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RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I think saying that there is a feederism gene is the equivalent of saying that there is a gay gene. I don't think it's a choice, since a far easier choice for me would have been to like skinny girls.

I didn't know in high school what my preference was, I even thought i liked skinny girls since that was what I assumed everybody liked. Most teens probably think this, because they are bombarded with the stereotypes. That and I really didn't have many fat girls in my surroundings.

thank god for the Internet...
I discovered that i liked feederism through the dimensions weight board, round 2000 or something. By fapping to Kelly girl images mostly, back in the day smiley I was always fascinated by how large she had gotten, and that she seemed to be enjoying it, and i remember hoping that she would get even bigger still.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I like this insightful forum topic!! Kudos to Madeline Grace.
My 2 cents is that whilst it might not be genetic, too many people on here report that they had fantasies at a very young age, before they even knew what sex fully was, so there must be an element that is similar to being gay?

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I've felt this way about fat since childhood. Lots of cartoons showing showing fat people eating and struggling always aroused me, even before I understood what arousal was. I even used to stuff pillows in my clothes and waddle around like a fatty.
I've dated beautiful thin women before, but nothing has aroused me on such a deep, primal, sexual level than feeding and fattening a woman with the same desire. I gave up a long time ago trying to figure it out and concluded I'm hard-wired for fat women.
The older I get, the bigger I want her and the more I realize if I were to settle down it would need to be with a gaining, beautiful, lazy food addicted feedee. Now, where to turn?

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I also got my entire life, that I prefer bigger is better smiley

Unless there is something that is really stronger then that feeling. (Like being in love on an women that wants you lose weight).

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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It's not a gene, because I surely converted my gf into the fetish as a feedee

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I dunno about it being genetic but I definetly believe its something in us from waaay back when we were living in huts and whatnot

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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Im sure I was just born this way, I remember being like 6 or 7 and wishing I was fat and not only that but wanting other people to see me as fat, like id sit in my front yard with like a pillow under my shirt haha
my mum has always been big and my sister was pretty big for while, and alot of my friends have been overweight but they have always hated it and tried to lose weight and I was also teased in school for being chubby, so to me fat has always been seen as a negative thing.
I think that having a prefernce for curvy or fat girls or whatever is probably caused by somthing in childhood but having a fetish for the actual fat, the feel of it, the look..everything..youve just got to be born with that..
I dont think it's genetic because youd think then it would be more common to have people with the same fetishes in families ?

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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FluffyMcMittens wrote:
I dunno about it being genetic but I definetly believe its something in us from waaay back when we were living in huts and whatnot


Darwins' 'surviving of the fittest' (or should I say 'the fattest': the one with the most reserves), compressed to a level of what is called 'a cell memory' ???
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_memory

however, saying it is pure genetics goes a bit far for me. it is more like combination of phenotype (own character plus social and other surroundings and influences) en genotype (like what I said above). for that matter I sign under what Up Quark wrote.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I dont possess a doctorate, but i majored in biology/minored in chemistry the length of four years....often times a characteristic isnt derived from only a single source...i attribute most responsibility to the aforementioned " imprinting years", around age 3...possibly during a fertile delopment window for body type identification or sexual orientation, we encountered a growing or fat person thru happenstance. And a path was linked between neurons that control each idea....just random meeting of two notions...however i also believe we were genetically positioned to have higher odds of a union between them...just a hypothesis...not an expert, remotely

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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It's been great reading everyone's responses to the question. I know I was wired this way since I was very young. Like others have stated here, watching cartoons that had fat female characters, or female characters that became fat, affected me before I ever knew what sex was.

In my family everyone is thin, so I was not exposed to big girls until I got to high school, but was too shy to act on my feelings/attractions. It wasn't until I found others like me on the internet that I realized I wasn't a total freak.

