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Feederism? April 23, 2008

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Thanks to the infinite online world of information, and let’s face it porn & fetish sites, Feederism has become a bit more exposed, and hence more “accepted.” Feederism, (against those beliefs who practice it, or continue to fantasize about it), IS a fetish IMHO. It’s supposed to be defined as the “consensual” weight-gaining process, in which the feeder helps to encourage packing on the pounds to the feedee, and this in turn results in their sexual excitement. Or there are those individuals who pack on the pounds on their own, and become increasingly excited with their increasing weight.

From my understanding, few actually practice this fetish. For most “feeders” it will forever remain a fantasy, and on their computer screens.

The idea of feederism disgusts me. I used to be more active in severalfattie forums, until I realized the amount of private messages asking if I’m a gainer or a feedee became beyond ridiculous. I understand people being curious, or being happy with themselves whilst gaining weight over the years…but feederism is much more than that. I find it to be disturbing, and those who practice it, or obsessively fantasize over it, have some psychological issues.

I don’t want to be looked at as a fetish, or a fly-by fantasy, or an object to be owned and manipulated to get someone “turned-on”…especially by someone who says they realized they were a feeder when they got turned on by watching Violet in Charlie in the Chocolate Factory balloon into a blueberry…I’m normally a very open-minded, to each their own, kind of person, but feeders are just as bad as those who discriminate against fat people.


3 Responses to “Feederism?”

  1. Sara Says:

    I just found the name for what I like (feederism). I only think about it. I don’t actually practise it. I am actually anthlete. I really don’t know how to feel. When I am not having sex I would much rather my body be fit and toned and that is how I keep it. I also have a boyfriend of many years and he is not like me at all with this weird fetish but he dose know how I feel. I think I should stick to thinking about it and maybe when I am pregnant someday I can really experience all I can during sex. I tried to find books or something that can help but I don’t like the idea of becoming massive…just really plump…but all the books I can find are really grose and perverted. Anyone got any advice?

  2. Fat Bastard Says:

    Feederism is the cornerstone of fat acceptance. We are a society of gluttons and hedonists. Why fight it?

    I am not a practicing feeder but when I attend a NAAFA convention we have we slop the sows until they are about to burst. It is wonderful debauchery.

  3. Jane Says:

    Now, first off I have to say that I’m not an active reader on your blog, and my comment is not meant to offend, or flame. I just have a problem with judgment, especially from people who are afraid of being judged themselves.

    It is completely your right to be disgusted by feederism, but by stating that “feeders are bad”, and that people who fantasize about such things have “psychological issues”, tells me that you’re ignorant. You may very well not be, but that’s my first impression.

    Feederism is a fetish, and has nothing to do with anyone’s psychological state. You can’t help what you like. In fact, many people who are into this live their lifes feeling like a freak, suppressing their urges, and in doing so leading a much less than happy life. I should know. I did that for over five years, and was freaking miserable.

    I’m not saying that feederism makes sense, but for some people it makes more sense than living a lie. I’d much prefer to be happy and shave ten more years off my life because I’m fat, than to pretend anymore.

    In saying that though, I think it’s also worth noting that not everyone into this wants to become the size of a blimp. I used to weigh 300 lbs, and would like to get back there, but that’s good enough for me.

    Also, my “feeder boyfriend” wouldn’t mind if I wasn’t able to gain a lb. It’d be a bit lame for both of us, as that’s what we like, but acceptable as feederism is only a small part of who we are as people. We love each other, and are not just interested in each others sexual deviances.

    Sorry for getting all preachy on your blog by the way (and calling you ignorant, because I doubt you are), but I just wanted to have my say. It makes me sad when people judge others for being different. I understand that me and people who think like me are different, but most of us are still good people. I hold the door open for everyone I see, when I bake I always give half of what I make to my friends and neighbors, I lend money to people who need it, I smile at strangers, my friends know they can tell me anything, and I never like to judge anyone. I’m not saying I never have, that’s impossible. When I do judge someone though, I Immediately put myself in their shoes, because I know what it’s like to be judged.

    You say you’re open-minded, and if that’s true then all I ask is next time you plan to condemn something, and everyone involved, just imagine if someone you loved was part of the involved. Would your opinion change?

    People into feederism are not trying to give fat people a bad name. Most of us are quite content to be ignored. We all just want to live our lives, and be happy. Just like you, and everyone else on this planet.

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