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Monday, August 31, 2009 davidmj04, Community Member, asks

Q: can I wear my cloth diapers and plastic pants with a long t-shirt to the beach?

I live in Daytona Beach and would really like to be able to go down to the beach.

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Ken, Community Member
8/31/09 11:55am

this is a good question..  You might get away with this if the shirt is long enough and watch how you sit and bend.  As far as the water I dont think it is a good idea to try that..  Just to go to the beach and sit in a chair to enjoy the beach you might be able to do that..Wink

thatdiaperguy, Community Member
9/ 2/09 2:08am

I have done this same thing ..went down to the beach wearing only my diapers ..plastic pants and a tshirt  but it was an a very hot evening, when hardly no one was on the beach..  but on that encounter I did meet a women incontinence diaper wearer  and it was a marvelious encounter  but that was at night..I have also worn a long shirt that covers my diaperson the daytime at the beach..and I never gave it a second thought if I was noticed or caught..there is always the truth to fall back on and the truth will set you free... I have lived with it for a very long time(incontinence),,and Im very ok with it ..from the diaper changes I go thruu.. to the wearing them outside of the house

ken, Community Member
9/ 4/09 9:13am

good for you..  I am glad to see that your problem has not stopped you from living...  Great

anned, Community Member
5/16/11 4:20am

The safest place to wear on a beach is at a nudist beach. you will not have problem with the cops.


Many have a area off to one side that the kinky people hang out at.


For the daytona area Apollo Beach at the north end of the Canaveral National Seashore.

Its listed as clothing optional(i guess a diaper would be optional clothing)


A number of nude beaches have a area for fetish people to hang out.

At least that is what i have found in calif and texas.

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By davidmj04, Community Member— Last Modified: 03/27/12, First Published: 08/31/09