Once again, let’s set the Wayback Machine for the year 2001. December 28th, 2001 to be exact. As you remember from last time, that was the date where we were exploring the beginnings of my original Sissy Rules website that is now long departed and forgotten.
Once again I’d like to bring you some of the material from that ancient site. Last time, if you remember, we looked at my original list of sissy rules. And if you remember, there was a mention in the last rule of a list of sissy diaper period rules. Today we’re going to look at that list.
As before, if I had the opportunity to engage in this type of activity anymore, I’m sure that this list of rules would not work for me. Although there might be a few that could be built upon. Remember, this is all fantasy. Nothing like this ever existed back then. All I’m trying to do here is present some material that I had come up with in the distant past, when the internet was a lot younger, and so was I.
So here it is, just as it was way back on December 28th, 2001.
DIAPER PERIODThe following are some of the diaper period rules. A woman has her period for about 7 out of every 28 days and has to put up with many discomforts, problems, and potential problems. These rules will mean that you too will have to put up with discomforts, and problems, and because you're a sissy, you must put up with some potential extra humiliation too. Please note, you may wear diapers any time you wish when you are not on your period, but during your period, you must wear them. Women have no say over when their periods start or end, or what they have to do at that time... and now neither do you.
- For 7 out of every 28 days you will wear a diaper when not at work. Diapers are to be worn from the time you go to bed the night before your period starts to the time you get out of bed the day your period is over.
- When not at work, you may never pee in a toilet.
- If you leave the house for any reason (other than work), you must still wear and use your diapers.
- If you go out, you must carry a large diaper bag designed for a baby girl and keep it no further away than the car (see rules for mandatory items to be carried in the diaper bag).
- If anyone asks if you are wearing a diaper, be honest and tell them you are a sissy baby, and for your period you must wear and use diapers.
- If you are out and your diapers leek and wet your pants, you must change into your jumper, skirt, or dress before you go home (see rules for mandatory items to be carried in the diaper bag). This will help you to remember to keep your diapers changed before they can leek.
- If anyone over the age of 18 offers to change your diaper for you, you must let them - weather or not you need changing.
- Remember, this person is taking on the adult responsibility of changing you, and you are a sissy baby (if you have any questions about that, think about who's wearing the diapers). The person who changes you is in charge of you. The calls and decisions are theirs - not yours.
- Changing place and time is at their option, not yours.
- If they offer to change you, you must get your diaper bag and bring it to them.
- They have the option of diapering you and then dressing you any way they wish.
- They can use cloth or disposable diapers.
- They can dress you (even in public) any way they wish, including in a dress (and don't forget the mandatory clothing items in your diaper bag), or have you wear just your diapers.
- They can require you to suck on your pacifier, or drink from your baby bottle. Having you drink from your bottle while holding it with both hands keeps your hands out of the way during your diaper change and also puts more fluid back into your body so you can wet again.
- They are the adult and have gained this right by changing your diapers for you.
DIAPER BAG ITEMS
The following is a minimum of items to be carried in your diaper bag at all times.
- A complete list of your rules to be kept in the lid for easy inspection.
- 4 disposable diapers.
- 4 cloth diapers.
- 2 pair of plastic panties.
- diaper pins.
- plenty of baby wipes.
- A plastic sheet to change you on.
- plastic bags to hold used diapers.
- baby powder.
- baby lotion or oil.
- A pacifier.
- 2 baby bottles filled with anything you like, but they must be filled.
- A girls jumper, or skirt, or dress (ones that don't take up a lot of space and don't wrinkle easily).
- In warm weather, frilly girls socks. In cold weather, girls tights.