A 24 year-old photographer lives as a full-time adult baby — and even poops and pees in special adult baby diapers he buys online. The snapper, called David, embraced the adult baby diaper lover ABDL community five years ago after a tough childhood which saw his parents abandon him aged five. David, who lives in a southern US state, spent 13 years in care, and says spending his days eating baby food, watching cartoons and playing with toys helps soothe the trauma of that difficult time. He works from home as an editor and 3D-animator, leaving him free to indulge the past time in privacy. He enjoys watching kids cartoons including Gravity Falls, Powerpuff Girls and Avatar, and playing with toys.
In pictures: Baby suiting- parents dressing their toddlers in adult clothes
13 Horrifying Photos Of Adult Babies
Indeed, one is not meant to know this world. Intimate desire laid bare can make for compelling subject matter to a photographer. Yet the adult babies seen here are too self-aware for exploitation. Paraphilic Infantilism, or adult baby syndrome , may be among the least understood of perversions. Clandestine and consensual, the practice of grown usually men dressing up as toddlers — diapers and pacifiers included—is hardly known outside of participants and specialists. Theirs is a conscious, deliberate need for human connection achieved via highly specific means.
Woman, 23 finds fame as an ‘adult baby’ who wears a nappy as well…and her boyfriend LOVES it
A high school biology teacher spends his free time as a diaper-wearing adult baby to battle the memories of his abusive childhood. Dillian Blake, 21, discovered the adult baby diaper lovers ABDL community in , and quickly realized he enjoyed dressing up as children aged three to seven. Dillian, who suffered emotional and physical abuse between the ages of five and 13, says dressing as a child makes him feel safe and secure. I let them show over my shorts, so that if I bend down or my shirt comes up, they will be there.
JESS sits quietly in her playpen sucking on a dummy. I like to do art, I like to sing — just normal things. Jess continues to highlight that her relationship is perfectly normal and gives the couple an extra spark. It makes him feel needed and special. While Jess gets a lot of support from the online community, she said she often needs to defend her and her boyfriend's actions.