– A woman wears wet diapers, choosing to live as an adult baby and escape the stresses of the real world.
– Riley chooses to live as an adult baby; Charmissa chews on dryer sheets for up to 10 hours a day.
– 25-year-old Riley who spends her leisure time in her crib in diapers
Well this is exciting! As I’ve mentioned before, it’s not my place to speak about the production aspects of the show, but there are a few things I’d like to address to help smoothe over some of the discussions I’ve seen online.
-I did not produce this show and it was going to be made regardless of my participation.
-I did not seek the show out, I was contacted by the producers.
-“My Strange Addiction” takes liberties on the term “Addiction”, within the context of the show it means “something you pretty much can’t live without” and I feel that way about diapers. The show is not Intervention
-I have been 24/7 in diapers in the past and currently only wear occasionally, there’s an ebb and flow to my interest.
-I believe I have a positive outlook on my life choices and acknowledge my need for regression/little time.
-I understand how diapers and ageplay compliment my gender and sexuality but are not mutually inclusive to either.
-I am not ABDL as a result of abuse and don’t consider that to be the norm.
-I I have experience in television and understand how the media works, I often look at things from an editors point of view.
-I am not a pedophile, nor am I classist, racist, sexist or any other form of ignorance forced onto others.
-I am not on government assistance or vulnerable to those who will attempt to tear me down. I am unfuckwithable.
-I do not follow any “scenes” or trends that elicit immediate disdain from outsiders, I pretty much do my own thing and let others do theirs.
-I am a radical queer that understands you catch more flies with honey than with anarchy.
-I’m a self-made, financially stable taxpayer, and i’m going to be president someday.
When I was 11, I saw the first ever broadcast of a woman kissing another woman… this is not going to be that. I don’t think my appearance on this show will change anything in the daily lives of AB/DL people, we’re not going to all of a sudden be accepted. The whole reason why I make this blog and why i’ve been so open about who and what I am, is the crushing shame I felt as a young person with hidden desires. I care about how WE (huddled masses yearning to breathe free) feel about us, we don’t need societies approval, we need to feel good about ourselves. The feedback I receive on this site leads me to believe that my posts/videos really do help folks with the inner turmoil that comes from being ostracized by society. Going on this show was a welcome opportunity when it was presented to me, and if you’ve been reading my blog over the last 5 years you’ll know that I will be able to handle whatever this exposure leads to, good or bad. Similarly, if anyone questions my legitimacy, they can read my story to get a better idea who this smiley little girl on their TV set is.
More stuff soon, stay positive, thanks for the positive support all over the nets and be sure not to feed the trolls. I’m happy, so busy that I can’t barely manage it all, but I think I should be able to take a little break early next decade 🙂
more stuff soon ❤