Mostly when I first open the parcel containing a new onsie and in my excitement to wear it for the next week and a half (Not literally, any daddy would have an issue with that for basic hygienic reasons, but you get the drift) and I realize that parts of the upper zipper is really scratchy or I can find the stitch that is making me itch... It's rather awkward to try to explain to someone that 'YES I do wear onsies' and also 'do you know how to stitch?
seems to lead to a lot of other questions and when it gets from bottles and diapers to text messages at ten telling my university friends to pick me up a block away from my place so that my daddy doesn't catch me is usually the point that they realize that they don't want to know all of the details of my life, especially when the daddy they see storming down the drive when they drop me off later is in fact NOT my biological father, and no I did not get adopted, and also both of my parents are still together and both monogamous and he is also not my sugar daddy... Soooo
'movies Saturday?' I'm too carefree for the harassments so people either judge and I show them that when I say I don't give too hoots about their bigotted beliefs, I also mean "Keep talking, because there is OH so much worse that I can do then laugh and call you names. As long as the narrow minded obstacles know to make room enough for me to keep on walking, then there's no reason that the entire neighbourhood needs to know of ALL the dumb and illegal stuff they do in their spare time or deal with the numerous lawsuits that I will enjoy piling up on them in the courthouse for multiple accounts of harassment, defamation of character, blatent and public acts of discrimination and sooo much more. I personally find the whole taking legal action aspect to take a lot of time out of your day, but the threat of easy charges and very readily available and abundant amounts of evidence and witnesses more than makes up for it and it gets most of the stubborn ones to back off quick. Do your research and open up to a lawyer so that you know what your rights are, once you sign the NDA and with client confidentiality, you can get a lot of useful information from a lawyer that is good for your day to day and reduce the risks of your personal preferences having much affect on your social or professional lifestyle. when they know they're in the wrong and you've got the legal power to defend yourself, you don't need to hide or question what things would be like if you didn't become your little every once in a while. I find it's a great confidence builder when you're out in public and teaches people that they can't just go around passing judgements on people and harassing or discriminating against anything you do as long as it's consentual and legal, because cuddling stuffies and using a binky hurts no one but the other little you might have stolen it from, but I'm pretty sure our big counterparts can figure out how to manage that sort of situation on their own, I mean bigs are usually really good at keeping the peace and just being sketchy mindreaders who always know when we were up to something mischievous
(I feel like they can read our minds and that scares me) Cause y'all don't wanna know what's in my head, I went from wondering if I could crunch up cheesies into my kraft diner to make it cheesier to trying to find a pair of scissors that actually had a blade on them so I could direct my frog stuffie
I never did find out if they actually put a heart in him at build a bear, All I ever found while I was with a big were these fake plastic 'safety scissors'
(funny how the one time I decide to imitate something I did in highschool, that all of the sharp bladed objects were missing from the kitchen drawers...) And bigs say they can't read minds HA! I know better, I'm onto them now!