My wife had gained 60 pounds during our marriage, but I would not call her a feedee. She was curvy when we started dating, and she LOVES to eat. It was a turn on watching her eat until she had to unbutton her pants. After a while I told her I find heavier females more attractive, which was a risk, and although she she thought I was a bit strange for feeling that way it gave her the freedom to eat as much as she wants an not worry (as much) about gaining weight.

She now accepts that I love her growing figure and teases me at times. Just today we took our dog to the vet for a follow up visit and she climbed on the pet scale when the vet was in back, the number flash up to 207.5, up a pound from 2 weeks ago when we were there. She hopped off quick and smiled at me saying "That number just keeps going up", knowing it is a turn on to me.

My point is, I have been attracted to fat females since I was a young kid, my wife doesn't seem to be a feedee as I understand them (it's not sexual for her to gain weight) but she is definitely a foodee and knows I don't care if she gains.

I don't know that genetics plays a role for either one of us, but we were definitely made for each other in many ways. The whole weight gain/eating thing is just icing on the cake. (forgive the pun)

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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This is similar to this thread - http://fantasyfeeder.com/cms/infusions/forum/view-thread.php?forum_id=26&thread_id=18394

And I think all of us are an amalgamation of genetics, evolution and personal experiences. Personal experiences and genetics will obviously vary infinitely between us. But looking at evolution...

Given that in the past food was scarcer and healthcare not as good I think the default setting is attraction for fat, that is showing an ability to get the food, and in Women the fertile look, that is wide hips, large breasts and round stomach.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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Genetic disposition or self proclaiming prophecy; I'm not ruling out to what it could be linked to but merely pointing out possibilities, never the less.

Looking back I can recall when I was around the age of 12, and like many other contributors to this forum, either watching something on television or reading up on some news article find it rather interesting to find out more about it.

Needless to say when the internet came into play well, "No holds bar" is the best way to descibe what came next.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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Genetics or not... as we see from McFottykins post, she is no clear gay, but BI. Which means somewhere around 50 on the scale 0 to 100.

I think there is the same sort of scale that could be applied to this kink smiley.
0 for average and 100 for hardcore feeder/feedee for example.

I am somewhere about 30 (with occasional, sporadical jump to 100 and back)

Thinking twice, this would make nice thread itself... smiley

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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Up Quark wrote:
WitchyMcFottykins wrote:
I can not say for certain if there is a genetic connection but I can draw a parallel with homosexuality which does have evidence of a genetic link and my own family is proof its likely, if you have 4 male children in one family and 3 of them are gay you can't help but say that,


You have a very interesting family and, knowing how well my gay friends look after their sisters, you're very lucky!

Having 3 gay siblings isn't necessarily evidence of a genetic disposition to homosexuality, it could just as easily be another influence. Also, as far as I understand, your family's experience is very much the exception and not the rule.

There is some very interesting research that shows a higher rate of homosexuality among men if they have older male siblings. In fact, the chance of a man being gay increases substantially the more older brothers he has. There are some intriguing theories as to why this is.
This is a fascinating post. If this is so then socialisation must have some influence on homosexuality. The same effects must also be possible with feederism and in general being an FA. As I mentioned in a simular subject that positive reinforcement must have some effect.

It is possible that even in Layla's case, where she says that none of her family like being fat, that their love and affection to her is a positive reinforcement (ie fat people are kind and loving). However, where this theory falls down a bit is from plenty of posts claiming that they have always felt this way from as long as they can remember.

It's certainly a great subject to discuss and until there is any scientific evidence, I suppose we will all just keep on guessing.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I've been comparing sexuality not to an either or but to a continuum and so think that there are very few people who are 100% straight, and hence have differing levels of bi-ness.

You can do the same for all fetishes, and start making 2 (or more) dimensional graphs.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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While I am not sure my brother is a full blown FA he did confess to me that he did not like the fact that when his wife recently lost weight, he was not to happy about her curves disappearing.

Now first time I remember a preference for larger girls I was only ten and is also my first memory of thinking of a girl as anything other than icky.

