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nappypants

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  1. Well, when they’re in orbit on a spacecraft/station there are toilet facilities of sorts, so they certainly don’t wear them 24/7. But for anything that requires a spacesuit (spacewalks, launch etc.) then the only option is for your toilet to be inside said spacesuit, i.e. a nappy. Or “high-tech absorbent undergarment” as I think SpaceX called them, when their crew had to diaper up for a full return journey due to a toilet malfunction! Some probably go to great lengths to avoid actually using them, while others secretly discover a new pleasure
  2. I remember “ConvertUps” being marketed a few years ago, basically devices to enable a child’s nappy to fit an adult… not sure if they’re still available?
  3. Yeah, nothing wrong with suggesting the idea of a diaper among other possible options. Most of the responses were from people who clearly had no experience of adult diapers anyway (e.g. saying you’d need to change immediately to avoid skin problems etc.) While it’s probably true that most people would find them a bit uncomfortable at first and struggle to get used to the idea of going to the toilet in their pants, I expect most would find it nowhere near as bad as they imagine!
  4. Saw another interesting one recently, not related to work as such, but a cosmetic dentistry practice in New York saying on their website: Adults undergoing treatment for more than five (5) hours, should wear an adult diaper. I’ve never seen a recommendation like that before, think it was related to general anaesthetic and I guess in hospitals they’ll have their own hygiene procedures whereas a dental practice might not.
  5. Well yeah, toilet access is a basic employment right 99% of the time but sometimes needs must, in extreme situations. Astronauts don’t take legal action over having to wear nappies in spacewalks and on launch/re-entry…
  6. I'd expect plenty show up in pads, pull-ups and nappies, especially when the reason for the ultrasound itself is incontinence or pregnancy!
  7. How do they enforce that? Add something that makes the sea turn red when you wee in it? It should be encouraged, as the one situation where the majority of people won’t have any hesitation in urinating in their clothing…
  8. It’s an interesting philosophical question, is a sex life a fundamental human need/right, and if so how can you square that with the fact that you obviously can’t force anyone to engage in that way with someone they’re not attracted to? And the fact that attraction by its very nature is involuntary and totally discriminatory, whether we like it or not… Obviously sex workers have been mentioned but there’s potential legal, ethical and financial obstacles to going down that route (as well as the fact that most people who do seem to find it less than fulfilling). And of course most people can take care of certain purely physical needs on their own, but that doesn’t satisfy the intimacy and companionship side of things.
  9. I'm sure there's enough of a failsafe there, and she'd have happily soaked her pants before doing any actual damage
  10. I meant that the purpose of underwear is to protect outer clothing from any kind of leaks, of whatever sort… some have theorised that most modern adult undergarments are in some way descended from the diaper, in terms of design. No need to be such a dick about it, anyway.
  11. Guess it’s the underwear equivalent of asking whether a Jaffa Cake is a cake or a biscuit, it’s somewhere in between The idea is to make the wearer feel like they’re not wearing a nappy, but disposable absorbent underwear by another name is… If for example the media got hold of the fact that a famous person wore these, I expect they’d report that she was “in diapers”.
  12. And I guess that’s where it overlaps with the far right, in terms of an attitude of white male entitlement.
  13. All underwear holds a certain amount. In fact, regular underwear is basically just a very thin diaper…
  14. They’re a nappy (in English ) pretending to be regular underwear, basically…
  15. While I can understand parts of that, I think the risks that women have to put up with, in terms of actually being harassed, assaulted or worse, are on a different level. To in any way equate the two is sailing dangerously close to the misogynistic incel culture referenced in the original post. Some of us perhaps do need to accept we’re not cut out for the “dating game” and try to find other fulfilling things in life, and perhaps there could be at least a small bit of potential to meet someone special in a less conventional way. There’s plenty of people who don’t fit that alpha male stereotype who do manage to find someone, so it’s obviously possible, though not necessarily for everyone.
  16. And sit on the toilet without pulling your underwear down, in between...
  17. 1 litre per hour is generally regarded as a safe-ish limit. Add caffeine and/or alcohol to increase desperation effects, and be reasonably well hydrated at the start.
  18. It won’t on its own, it is used in situations where natural drinking water is unavailable… but if you were to only drink that and don’t replace the missing minerals from other sources it appears it would have adverse effects. And I suspect you’d need less of it to cause water poisoning/overhydration than “normal” water, for that reason.
  19. Hopefully the normalisation of the period nappy will lead to women being more open to the idea of using incontinence products.
  20. I'd say the key points are the following: Fit - make sure your diaper is the right size, and fastened securely. Fold it lengthways before putting it on, then you're effectively peeing into a channel when you use it. Make sure it's firmly in the creases of your groin. Wetting position - If you wet sitting down, there's a lot of pressure on the absorbent material and it will tend to be forced up and out. Standing is the safest position, followed by lying flat on your back. If you like wetting while seated, just take your weight off the nappy a bit when you do it. If you have male anatomy, point down and into the centre of the diaper. Capacity - Make sure the diaper is sufficient for what you're using it for. A cheap store-brand pull-up won't even handle a single decent wetting, while a high-end medical or ABDL taped diaper will typically take several before it leaks.
  21. They've often gone by the time you get to the door anyway! Never mind this scenario, I'm sure plenty would accept permanent and total incontinence as a price for winning the lottery...
  22. Yeah, as discussed before, we're initially conditioned to go to the toilet in our pants then a few years later told not to. That must have its psychological impact, as well as the "holding it" culture which means we can't always relieve ourselves quickly and easily. There is an intensely liberating feeling associated with just letting go in your pants/diaper, which must be connected to the above!
  23. Well yeah, adults will generally be more respectful (at least in a face-to-face context, even if people might well go home and have a laugh with their partner about the woman who wet herself in the office...) whereas teenagers are likely to obviously take a less mature attitude to it. Obviously, as we know, there are a sizeable minority who would find a public adult wetting accident a turn-on, and not just those of us who actively admit to it!
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