Paraphilic infantilism

Paraphilic infantilism

Although the name sounds rather like a medical verdict pronounced terminally, the paraphilic infantilism (adult baby syndrome) is nothing more than an extremely popular fetish among fans of alternative strategies in the bedroom.

For many, the connection with the childish inner, doesn't resume to watching in secret cartoons or to a video game addiction preserved up to forever, but it discretely extends also to their emotional life, leading to certain forms of private attitude, intensely disputed by "the public": wearing diapers and bonnet, using baby bottle, a lullaby (it's true, somewhat more generous in size), playing with toys for babies or simulating gesture limits or weaknesses, manifested primarily by newborns.

Of course, many might wonder why an adult, perfectly balanced mentally, would like to get back into a baby’s mind, giving up all natural appropriate privileges, through normal compliance to the age or the status acquired over time?!

One of the plausible explanations is that regression to the infantile stage, practiced even in private, corresponds to the legitimate need (of some), to benefit for a slightly longer period of unconditional love, to represent the center of attention of someone, to restrain from the daily efforts and concerns entered (sometimes abusively) in the " job description" imposed to adults, and not as a last resort, to be free... need that surely everyone feels from time to time, but not all choose to express the same.