7 thoughts on “I represent me

  1. Hey Riley, I just saw you on “My Strange Addiction”, and I just wanted to tell you that you're a fascinating, unique, positive young woman, and while I am a little grossed out by the diaper thing (sorry), I definitely think that you will find someone to love you for who you are. I mean–I personally find you very attractive (in adult clothes) and interesting…so much that I
    Googled you to see if you had a website, haha; your love of life is infectious!

    Anyway, that's all I had to say–best of luck getting to Thailand, and I hope the show brings positive things into your life!

    Take care,

  2. I can already see some of the negative press to come from some of this, so I'll get my thoughts out on this here and now. First of all, Riley is pretty brave to be putting this out there, and I fully respect, support, and admire her as a functioning member of the trans community as well as the AB/DL community, but people might see this as less positive press for either side, and more negative press for transfolk.

    While it isn't true, the vast majority of people who see a television program about the subject matter are going to see it as a strange, possibly perverse thing. You really can't help that, and in the first place expect someone to understand the whole concept in a simple television program.

    Sadly, there are also going to be people who see this as a negative thing in another way, by showing this side of yourself alongside being a transwoman. Folks who feel they're fighting for the right to be seen as normal people of their chosen gender will see this as her showing to ignorant people that transfolk are, by being put next to something they really can only view with at the most bewildered acceptance without any prior experience dealing with the AB/DL culture .

    Again, stating that I think Riley is a lovely young woman, and respecting her completely, they may have a point. It would be one thing for someone as charming and well transitioned as her to make a large television appearance as a transwoman, and undeniably, a positive thing. But when that's put next to something people will just see as possibly perverted, it just casts that strangeness on everything else in her life. Some people might just take this as an opportunity to enforce their negative views of transfolk as perverts. It may be wrong, but unfortunately, it's wholly possible. Choosing to show the world her Adult Baby tendencies is one thing. Telling people she's an MtF is another. But combining them, in the end, for such a large appearance, may have not been the best choice.

    Again, I only say any of this to preemptively respond to any negative responses along those lines. I only hope Riley, and the folks watching the program, never need this, and it's all a very pleasant experience for her and everyone involved!

  3. Hi there:) I love your site<3 Anyway i love all thing you do here nice to read all stuff you writing here, i need to tell you, i love your voice, i can tell that i really want be your daddy to you if i lived in your city but now i dont that. I love to be a ab/dl both, and i where diaper to nearly everyday. To last;) you are sooo cute and pretty girl.



  4. All I can say is that I think you are one of the strongest people I know Riley. It really takes a big person to put themselves out there in the way you have.

    Lots of love and hugs,

  5. Hey, I just wanted to say you're pretty damn awesome and brave. I know you'll likely experience some hard things from what you did on TLC. I just wanted to say, keep going.

    I am transgendered (male to female) and heavily into the D/s and BDSM community. Please don't worry about anyone being offended, afraid, or think what you do is “gross.” You do what is right for you, there is no harm in this. One of my ex's in fact was very much into AB/DL and I explored it with her in depth.

    If you ever need to talk, feel free to email me!


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