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Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
Seech Offline
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Maiesiophilia Studies and Life

I'm not sure about the rest of you but I've been a "pregnancy freak" pretty much since I started noticing women. I've often wondered if there have been any serious psychological studies on pregnancy fetishism. What is the root cause?

I've had a rather singular situation where my first wife was 5'2" and we had one child while my second wife was 6'4" and had twins. Interesting memories. The extremely frustrating thing I have never gotten over is the raw sexual attraction of when they were pregnant (especially with second wife) and being refused any sex because of medical reasons. That SUCKED.

The reason why I bring these things up is because obviously attraction to pregnant women has been part of our lives. How do we understand it and deal with it? Thanx, Seech.
September 5, 2014 9:55 pm
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
Contrary to what society might think, it's perfectly normal to feel attracted to pregnant women. At the same time, it's been my experience many of the women who consider themselves Maiesiophilliacs are barren or struggle with infertility. Not all but many. It's not mean to be in the sexual sense but they don't feel complete knowing they can never bear children.

Understanding and dealing with the attraction (I'm speaking in general now) are two separate matters. In my current profession I tend to see a few pregnant women as their bellies grow. I have also had coworkers become pregnant. How I
"deal with it" is I just pretend they're not pregnant. It's not hard for me to do know I can't not look at them.I get so angry when I hear people say they can't control themselves. They simply chose not to.
September 6, 2014 9:03 am
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I was raised in a very religious household where neither of my parents discussed sexuality with me until high school. Before that my family attached a lot of shame to having sex outside of marriage and in general none of it was something to be discussed, ergo I never felt comfortable bringing my questions to them and did my own homework/"research" on various topics. From a young age seeing pregnant women aroused my curiosity and it was coupled with going to a religious school and getting the "procreative sex, birth control is immoral, pulling out is immoral, etc." dogma later on. My father only ever had one "talk" with me when I was leaving junior high and my mother several years later. I'm sure to most people I'm just someone who got a lot of bad advice about sex that screwed them up.

For me I've never been able to totally abandon the sexual values that were instilled in me. I adore the image of the stereotypical "barefoot and pregnant housewife" staying at home and breeding for her husband just constantly popping out babies. Married or not I always want to have my woman constantly bearing me children if possible. I've tended to look for women raised on similar values because they're most likely to recreate that stereotype I want.
October 18, 2014 1:20 am
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
(October 18, 2014 1:20 am)VillainX Wrote:  I adore the image of the stereotypical "barefoot and pregnant housewife" staying at home and breeding for her husband just constantly popping out babies. Married or not I always want to have my woman constantly bearing me children if possible. I've tended to look for women raised on similar values because they're most likely to recreate that stereotype I want.

I never had the religious association attached to it but I love seeing a heavily pregnant wife holding her husband arm as he pushes a stroller with a trail of kids running around their feet. I feel inspired by that sight and It's made me a more productive and industrious person.

I too think it's natural to love pregnant women. I think we all do but society has made us feel ashamed by it. I don't lose my control around them. I find their presence more empowering as it reminds me of the man I want to become to provide for such lifestyle.
October 18, 2014 10:32 am
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
Hi Seech! This is a subject that I'm sure has come up in the past.

I'm sure there probably has been some sort of study towards Maiesiophilia, but I don't know of any off the top of my head to discuss or link. It would probably be very complex as this fetish has all sorts of 'branches' and sub-fetishes leading off it. First thing's first. It's nothing to be ashamed of. I’ve always considered it to be perfectly natural but maybe a fetish that isn't something more publicly shared simply for the fact that to some people it seems rather extreme or hard to understand. As a result, many people would rather choose to keep it to themselves. This is what I do. I'm only comfortable discussing it here and on one other forum. In person I have never, ever discussed it.

I don't come from a particularly religious background. I had some relationship morals ground into me which are perhaps slightly older-fashioned these days (many could argue for the worst...) but generally speaking my parents never discussed sex in my presence until my later teens but I'm sure they would have done if I had asked. They had given me no reason why they wouldn't.

