For most of my life, I've struggled with the desire to wear diapers. This type of desire can fall under the psychological classifications of diaper fetishism or paraphilic infantilism. While the consensus seems to be that these practices are harmless, even sometimes considered therapeutic, I still feel uneasy about it. In other words, I'm suffering from something that isn't really a disorder. Often, it seems like most of the advice I've come across runs along the lines of "accept your true self" and therein lies the problem: how can I (or you) know who that is? How can you determine the right way to behave on that basis? Though it's true in my experience that abstaining from the behavior generates a great deal of stress, is that really sufficient justification to indulge? It seems to reveal the deficiencies of equating psychological judgments vs moral judgments.

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