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  1. @Sungirl17, thanks for the very well written description. I still remember how I felt the first time I tried a diaper. I found it so soft and comfortable, much more so than underwear. I wondered how was it that anyone ever got potty trained! I really wished I could just wear diapers and not undies, but my fear of being too different and of being found out prevented me from doing so.
  2. I wear diapers that are cloth with PUL covers. The brand I use is BubuBibi As long as they are on properly they do not leak. When I decided the cost of disposables was going to kill my budget I tried Baby Pants cloth diapers and Leakmaster snap-on PUL plastic pants. The recommended size of the Baby Pants diapers seemed too big; they had to be folded over to fit inside the plastic pants. Also,I should have bought pull on style plastic pants because the snap on style leak around between the snaps. PUL is important; it allows air flow but blocks liquid.
  3. Rachel, for what it's worth I "feel your pain". First I live on a side street named Cottonwood for good reason. I have a similar allergy. I have no idea whether the cottonwood cotton induced sneezing has any connection, or just the very hot several days unusually cool for a day or so hot again, impossible to balance fluid intake etc, but for the last week or so I've been wet more often than not when I check. Second last year I was hospitalized, and as often happens for us paraplegics the stay extended and extended. During the first few days one of my nurses engaged me in discussion after about the 4th or 5th time I did not get cathed in time so the bed had to be cleaned. She said to me at one point, so you wet your pants, you go change and carry on. A few days later she was doing something with my IV, turned her head and sneezed, and uttered words I will not repeat here. She turned so I could se a big wet area as she finished the task at hand. Then she left the room. She came back a bit later wearing dry pants.
  4. As long as you perform your duties, "those who matter won't care and those who care won't matter" I wore diapers to work since Fall 1999, and not until Jan. 2001 was I in a wheelchair full time, so for over a year there were plenty of chances for people to notice.
  5. nascar

    Jr retires at end of this season, except for a few races fo JR Motorsports in Xfinity series next year. Who should get his MENC ride? Alex Bowman!! True, that would mean two young drivers and two experienced drivers.
  6. I'm sorry but it was so long ago that I have no idea where it was. It might even have been before Google existed
  7. I remember being in a playpen wearing a diaper and telling my mother I needed to be changed. I was probably a few months past 2 when in this memory. I remember another time, and I know I was 2 because I had a little sister, and I was diapered and got hurt. I remember a few accidents shortly before and after I turned 4. Then by the time I was 5 my "accidents" weren't really accidents.
  8. I had read about these "Bladder Burst" nights some years ago. I've never been to one. I did not know any place still did them, probably for the liability issues discussed. The descriptions I had read always included not so much desperation but the numbers of puddles. One description I remember well included a young woman who "could hold neither her liquor nor her bladder". there was another place that had essentially a holding contest for all who came. Among other things the restroom was locked and people were allowed to use it only for the other reason. They were escorted by an employee who stood guard outside the door. After nearly everyone was wet those who were still dry were brought on stage and made to drink until there was only one left with dry pants. That person was declared the winner. The "wee for a wii" and other similar incidents are indeed cases of hyperhydrosis which, as @Blurple said results in very screwed up electrolyte balance, and failure of, among other things, neuromuscular function.
  9. I just fund this. Please continue. Is this factual or fiction? If it is factual I can definitely relate, having survived something similar.
  10. Another voice to say that after the first hold to involuntary wetting the next one comes more quickly, and the one after that is even quicker. As @LunasAuditor said it's perfectly normal. @buggy2013 and @Fred46888 described exactly what happens. It does take a day or two to recover from a single hold, and repeated holds require longer recovery time. I agree with @Quation.
  11. "I'm Fine" gets my vote
  12. @ragtime Thank you very much for this link. I quote from the Psychology today article " Childs Play A brief look at paraphilic infantalism https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-excess/201310/childs-play Posted Oct 25, 2013 "One of the reasons so little is known about infantilism is that adult babies do not want to cease engaging in their behavior. For most adult babies, their behavior doesn’t constitute a medical condition that requires treatment or cause any functional impairment, personal distress or distress to others. Those who do end up seeking psychological or psychiatric help may do so because another individual (such as their sexual partner) encourages or forces them to seek help." @rachelkirwan I think you are spot on. @ian flemmingI agree. very cool article. aI do think it is a shame that they featured the autism spectrum association. There are a great many people who are not on the autistic spectrum who are in the ABDL community. There is great variability within the community. For example, some are all out infantile with cribs, pacifiers, onsies, etc. while others just prefer diapers over regular underwear. At least two people participating in this thread in thread are Doctoral level educated. The part I quoted from the Psychology Today article makes a very important point. Many of us do not want to change but might be pressured to change by others. This man profiled in HuffPost is a true hero in the fight to have all people recognized for the totality of their being. If some aspect of their life is outside the norms does not mean that they cannot be very important contributors. This man is doing a very important thing. People who are ABDL in any form are shamed by society because it is so misunderstood. Had my ex-wife been truthful about her feelings from the beginning I would not have pursued the relationship, I would have been quite happy to wear diapers whenever I wanted, and I did often set up "accidents" and sometimes used plastic panties. The one thing I would say about the ABDL store in the HuffPost article does seem to have one omission. I did not see plastic panties or cloth diapers. The training pants look interesting. In my case I have worn diapers full time for 18 years due to a spinal cord injury that abolished voluntary control. I now cannot feel so I get no pleasure, but my previous DL life certainly made it much easier for me to accept my new condition. I fully participate in activities as much as I want and some people respect me, but they, except the physicians and nurses and health care workers, see the wheelchair but not the diapers. However, the life-long DL part of me caused great self-esteem issues that caused me to hold back socially. For a very long time I thought I was the only person in the world who had the omorashi and omutsu fetishes. I never found a partner who accepted that part of me. Ramble over.
  13. very nice story @bobbillbbb I once was lifeguarding with a friend on a very busy day. She was sitting poolside while I was in the stand. Somehow we didn't have breaks during our shifts, but there was lots of splashing so the poolsides were wet. I happened to be looking in her direction when it seemed to me something was dripping from her chair. At the end of the shift she admitted to me that she had peed in her swimsuit and was afraid somebody saw. I told her the kids were all so busy splashing around that she didn't have anything to worry about. Several weeks later she and I were counselors at a prmitive camp, and her tent of girls nd my tent of boys did things together. One afternoon we were away fro the tent area and outhouses when she pulled me side and asked if I could watch the whole group. She said she had to go to the bathroom very bad. After a few minutes some of the girls were eager to go find her. I held them off as long as I could but they took off to the campsite, so I had to go after them bringing the whole group. We got back to the campsite and she was acting like something wasn't right. She came to me very embarrassed and told she had gone to the bathroom in her pants. I told her I wouldn't have hd any idea if she hadn't told me so I was sure the kids had no idea.
  14. Ms @KozmoFox this KozmoLotto is by far the most awesome of all, your magnus opus. How you found the courage to do it I will never know, especially for one so stealthy about it. In addition, the awesomness quota goes way up for taking great care that nobody had to clean up after you. On top of everything else, your description of it is by far the best written description I have ever read. I have no idea how this challenge could ever be topped so, as much as I hope otherwise, it would be quite understandable if the KozmoLOtto were to be retired after this one. Ms. @KozmoFox and @Rainyday if there were Nobel Prizes awarded for performance and planning in this area I would do whatever I could to get you nominated.
  15. First try each spell, thenif Sammy is still going, melee