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Hey everyone, I just met someone who wants me to be their feeder! I'm super hyped but niether of us have done anything like this before and we don't know what to do next. Any advice is more than welcome!

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Congrats to you both! What sort of tips are you looking for? I'd start by finding out what foods she likes most & making sure she has access to those items at all times=) If you need specifics on how much she should be eating to gain, feel free to message me and I'd be glad to help you out.

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Congrats to you both! What sort of tips are you looking for? I'd start by finding out what foods she likes most & making sure she has access to those items at all times=) If you need specifics on how much she should be eating to gain, feel free to message me and I'd be glad to help you out.
Well she's told me that she gains weight easily, and she is pretty skinny right now so it shouldnt be too hard! And yeah I'll definitely ask her hey favorite foods

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Don't worry too much about exactly what she should be eating at first.  The most important thing is that she goes at least a little past full as often as possible.  This will gradually stretch out her capacity, allowing her to hold more and making her hungrier when empty.  Plus, if you're there for the really big meals she'll feel like you're doing your job as a feeder, coaxing her to eat more than she normally would.

To kick things off, get a meal that's easy to count (slices of pizza, chicken pieces, whatever) but way too big for her to manage.  Go at it, and take note of how much she can eat without feeling ill or hurting herself.  A few days later get the same thing and try again.  It can be a record you try to break each time, and give you both a sense of achievement and progress not directly connected to weight gain (which can be unreliable) when she's able to have even an extra bite or two.

Don't be afraid of force feeding as a concept if she's interested, because there are many different levels of it and some are quite easy.

1. No touching at all; you simply command her to eat, using whatever method of persuasion you like.

2. Physical feeding, from your hands to her mouth.

3. Mechanical assistance, i.e. a tube or funnel held in her lips/teeth or harnessed to the face.

4.  Bypassing the mouth, i.e. a tube down her throat.  (Difficult, dangerous, only bother working up to this if it's a big fantasy for her, and if so then do your research.)

As with any such activity, set up the equivalent of a safeword, but since her mouth will be occupied, make it non-verbal.  She could hum a particular tune, slap her knee or your arm, kick her legs, etc.

And as with any such arrangement or relationship, be a good listener.  She asked for a feeder so she has specific things in mind, but they may change when you get down to it, or have been at it for a while.

 

Have fun and good luck, but remember that you're very lucky to have a feedee in the first place.  Do please keep us posted.

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Guest fatladylover

Your girl looks good enough to me. Just keep that tummy full.

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1 hour ago, dorknir said:

So we figured it out, and she's gaining indefinitely! As you can see she's pretty small right now, so we have a lot of ground to cover, but I'm excited for the future!

 So many exciting new developments to look forward to! I hope you both enjoy the experience immensely. Keep us posted on her progress, if she's open to that =)

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