Young woman tells why she naps in diapers

While researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys, a 24 years young Oregon girl started dressing as a baby to escape her adult worries, and she shares her life on Instagram to spread awareness and meet other people who love the subculture as much as she does.

Heidi is a ‘little’, which means she plays the part of a baby in the Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and Daddy Dom/Little Girl subcultures. But baby play isn’t sexual for Heidi, unlike some who take part in the culture, she says “When I have sex, I am my normal, adult self.”

Heidi usually spends an hour or more each day doing baby play, where she’ll wear her hair in pigtails and dress up in pink children’s outfits and wear a nappy, then play with toys while moving around like a one to three year old child would.

Heidi explained to, “”What attracted me to this lifestyle is how confident and proud everyone was about who they were.”

“Since I was 18, I have roleplayed as a baby without knowing there were others like me out there. I immediately felt comforted that there was a whole group of people out there that would love and accept me for who I am.”

Continuing, “When I roleplay as a baby, I put on a diaper, a onesie and some baby lotion. I also have adult sized pacifiers. I do not use the diaper, it simply helps me get into the headspace. I’ll play with toys such as blocks, stuffed animals, dolls, or dress up. I can be silly and jump on the bed, or quiet and sleepy. When I’m little, I forget about any adult problem I may have had. I also go to a local bi-monthly meetup for littles and their caregivers. It’s at a private venue, so we all wear our baby clothes, watch cartoons, and do crafts. I always look forward to seeing my little friends.”

Heidi said ‘Little Space’ is, “a state of mind where you can regress to your childhood. All I can do to combat this misconception is explain in a calm, adult manner what our community really is”.

“Another misconception is that adult babies are babies 24/7. In reality, only an hour or two a day is spent being little. I still go to work, pay my bills, cook and clean. My first word of advice is to be confident in who you are. Second, there is no right or wrong way to be little. You can wear all pink, or you can wear only black. You don’t have to do anything that makes you uncomfortable.”

“Third, find a few friends online who are into the same things you are.”

Why do some women call out “Daddy” during sex?

Is screaming “Daddy” during sex as weird as it sounds? According to The Sun Sex experts say that calling your partner Daddy in the bedroom is really just a sign of a loving and healthy relationship, but yelling the word is still sexual taboo.

Sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer told the magazine that using the nickname is just another form of role play sex, “You often find that women who like to be submissive in relationships, like the kind of women who’d call their partner ‘daddy’ in bed, are actually pretty high-powered in their day-to-day lives. Engaging in this role play is their way of letting go and giving in to vulnerability.”

Jacqueline added that fathers are caring, supportive and assertive, and by calling your partner “daddy” while lovemaking is about embracing those qualities in a relationship.

This role playing sexual scenario actually makes some women feel safe, loved and secure.

Vladimir Putin said Russian women can have sex with visiting World Cup tourists

  1. Vladimir Putin said Russian women can have sex with visiting World Cup tourists 

    Responding to a sex ban call by the head of the Russian parliamentary family committee, Tamara Pletnyova, 70, who said she hoped women would not date visiting fans and get pregnant, a Vladimir Putin spokesperson said otherwise.

    Dmitry Peskov told reporters: ‘As for Russian women, they can, perhaps, decide it on their own. They are the best women in whole world.’

    Pletnyova said young women should “get something clear in their heads regarding foreigners”, warning that Russian women could end up raising mixed-race children on their own, and referred to the ‘Children of the Olympics’ after the 1980 Moscow games.

California university says OK for children to watch porn and play sex

  1. California university’s website disturbingly says it is OK for children to engage in ‘sexual play,’ watch porn

    According to The College Fix, The University of California, Santa Barbara sociology department hosts an online platform, maintained by students, called “SexInfo Online” to answer questions about sexuality.

    The website, SexInfo Online, maintained by the school’s sociology department by students “who have studied advanced topics in human sexuality,” features a sub-sections with articles related to human sexuality, one of them titled, “Childhood Sexuality.” One document says parents should react ‘positively’ to 4-year-olds touching each others’ genitals, and discusses disturbing topics such as “childhood masturbation, sexual play, and the appropriate reactions to those behaviors by parents.

    The authors of the article said, on the topic of sexual play between young children, that it is most common “between the ages of four and seven” and that it is “generally harmless”, adding, “If a child is performing these activities excessively or in public, parents should sit down and talk with them about how these activities should be done in private versus of trying to thwart the activity altogether.”

    Another article on the website titled “Talking To Your Children About Sex,” the author said, “It is important that children understand that viewing pornography is a normal habit, and that they do not need to be ashamed of it”, seemingly encouraging young children to watch pornography.

    The website doesn’t counsel or advise parents to prevent their children from watching porn, but instead states that parents should tell children that pornographic material may create “expectations about sex that are unrealistic.”

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