Dad Who Wears Diapers Banned From Seeing His Own Children


A father is banned from seeing his children because of his fetish for wearing diapers. He now claims he is being discriminated against for his fetish.

The man was prevented from seeing his children by the Family Court of Australia. Originally, his ex-wife was fine with sharing parenting duties after their split, as long as he kept his lifestyle away from their children.

The woman sited on one occasion in 2019, that he was collecting their children from her house with a diaper partially exposed. After that moment, she decided to take legal action once and for all.

The man appealed the original court ban on seeing his children in 2021 but was rejected in April of that year. He has now decided to try his case in the High Court.

Justice Hilary Hannan from the Family Court said the man had not “satisfactorily addressed the issues of risk” to the children.

Hannan continued: “I have great reservations and ultimately do not accept that the father has an authentic willingness or ­capacity to disavow engaging in the behaviours in question and in his connections to the community.”

The man said that Justice Hannan’s decision was “horrendous and unjust” and denied that his children would be exposed to his fetish, despite already revealing himself on one occasion.

“What I choose to do in the privacy of my own home without any children present is my business. It is a harmless ­activity and affects no one,” he said.

Justice Hannan claimed that her decision was final since was “inevitable” that the children would be exposed to the father’s behaviours, which would likely cause psychological harm growing up.


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