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Dr. Feeder

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  1. Another change I've heard of is that women often feel more feminine after gaining.
  2. Some people are happier fat. Some hate it. For those two groups, getting fat is bound to have an effect on their mood.
  3. My wife gained weight at one point and hated it so much I couldn't even really enjoy it. And yes, I did tell her what I was into. Didn't help. Some people just hate being bigger and there's probably nothing you can do about it. It's worth telling her you're into it, but if that doesn't work, drop it.
  4. Seems to me the mukbang thing is a bit different than feed(er)ism. It's just about eating a lot, not weight-gain or even showing off food b**s. And indeed, if you look at her youtube videos, Chandra's gained little or nothing in the year she's been making these videos. Nothing wrong with that, but it's not my thing and probably not most feedists thing.
  5. When a woman becomes so fat that it starts to be crippling I feel bad for her...she might still be sexy and attractive, but I'm definitely conflicted at that point.
  6. I think a lot of them have had some work done, in particular many've had fat removed from the belly.
  7. It's 70%. The amount the gainers put on has nothing to do with the percentage of gainers.
  8. This may be misleading. I have a feeling a similar percentage would gain weight at that age even if they didn't go to college!
  9. The chubbier side of what? A prison camp?
  10. Why expect her to have confidence in being bigger if you won't even admit you'd prefer it?
  11. Don't say you'd be okay with her bigger say you'd like it! Don't pressure her or anything, but you should put your cards out on the table.
  12. I wouldn't make any hard-and-fast rules about it. There is a problem that a guy you meet on here just views you as a fetishistic object but that could happen outside the community as well! Dating is mostly figuring out whether the other person is right for you.
  13. I don't think it's an "accidental" gain any longer...

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