With regards to dealing with it, that's entirely up to you. Again, don't have the mindset that there's something 'wrong' with you. There isn't. Do what you have to do to follow that fetish in private - providing it’s legal of course. In public, it's all about self control, using common sense and being a respectable person. For instance at work, I’m currently witnessing the fifth pregnancy in the four years I've been with the company. I'm lucky, I know...! Technically it should only be four because the first one was just about to go onto maternity leave a matter of days after I started. Like Victor, I try to just pretend that they’re not pregnant. Obviously, I always cast a glance when I know I'm not going to be 'found out' or 'spotted' but generally I try and block their pregnancy out of my mind for much of the working day. Online, I personally never comment on or reply to any messages or topics that may look suspicious. I also never comment on any video or picture - unless of course it's been discussed amongst our community amongst like-minded people.

Look at it this way - how often do fellow friends or work colleagues discuss their own fetishes? I suspect the answer is going to be almost none unless you happen to be really close or have known each other for a good number of years. Why should Maiesiophilia be any different? Following on from what Victor has already said, unfortunately there are some people with our fetish who's feelings are so strong that they simply can't conduct themselves in the correct, sensible manner and basically puts us all in a bad light.
October 19, 2014 3:14 pm
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
It has been said thatone of the many roots of cause is that it has something to do with you being exposed to the woman body while it carried a child in very early child development. I struggled with this for years until I found out that there were more people like me. Some people think its disgusting when your attracted to a pregnant woman but then again, people thought the same thing about homosexuality when it was first mentioned and look what happened now? Legal marriage for everyone! So in time, people minds will change and know that its not our fault for being this way.
July 7, 2016 2:03 am
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
I can guarantee you that my maiesiophilia didn't come from encounters with pregnant women, oddly enough. I know where it came from and I can draw a pretty straight line from point A to B. Humans are diverse, and so is the weird shit that goes on inside our heads.
July 7, 2016 2:36 am
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I can relate to Akhenaten "straight line from point A to B" situation. When I was a kid, I used to like long nipples. I thought they were more suckable. And at 12, I started thinking about dark areolas and nipples, especially about the contrast between the skin and the dark nipples. So when looking in magazines and stuff, I would always search the dark nippled women, and I was soooo horny when I saw in real life a woman with dark nipples appearing under light-colored cloth.

Then it happened, at 17, I read that pregnancy made nipples darker : it was like a switch triggered. My whole fantasy life turned towards pregnancy as way of achieving the kind of femininity I was looking for (the "ripe" sensation, the ripening of the breasts, etc.).
July 7, 2016 3:13 am
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
First, there is nothing "wrong" with loving pregnant women.

I visited a sex therapist for several sessions thinking there was something wrong with me. I discovered that for me at least, pregnancy represented a woman's highest affirmation to her man. The fact that pregnancy lasts for months and gets increasingly more noticeable drawing more attention to the baby inside her (that I can fantasize is mine) is synonymous with a sexual buildup.

To add to this, most pregnant women are ecstatic about being pregnant and REALLY love showing it off. This is even more affirmation to the father as the "guy who did that do her" The woman essentially has a mark that she is not only taken by but is smitten with this guy.

Sadly for me, this never happened with my wife. Despite her knowing VERY early in our relationship my interest in pregnancy (and her frequently enjoying role playing with the idea) She suddenly decided she didn't like the idea anymore after we got married.....and around that time got pregnant. She refused to go to any counseling with me....which should have been a warning sign.

I won't bore you with any more details, but It took me years to discover that not only what I desired was not "wrong" but that I was being walked on by my wife and her insistence that I had a problem.
July 7, 2016 8:01 am
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RE: Maiesiophilia Studies and Life
I been drawn to pregnant woman at a very young age. It started as fascination of another person growing in the belly rather than the sexual aspect of it. I think the stigma that comes with seeing pregnant woman as sexual object is due to the old fact that the child is fathered by another person. Out of respect for the new family, I think it would not be right to fantasized another man's woman.

To me the most perfect woman is not the one who has the sexiest body. Rather she is who can become pregnant beautifully. The more pregnant the sexier she becomes. It's animal instinct.
July 7, 2016 1:07 pm
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