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Nov 18 2019

Man Fakes Autism to Compel Diaper Changes

Being a victim can allow you to achieve coercive authority over others. Unsurprisingly, the unscrupulous have made spurious claims to victimhood so as to achieve power. For example, 29-year-old Rutledge Deas IV of New Orleans would never have been able to get young women to satisfy his diaper fetish by asking nicely. So he falsely portrayed himself as a victim of autism.

According to Detective Nicole Barbe,

Deas tricked … babysitters into thinking he was an 18-year-old man with Autism and other special needs so they would change his diaper “to satisfy what I believe to be autonepiophilia/ paraphilic infantilism (adult diaper fetish).”

Sounds bad. Let’s hear Deas’ side of the story:

Deas admitted to investigators he fraudulently portrayed himself as disabled to take advantage of the babysitters but denied he received sexual gratification from the diaper changes, the affidavit stated. He also admitted he masturbated to “diaper porn” but claimed any physical signs of being aroused while having his diaper changed were involuntary.

Well, if it’s involuntary, that’s all right them.

Unchastened, Deas continues to brandish the victim card.

Deas told investigators he was sexually traumatized at a young age and suffered from depression, anxiety and other mental health problems… Deas said he liked to be “cared for as an infant because it brings him back to a time and place where he was at peace prior to his own trauma,” according to the affidavit.

He had four different female babysitters changing his diapers for him.

Deas also admitted methamphetamine investigators found in his room belonged to him, telling police it helped with his post-traumatic stress disorder and attention deficit disorder, the affidavit stated.

Wallowing in self-indulgence while whimpering belligerently that he can’t help it because he is a victim makes Rutledge Deas IV a man for our age.

On a tip from seaoh.




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