Fetish-Friendly Diaper Spa For Adults Opening in New Hampshire
New Hampshire’s first festish friendly Diaper Spa is set to open in Atkinson. And boy, the locals are wetting their pants about it.
The Diaper Spa is a nursery for needy adults, who prefer nappies and night-nights to your basic 9-5 adult life.
Basically, it’s a business for adults who role play as children and, yes, wear diapers.
According to its website, The Diaper Spa is open to “all diaper-wearing individuals who seek acceptance, respite, and care.” They offer everything from consultations to play dates (at $200 an hour) to a $1,500 all-day “Diaper B&B – a premier spa experience for the little one inside of you. We ensure a relaxing and rejuvenating escape, providing top-notch care and pampering services.”
The spa’s owner is physician Dr. Colleen Ann Murphy. She told Boston.com people need to be more open minded:
“People tend to fear anything that they fail to comprehend,” she told the website.
What is the point of a fetish friendly Diaper Spa?
Ever heard of the adult baby/diaper lover (ABDL) fetish? It’s a quirky and fascinating kink that’s all about adults embracing their inner child. It’s grown-ups donning diapers, onesies, and pacifiers. For reals.
According to the experts, for adult babies, it’s a chance to relish the carefree days of childhood. You can indulge in activities like coloring (well, that’s fun!) , playing with toys (not too bad!), and yes, even wearing diapers (hard pass!)
Diaper lovers, on the other hand, find comfort and joy in the snug embrace. It’s a security thing, I guess.
Some enjoy role-playing scenarios, complete with baby talk and nursery rhymes.
And them’s the facts, ma’am.
What is the little town of Atkinson saying?
According to Boston.com and The Eagle-Tribune, mom of three Kayla Gallagher “expressed concern about the spa’s proximity to a local park and the possibility of run-ins with families.”
“That is something that I will never be willing to expose my kids to, so now we will no longer be able to use that park,” she told the Tribune.
Now a Change.org petition is calling on town leaders to reject any licenses and applications for the spa.