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He may have thought he could choose you over his kink, MADDL, but now he knows what Dr.Ley could've told you two before the wedding: Suppressing a kink just isn't possible.Please give me advice on how to make him understand that this is not him! "There's a fair bit of controversy over whether people can suppress fetishistic desires like this—and whether it's healthy to ask them to do so," said Dr.David Ley, a clinical psychologist, author, and AASECT-certified sex therapist."Personally, I believe in some cases, depending on the support of their environment and personal relationships, it is possible, but only when these desires are relatively mild in intensity." Your husband's interest in diapers—which would seem to go all the way back to at least age 7—can't be described as mild."Given the apparent strength and persistence of her husband's interest, I think it unlikely that suppression could ever be successful," said Dr. "In this case, I think MADDL's desire for her husband to have sexual desires she agrees with in order for her to be married to him is a form of sexual extortion, i.e., 'If you love me and want to be with me, you'll give up this sexual interest that I find disgusting.' Without empathy, mutual respect, communication, unconditional love, and a willingness to negotiate and accommodate compromises and win-win solutions, this couple is doomed, regardless of diapers under the bed." Now let's bring in a voice you rarely hear when diaper fetishists are being discussed: an actual diaper fetishist.But on the day we were supposed to go, he was mad about every little thing I did and then said he wasn't going!I went crazy and called his mom and told her everything, and she said she found a diaper under his bed when he was 7!
I broke down, and he agreed to talk to a counselor.
Recently I've experimented with long-term edges, where I'll withhold coming for days or weeks while still maintaining a daily masturbation practice.
I love living on that horny edge, and I've even learned to love the ache in my balls. Am I setting myself up for prostate/testicular trouble down the road?
("I absolutely hate that therapists are seen as sexual enforcers who are supposed to carve away any undesirable sexual interests and make people 'normal,'" said Dr.
Ley.) You're clearly not interested in understanding your husband's kink, per Pup Jackson's advice, nor are you open to working out an accommodation that allows your husband to explore his kink on his own, per Dr. Instead you've convinced yourself that if you pitch a big enough fit, your husband will choose a spouse who makes him feel terrible about himself over a kink that gives him pleasure. Your husband told you he was into diapers before he married you—he laid his kink cards on the table at five months, long before you scrambled your DNA together—and he backed down when you freaked out.