But every time you start feeling like a giant wrapped around a bowling ball, remember the pregnancy fetishists. You know, the guys who think you're one swelling mound of sexiness only when you have, um, a swelling mound in front of you. Surprisingly, everywhere. I worked with a guy who was obsessed with the Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines during the nine months when she carried son Jackson.
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Pregnancy fetishism also known as maiesiophilia or maieusophoria is a context where pregnancy is seen by individuals or cultures as an erotic phenomenon. There are no particular or preferred elements within maiesiophilia that are common to all maiesiophiliacs. Some may pursue fantasies that are concerned with the circumstances in which a subject may give birth, or to the conditions to which the pregnant subject may find themselves acting upon, such as approaches to mobility, sleeping, and dressing. Particularly an enlarged abdomen is the reason for the attractiveness as well as more psychological aspects such as signs of fertility. The naked appearance of actress Demi Moore in the advanced stage of pregnancy on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine in marked the beginning of a period which has since seen pregnancy presented by celebrities as a glamorous state of living, while also creating a market for photographers to produce images of pregnant mothers, and for fashion stylists to introduce "pregnancy styling" to their business.
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?
They say pregnancy makes a woman glow. But for some of the opposite sex, the female form takes on an altogether different perspective. This is especially the case when there is a bun in the oven as some men go potty for a pregnant lady. This is of course nothing new as women have been portrayed through the ages as sex symbols. Take for example the iconic image of Ursula Andress appearing from the sandy, golden kissed beach in Dr.