Dad who wears nappies banned from seeing his own children due to fetish

A dad has been banned from seeing his own children due to his fetish for wearing nappies.

The man, who can’t be named for legal reasons, claims he’s being discriminated against for his odd lifestyle choice and is planning to take his fight to the High Court.

He claims that what he’s doing is harmless, but his ex-wife decided to take legal action when he started to wear nappies around their kids and has now been prevented from seeing them by the Family Court of Australia.

Although his former partner was aware of his behaviour, she said that it had intensified to the point that he would wear certain garments around the home.

Due to their kids getting older, she became worried that their dad’s behaviour could negatively impact them as he refused to see a counsellor.

They decided to end their relationship, after meeting in the mid-2000s, but agreed that if he would keep his odd fetish away from the children, they would share parenting duties.







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It wasn’t until 2019 that she told the court that on one occasion when the dad had collected them from her house he had a nappy partially exposed which is when she decided to take legal action.

Although he appealed the original 2021 court ban on being allowed to see his children, it was rejected on April 13.

This prompted the dad to claim that he will continue his case in the High Court.

However, Justice Hilary Hannan from the Family Court has said that the dad hadn’t ‘satisfactorily addressed the issues of risk’ to his children.

She said: “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.”

Emailing The Daily Telegraph, the man had blasted Justice Hannam saying her decision was ‘horrendous and unjust’ and denied that his children would be exposed to his fetish.

The man then claimed he was being discriminated against because of his association with the ‘Adult Baby-Diaper Lover’ community.

He wrote: “I feel for and have always respected other minority identities who have been persecuted or treated differently just for being who they are.

“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.”

Although in Justice Hannan’s decision, she said it was inevitable that they’d be exposed to the behaviour which would likely cause psychological harm.

She continued that the children would be ridiculed if his links to the community were discovered and exposed.

The woman’s lawyer claimed Justice Hannam’s decision was a landmark ruling.

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