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Maybe diapers are something he enjoys wearing during alone time, or maybe the sight of him in diapers makes the sexual aspect hard to deny.
I feel like I should have said something like "Don't let me stop you! As for the two guys who knocked it off when they spotted you: They either thought you were a cop (it's illegal to be in Seattle parks after closing, and it's extra illegal to have sex in a public park after hours) or thought you might be shocked or annoyed.
") I would advise you to say some vaguely affirming things ("Your diaper thing doesn't bother me, and wouldn't even if it were sexual") without pressuring him to include you at diaper time. In sex ed, I always thought the whole idea of sexual intercourse was strange.
Don't rush things—relationship-wise or diaper-wise—and focus on establishing a mutually satisfying sexual rapport/repertoire. I don't think I'm asexual, but I'm not sure if I am bisexual. I don't think that I am just straight or just gay, because I have equal feelings for both sexes.
Gay and bi men who have sex in parks—many of them straight-identified men—aren't there to perform for pervy straight ladies.
But I'm not going to scold you (even at the risk of being scolded myself), PARK, because park pervs risk being observed by other members of the public—and women are members of the public too, and just as entitled to get their perv on in a public park as they are.