Soon I found out it was clearly wrong to like fat, but plenty of other boys liked girls with big breasts and whose girls tended to have a bit of a belly as well, so in public that is what my preference, but in my dreams I still fantasized about bigger girls. t was not until I turned eighteen and got regular internet that I found that my preference although unusual was not mine alone and from there I have gradual become more open about what I like.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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madygrace38iBombshell wrote:
Born this way???

OK so I was never a skinny girl I have always been the chubby kid or the fat friend ever since I can remember. I remember as a young person liking pregnant girl obsessed about how there boobies and belly grew at first then I branched out into bbw girls sexually I was not even interested in boys so much so that I thought I was gay for a while... lol I also always been about food stuffing and eating with people and feeling full. I remember tricking my high school boyfriend in to getting me sweets and food I liked when I was suppose to be on diets. I remember him tell my he love my curvy shape and him praising my weight lost when I gained weight because my body looked better. And I was doing all these actions thoughts and feels before I knew what formal feederism was. So I think I was a feedee my whole life I just did not know the was a word or a website about it.

When I meet other feeders there seem to be the same way this kinda of back the mind know ever since the where children about what they are into...

a lot of people have the notion that you meet someone you like and that you either like them so much you lose you fetish or you can some how convert them into what you like

there are feeders and feedees in every culture, every country, and every age. So my question is do you think you were born a feeder or has life converted you into one??


I know I always was passionate about fat women and fattening them up. When I was but 8, i saw a young woman who was so fat that she had to be helped in order to walk by two male assitants- her upper arms over the shoulders. her huge, swaying belly and careful waddle produced my very first erection- at 8!

I saw the Warner bros. cartoon "Pigs is Pigs" and remember thinking how much i would love to stuff a girl , but instead of her bursting, she would just keep growing fatter. So yes, I definitely think it is a genetic trait. smiley

No woman can ever grow too fat, but every woman is always too thin.

RE: the feederism gene 4 years ago

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I'm one of those guys that always felt tingly whenever a character got a fat belly on a cartoon. One memory that sticks out was Rosie O'Donnell talking about voicing a cartoon character with a "cute little pot belly, like me". I think it's ingrained in my brain.

RE: the feederism gene 3 years ago

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madygrace38iBombshell wrote:
I don’t think its a dominate trait like brown eyes or curly hair but a very random recessive trait form like what was said the cave man days of “she good hearty big woman she will bear me many son” and the feedee girl is like “he strong good hunter good gather bring me lots of goods to my hunt I will give him many sons”

basically i want to spread the understanding that its something I chose it was something I was born with and its nothing to be ashamed of being a feedee is apart of what makes me spacial and unique just like the birth mark on my hip or the fact I am allergic to nuts "i born this way" qouteth the gaga


This is kinda how I view it as well. I know that I gravitate towards women with bigger busts, wider hips and thicker bodies. I can't think of any real hard concrete reason why. I just do. I don't see it as a dominate or recessive sort of gene. More like a genetic memory from long long ago. My ancestors learned something and it's been past down through the generations and is tending to express itself in and through me. I think it's cool and I love it.

Now as for the feeder aspects of my fetish. I believe that is me trying to fill some void or something like that. Most likely to fill a need for control and/or fulfill a desire to find that "perfect" lady Perhaps even go as far and say to combined the two and create my perfect lady. I doubt that, however, one can never turn down any possible idea without first testing it. It would help explain the turn-on of finding a skinny girl and fattening her up though. Very interesting....smiley

RE: the feederism gene 3 years ago

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I was very similar to you. As a child (I can remember this happening as early as four or so) I would stuff pillows and shirts and things into my clothes, to make myself "fat." I had an unusual obsession with Violet from Willy Wonka. I would basically think through feeder-type fantasies at about eight or nine when I fell asleep.
At some point, I found videos about feederism and gaining on my mom's computer as a teenager.
I completely think it is a genetic trait. My mother was into it, and my brother and I both are as well.

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