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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.
But that was mainly due to the fact that women can carry and deliver children, and thus prolong the bloodline. What is it that drives such fervent fetishization of pregnant women in society today? In a study that was later published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine , a team of researchers found that early exposure to pregnancy and lactation can lead to an adult interest in pregnant women down the line. Older siblings, researchers found, are more likely to develop this kind of attraction than those who never witnessed the birth of a baby brother or sister.
In his book Modern Sexuality , Aaron explains that testosterone has been shown to influence a predisposition to fetishistic interests, which is why members of the pregnancy fetish community appear to be overwhelmingly male. Men may be more likely to fetishize a round belly, or larger breasts heavy with milk. As it happens, lactation has been so frequently eroticized that adult breastfeeding has become somewhat of a staple in the community. Hell, this kind of kink has proved so popular that even certain devout Christians are getting into it.
Some people simply enjoy embracing the taboo, Aaron explains, as that might make it more erotic. Women look their best when they are carrying . Their skin is flawless, they have a happy sparkle in their eyes and the bigger they are, the better. One study published in the Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality found that men desire their partners more during pregnancy than ever before.
The hormonal surge women experience during pregnancy can also make them horny as hell, making things like pregnancy porn and sex while expecting especially hot. Please try again. Give us a little more information and we'll give you a lot more relevant content. Your child's birthday or due date. Girl Boy Other Not Sure. Add . Something went wrong. Please contact support fatherly. Like fatherly on Facebook. Something went wrong please at support fatherly. By Carrie Weisman.Pregnancy fetishes
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