get a reaction. But if you wee yourself in your own space, that’s all you. If you stand in your shower, in your underwear, and soak yourself, how are you hurting someone else? What shameful act are you committing? I do understand the shame. I’m still ashamed when I have accidents (as I have incontinence issues,) but my fetish is part of my sexuality. It is part of who I am. I have a back story that got me here, and not all of it is good. I am who I am now, fetish included. You are quite welcome here. Continue to do what feels good, as long as you don’t hurt anyone else.
  4. It is so cringeworthy. They are oddly incontinent at convenient times, and there is an odd relationship between brother and sister horses. It’s very AB diaper fur. There are almost good moments, but then *bang* cringe. It’s worth a read for the cringe.
  5. hoimi

    A point about real accidents

    I've leaked whilst wearing a diaper. If the diaper is sodden enough, it can leak. If she'd had a substantial wetting accident before and then another, she might've wet the chair.
  6. I like the padding and confidence that diapers provide. I’m okay being in them. In less than an hour after a cup of coffee, I am likely to have spasms bad enough to soak my pants. When my bladder hits a 5, things get iffy. Wetting my jeans is a special pleasure. The wetness spreading through the coarse fabric, warmth seeping down. So nice. And I need to do a load of jeans today!
  7. I have OAB and urge issues that have me leaking multiple times a day. If I take in too much caffeine or drink too quickly, a leak can become a more serious accident. I suffer from latchkey wetting, as my bladder gets too excited an I will often pee full force on my way to the toilet. I am also a sleep wetter, wetting at night and sometimes during naps. I will intentionally push my limits and wet purposely when I am upset or stressed, or if I’m just feeling naughty. Some days I chose to not wear protection and wet my pants instead. I wear pull ups (Abena l3) during the day and more absorbent briefs at night (Abena l4).
  8. hoimi

    Hasocare

    Thanks for the review. I looked at the site and the reviews. I'd guess if someone has light bladder leakage and they weren't able to wear the Always or Depend diapers, they'd work. They are cute, but I'd be in trouble in a pair of those!
  9. hoimi

    Now The Fun Beginns

    You look fine, dearie! The gendered diapers are cute, but I usually wear panties on top, so I can never see if there is a pattern. I can't fit in Good Nites anymore anyway...
  10. hoimi

    New to all of this

    Unless you can get your hands on some Abena, Molicare, or NorthShore right quick, you might be limited in what you can play with this weekend. The over the counter diapers in the states are really poor when you compare them to better brands. The house brand briefs (CVS or Walgreens) usually hold less than a liter, which if you are doing a hold, might not even be your full bladder capacity. Depends and Always hold less and are not something I recommend for a good wetting, unless you want to leak. If you can find them, Tena briefs are nice and the tapes go on easily. You might be able to order some on Amazon (most shippers send your order in a plain box) and get them here by Friday. Tape up (brief) diapers tend to have a higher capacity than the pull up kinds. Look on Amazon or on the diaper's website for how to actually put them on correctly. (I have messed up the tapes on a few hand had to wear panties on top.) I fasten the bottom tapes first, then I do up the top tapes diagonally and it holds better for me. If you don't apply the diaper correctly or you just flood the hell out of it, it will leak. Be prepared for smell. Have plastic bags ready so you can toss the bag with the wet diaper inside. If you wet the bed, buy a mattress protector (they're cheap and worth it). Febreeze is great to mask odours. Invest in lotion or talc free powder (should be pure corn starch). It is really sensual to lotion or apply powder to your partner. The lotion and powder minimizes the chance of chafing and rash. Baby wipes are good for clean ups. They also have a pleasant smell. If you wet heavily, you might need to change sooner rather than later. (Mind you, as a bedwetter, I can be in a wet diaper for the majority of the night.) It's not great for your skin, and it can be really fun to have someone change you. Hydrate responsibly. Drink when you are thirsty. It is possible to poison yourself with too much water. If you chose to not drink much or stick to things other than water, your pee will be more concentrated and stinky. Start however you feel you need to. Messing can be tough for a first timer to try and isn't for everyone (but to each their own). Be safe and have fun!
  11. hoimi

    Now The Fun Beginns

    Have you leaked in either? Because if you haven't, then you need to wet yourself more. I've not tried the Molicare. What do you think? Do you like the pull up or the tape up better?
  12. hoimi

    8 hour trip

    Yay! Padded car trips are the best! Are you staying well hydrated? Are you wetting as it comes or holding until you can't anymore? Do you prefer the tape ups or the pull ups? How are the Depends holding up? Have you leaked yet? Do you have a towel down so you don't wet your car seats?
  13. hoimi

    Homemade diaper

    Have you thought about online ordering for diapers or just trying to get free samples? A pull-up or brief diaper would be much easier to put on and clean up than 120 pairs of underwear! Do you like the leaking through of multiple layers? Diapers are different, but easier for sure.
  14. hoimi

    A point about real accidents

    Hi, that’s me. I learnt that a diaper and dark clothes are a must for my incontinence issues. I’ve been working with a customer and have suddenly started leaking. They were none the wiser because of my precautions. I have latch key accidents quite often and they are between me, the toilet, and my diaper. You may never see an actual accident, but it is nearly certain that you’ll run across someone who has had one at some point.
  15. Panties. I have a story. I had moved into my Grandma's house, because I needed a place to stay while I was looking for an apartment. On the first night, I couldn't sleep and felt ill. I was on my way to the bathroom, when I ran into my Grandma. She was wearing her underwear on her head, over her hair. "Why are you wearing your panties on your head?" I asked, shocked. In her Southern dialect, she replied, "It keeps my hair poofy." So, apparently, panties are underwear and for the head.