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I am a normal guy but have a birth fetish. Had this fetish since the age of five years old! I can remember getting extremely turned on by birth, of course had no idea why or what sex was.
Discussions MedFet Child birth fetish. Josephine Joyner I well remember I sequence of pictures of a lad…. I well remember I sequence of pictures of a lad… For men who have watched partners birth For all the men who have been there whilst thei….
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.
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.
Demetra groaned, rolling onto her side and tucking a pillow under her huge, pregnant belly. She rubbed the taunt, firm skin, her middle filled with unwanted life. This was the tenth time she had been impregnated. She lived in a birthing facility, where she was only a number, a womb to impregnate and a hole to birth children for those who bought the offspring.
He looked on with jealousy at women waddling onto buses with ankles puffy and pink from the excessive weight. Yet he still finds the time to imagine a little fetus growing inside of him. It continues to run the gamut from there.
THE reason women give birth lying down has nothing to do with evolution or biology - it's all down to the fetish of one man. While we mostly associate childbirth with women lying in hospital beds, it's actually quite a new practice - naturally humans would find squatting, kneeling, 0r going on all fours easier when pushing a baby out. He reigned between andand during this time fathered 22 children The King grew frustrated with watching his wife and mistresses giving birth sat in a birthing chair, and much preferred having a more intimate and unobstructed view - his woman, right in front of him, spread-eagled and forcing his latest heir in to the world.