I’ve been reading diaper fetish fiction since I was first able to get on the internet in the late 90s. I discovered online communities like the Transformation Stories Archive, the Age Regression Archive, Fox Tales Times, Fictionmania, and many others. This was a very important formative period for me, and I learned two very important things:
First, I’m not alone! This was huge. As a teen, I thought there was something seriously wrong with me, that God made a mistake and that I’d never find someone who’d love me, because instead of thinking fantasizing about and pursuing sex like normal teens, I was daydreaming about being transformed bodily into a toddler and then treated accordingly, by someone who knew full well that there was still an adult in there. Discovering that there’s a global community of people who share my unconventional sexual identity gave me a vital sense of belonging, and a measure of confidence that somewhere out there, I’d find someone who understands me. (And I did, and we’ve spent more than a decade happy together. There’s a lot that some folks are willing to be into when they’re into you, first.)
Second, there aren’t nearly enough decent stories that explore the specific fantasy of actual physical transformation into toddlerhood. Even within communities that are ostensibly aimed directly at my kink, I often found myself disappointed with the level of technical and storytelling skill brought to bear, or having to do mental edits to stories that were close to scratching my itch, but not close enough. Eventually I realized that if I ever wanted to find the kinds of stories that I wanted to read, I was going to have to take matters into my own hands and write them myself. Challenge accepted.
We all spend our childhoods yearning for the freedom of adulthood, but it turns out the world’s also full of people who are just as eager to surrender that freedom for the security of preschool and playpens. When I published my first few stories on Amazon, I was stunned at both how well the stories performed immediately upon publication, and at the staying power they’ve had. I’m delighted to be able to serve this audience, and grateful to have you as a reader.
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Be good, kids.