Mark this one as plain gross. Japanese women wear diapers to save time.
Not all of them, mind you, but it seems to be a trend.
Apparently some Japanese women wear diapers to save time and to be more productive in the workplace.
They want to compete with men by taking fewer bathroom breaks?
So do the Japanese men wear diapers too, or is it that they take fewer bathroom breaks?
I’m a gal and trust me it doesn’t take that long to tinkle. If you do not have a medical problem, why would you want to be in a stinky wet diaper all day. Gross! Have some self respect!
In addition to being more competitive, Japanese women wear diapers to save time and some have even adjusted their wardrobe to accommodate the bulky diapers.
It’s become such the in thing in Japan, that adult diapers are reportedly sold right next to feminine hygiene products in a growing amount of stores.
Japanese Magazine, Spa has an article, that you will need to translate to English with Google if you want to read it titled, The Ultimate form of slob? Ecology of diaper girls. The article talks about the lengths Japanese women are going to in order to be competitive with men by wearing diapers but it also details how some Japanese women are simply becoming “slobbish”, like some of their male counterparts.
So in addition to the Japanese women who wear diapers to save time, some of these same woman are also not shaving their legs and not cleaning up after themselves.
Spa magazine refers to it as the “masculinization of women”
Will it be a lasting trend?
In addition to some Japanese women wearing diapers, what will they do to top that in their quest to be more masculine?