I’m an adult baby who wears diapers — but it’s not about sex

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No one puts baby in a corner.

A 28-year-old cybersecurity analyst has revealed she loves wearing diapers and dressing up as an infant — and says there’s no shame in her unusual interest.

Lucy — who has not disclosed her surname — is a proud member of the adult baby-diaper lover community and frequently posts photos of herself wearing the disposable underwear.

“I didn’t find out adult babies existed until I was a teenager and I did some Google searching of my own,” the Philadelphia native told Media Drum World. “Until then, it never occurred to me that there would be more people like me.”

It’s not about kink — it’s all about “comfort,” she defiantly tells haters who label her a “sick fetishist.”

Lucy holds down a regular white-collar job and has a normal love life — but cruel trolls have told her that her former boyfriends must be “pedophiles” if they’re dating a woman who wears diapers and sucks on pacifiers.

“I try to use the bathroom like a normal person until it’s nighttime,” Lucy said. “I try not to let it affect my day-to-day life, my friendships or my career.”
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The blonde started stealing the diapers and wearing them for comfort, although she rarely relieved herself in them.
“I was hesitant about sharing pictures but I get lots of positive comments and it makes me feel really cute,” she said. “If someone says something really provocative or they ask me to do things I’m not comfortable with, I usually ignore it.”
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Lucy says her interest in wearing diapers began after her baby sister was born.

“I was 8 or 9 years old when I first got these feelings and it was very confusing,” she explained.

The blond started stealing her sister’s diapers and wearing them for comfort, although she rarely relieved herself in them.

“I try to use the bathroom like a normal person until it’s nighttime and try not to let it affect my day to day life, my friendships or my career,” Lucy said. “It’s something my mom knows about — but apart from that I keep it private.”

Lucy spends up to $120 per month on baby products, and says her boyfriend is supportive of her unusual lifestyle.
Lucy spends up to $120 per month on baby products, and says her boyfriend is supportive of her unusual lifestyle.
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Lucy's boyfriend doesn't share her interest in dressing as a baby, but is happy to read her bedtime stories.
Lucy’s boyfriend doesn’t share her interest in dressing as a baby, but is happy to read bedtime stories to her.
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Lucy works as a cybersecurity analyst, and a considerable amount of her earnings are spent on diapers and other items for infants, including pacifiers and onesies.

She spends up to $120 per month on baby products, and says her boyfriend is supportive of her unusual lifestyle.

“I have a good career and I’m good at my job but deep down I still feel like I’m a little kid,” she said. “My current boyfriend isn’t into the community but he reads me fairy tales before bed and that makes me feel really comfortable.”

“I try to use the bathroom like a normal person until it’s night time and try not to let it affect my day to day life, my friendships or my career," Lucy stated.
She says her hobby is “something my mom knows about but apart from that I keep it private.”
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Lucy has found support from others in the AD-DL community and shares snaps of herself dressed as a baby on Instagram.

She told Media Drum World that her interest in dressing as a baby is based on comfort and not on any kind of sexual proclivity. She’s also quick to shut down followers who ask for anything too steamy.

“I was hesitant about sharing pictures but I get lots of positive comments and it makes me feel really cute,” she said. “If someone says something really provocative or they ask me to do things I’m not comfortable with, I usually ignore it.”

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