Potty training is one of our first traumas in life. For some, perhaps most, it is easy, but for others, it can be a deeply traumatic experience with lasting consequences. As we grow to our teenage years and adulthood, potty training is expected and assumed and yet for many, it still remains difficult and for some, seemingly unnecessary. And yet, society both demands and expects it. A brilliant arguer for breaking social norms, Gwendoline Summers attacks the question of whether or not potty training should be required for preteens, teens and adults and the issues with rejecting it. An openly pro-nappy/diaper book, Gwendoline targets her book not to just adult babies and diaper lovers, but to anyone seeking a reason and rationale for avoiding the toilet and making alternative choices.
- Publication Date
- Dec 21, 2021
- Social Science
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Gwendoline Summers, By (author): Michael Bent, Foreword by: Rosalie Bent, By (author): Forrest Grant