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Dynamic

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About Dynamic

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  • My pronouns are..
    he/him

My Kinks

  • I'm into..
    Bathroom Control
    Bedwetting
    Diapers
    Biting
    Bondage
    Crossdressing
    Cuddling
    Tomboys

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  1. Ahh, I see, okay. I think maybe a different kind of shading might convey that a little better, but unfortunately I don't know enough about pencil work to suggest anything. At first I thought there might be leggings, since you mentioned that, but I was thrown by her midriff also being shaded. The shirt thing (that I didn't know exists, so, that's the level my fashion knowledge is at) explains it. In regard to dreaming, that's pretty interesting. It you can have conversations or interactions (be them lucid or just autopilot) with a subconscious representation of yourself, then that's awesome and something worthy of envy. My dreams are usually just, like, I have a phone but it has too many screens.
  2. Hey, you shared something already. That's great. It's hard to put one's self out there, and I admire your willingness to share stuff even as you continue to learn and improve. As you mentioned, the proportions are a little strange, especially the size of her head as compared to the rest of her body. It looks like about a 5-head height, which isn't realistic, but looks pretty good in its own way. The only thing I can't quite understand is the shading. Why are her arms and legs so dark as compared to her neck and face? Is there something I'm missing? The dream experience was also interesting. I'm quite familiar with recurring themes in dreams, but unfortunately I don't have any quite like that. Maybe tonight, though? Here's hoping.
  3. Is there a better combination than this?
  4. I'm not much into public things, but I do love diapered desperation. It's one of my favorite things, but unfortunately kind of rare.
  5. I have the feeling that I may understand, but I can't easily put it into words. It sounds like an interesting thing to explore, if only in fiction.
  6. Yes. I've been working on some stories, little by little, for years with no end in sight. When I first started posting stories (on another forum) I just went right into it and started posting, making up the story as I went along. It led to perhaps not the best final product, but I wonder if that was better than having a really good plan, but no actual stories to share with actual people.
  7. Well, I listened, and now I'm commenting. I don't have any advice or words of comfort to offer. Sounds like you've had a rough go of it.
  8. Welcome! This seems to be pretty common, which is a bit ironic if you think about it. I can safely say that, with the right preparation, it can be done even if you have very strong control. The jury is still out on safety, though... Good luck, and be safe!
  9. Well, I guess you could break up temporarily and then meet again somewhere else. Though since she doesn't seem to be that into deception maybe that wouldn't work. It's quite the predicament. I understand what it's like to have a strong (perhaps overdeveloped) sense of right and wrong. Another approach may be to delve deeply into why the lie would make her uncomfortable. Maybe it's something she can rationalize and learn to live with. If it has to be honesty, I would suggest being as vague as possible. Say you met on a "special interest" forum and try to leave it at that. This would be, like, Plan H, though.
  10. I don't think anybody can fully explain the appeal they find in a certain kink, but I think I can at least strike near the target. Everybody, even people who share the same broad interests, is different, but for me at least I think it comes down to a control dynamic. I think for some people who are into ABDL / omutsu stuff it's about giving up control, sometimes to someone else and sometimes just in general. For me particularly it's more about a safeguard against the potential loss of control. It's an admission that something might happen, which to me is exciting. I've always been more into the omorashi / desperation stuff so for me diapers are an extension of that. Plus, it makes cleanup so much easier. And they feel really nice too. I started off having only a cursory interest in diapers and related materials, but over time that interest grew to be more dominant. Now they are integral to this side of my personality.
  11. I don't recognize most of the names or things you mentioned, but I must admit I find the idea of a reenactment of younger years to be interesting. I don't think I'd attempt something like that per se myself (maybe instead using more modern means to try to capture the 'spirit' of my earlier years), but the idea itself is fascinating. It's a pity that nostalgia has to be so subjective. It's often hard to find people to share it with, because each person's life experience is so unique. Still, those rare, fleeing moments when someone else "gets it" can be magical indeed. I wish you luck in finding them.
  12. Okay, I'm sorry but that is extremely unfair. You've cherry picked a part of the person's quote to make your point, while blatantly ignoring the first part of it. They also said: This is tolerance. They're basically saying do what you want, even if they don't agree. They have a right not only to disagree, but to voice their opinion just as you do. This thread has been pretty cordial, some people just disagree. I think you're blowing someone disagreeing with your opinion way out of proportion. And even if you say you won't be checking this again, I don't believe you. Even if I did, that doesn't mean I'm not going to respond. Was that an attempt to shut me down? Frankly, I think this unwillingness to even listen to the opinion of others is very intolerant. Funny thing about humans is we tend to accuse others of that which we fear in ourselves.
  13. I don't think that's fair. It looks to me like the people in question aren't intolerant at all, but are rather just tolerant. Your standpoint seems to only narrowly address those who are wholeheartedly with you, and those who are wholeheartedly against you. It's possible to simply be neutral. If someone isn't pro-something that doesn't mean they are against it. They could just be indifferent. Tolerance is a good thing. It basically means being okay with what other people do while not necessarily wanting to partake yourself. If a person only accepts people who echo their own opinions 1 to 1 then I would say they are the intolerant one. Diversity is only possible with tolerance. Seriously, when has "if you're not with us you're against us" gotten anyone anywhere good?
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