Pregnant women often say they get a lot of smiles. But, of course, it does happen. The pregnant form has been worshipped by societies for millennia, be it via fertility goddesses or simply treating women who are expecting with the adoration often reserved for kings and queens.
However, not all people get the warm and fuzzy overprotectiveness brought by an expecting mother. There are some who sees the bulging womb and upturned belly-button as sexy, the enlarged milk-carrying breasts as seductive, and the plump, child-carrying frame as something to make love to. This is how people with a pregnancy fetish see pregnant women.
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Male pregnancy—"mpreg," for short—is an internet subculture that's growing bigger, no pun intended, every day. Reviled as "disturbing" by many and explored more fully by few, mpreg enthusiasts have remained mostly silent about who they are and what they're about. Until now. If you're not familiar with mpreg, the conceit is fairly simple: It's an online fantasy world of images and stories exploring male pregnancy.
My fetish is more common than you think it is. A lot of people have it. I have a strong, primal impulse, like anyone with an addictive fetish does, and I am alway in the process of balancing it out with the practicalities of real life.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Lisa found herself home alone, one of her favorite times considering her friends and family takeup most of her time due to her pregnancy. She gets her best friend out, Mr.
Pregnancy fetishism also known as maiesiophilia or maieusophoria is a context where pregnancy is seen by individuals or cultures as an erotic phenomenon. There are no particular or preferred elements within maiesiophilia that are common to all maiesiophiliacs. Some may pursue fantasies that are concerned with the circumstances in which a subject may give birth, or to the conditions to which the pregnant subject may find themselves acting upon, such as approaches to mobility, sleeping, and dressing.
When you're pregnantpeople seem to think it's OK to touch your bump and they also seem to think it's quite alright to question you incessantly about the sex or the name of your baby. Overall, people have no problem invading an expectant mother's space, and those are only the issues that the mother actually knows about. So for them to be explicitly sexual is hot.