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Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vore?

Postby justinrpg » Sat Sep 07, 2019 10:02 am

Let me start out by saying that I liked vore since I was very young. I enjoyed when people got eaten in cartoons and such and I always fantasized about being in another's stomach. Mewtwo was the first one when I was 10. But I enjoyed vore since I was maybe four or five.

well, even to this day, I still have not figured out the exact reason why I like vore. When I masturbate, I usually can achieve orgasms thinking about being in another's stomach. Even morely so if I think about being digested by that creature (a lot of the time it is my wife Reshiram).

I have identified likes regarding being in another creature's stomach (vore): Being inside another creature, the fact that I am food. But those are almost never contributing factors for orgasms. "being inside another creature" could also apply to being in their bloodstream or something—but that is a turn off. So I cannot really use that as stimuli. However, the fact that I was eaten, is a huge stimuli for orgasms, but I have not decoded why that is exactly. It just seems to boil back down to being inside another creature, the fact that I am food, the fact that I was eaten. However, I have not figured out why I like these things. I just do and I love them. Even 'being in another creature's stomach' or 'being digested by another creature' the two most stimulating vore scenarios, I still have not identified why I enjoy those things. To me, the reasons why I just gave does not really support the fact that I love vore being that it is other reasons that stimulate me and the fact that I have not found reasons for those reasons.

Vore, facesitting, and urine are the three fetishes that have been with me since early childhood, but I have clearly identified why I like facesitting and why I like urine and I will not get into why because this is a vore forum, not a facesitting forum or urine fetish forum. In my adulthood, I have picked up at least a dozen other fetishes with varying reasons why I like them and some of them I have not really found out why I like them (such as being being squished/crushed fetish), like with vore. But being that I have had the vore fetish at or close to 30 years, and yet I have no strong argument as to why I like vore. I just say that I just do

This seems surprising being that vore is my absolute top fetish hands down.

Has anybody else not truly identified why they like vore?
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby loveurass » Sat Sep 07, 2019 12:14 pm

For me I think it comes down to the total ownership. You don't even belong to yourself anymore. You are theirs and they don't own you as mere property, they own you as their very flesh. The most absolute ownership their is. You are becoming part of them whether you like it or not and they had sole control in that action whether it occurred on purpose or by accident. It sounds like your other fetishes involve a certain loss of control and certain degree of disrespect for your being, but that you perhaps enjoy that the predator or the top is so high above you or superior to you that you want to be used by them as a demonstration of their supremacy. It's a psychological and physiological submission and intimacy in the most extreme sense. But yes, it's very odd that we're so aroused by these things when they involve our own self-degradation and potential demise. Fascinating to think through it though.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Tilalumtar » Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:07 pm

I can neither say yes nor no.

It's surprising that I also catched up with that fetish when I was approximately 5 years old. I can still remember the day somehow, or at least what exactly happened in that one moment when I sorta realized that my fascination for situations including Vore seems quite exotic to others. (I sometimes talked about weird hypotheses in which I always was prey to another person and so on. (I was in kindergarten back then))

I then appr. 10 years later figured that I am somehow a masochistic person but somehow I am not. I don't enjoy pain or humiliation, but rather like the idea of serving (while also getting something back (affection, etc.)). I maybe am still on the "normal" or middle spectrum of masochism to sadism but I have little but clearly visible tendencies to masochism. I hope that gives you the idea.

Therefore I see being prey as ultimate form of serving someone.
So... that was a bit of a long explanation and I hope that everything was sorta comprehensible.
I still don't feel like that's all, though. There seems to be something more behind it... therefore I also say yes, I've still not truly figured out why I have that fetish.
(furthermore I think that it's amazing so many people are getting that fetish in a rather young age. I don't think that's the same with other fetishes or is it?)
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby 157and493 » Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:34 pm

From what I can tell the majority of people on this site do not know why they like vore (although I am not among them).
Trying to discover the origin and reasoning behind certain fetishes and attractions is something I have been tryin to do for a while, and when it comes to vore there seems to be a few possible answers.

1] Masochism: A desire to be dominated by another more powerful (or in some cases less powerful) being. Becoming nothing more than nutrients for another creature is certainly the most humiliating fate one could suffer.

2] Security: In other words, a desire to permanently escape loneliness and become a permanent part of someone that you love. If someone eats you then you will always be with them.

3] Sadism: Basically the inverse of masochism, deriving sexual pleasure for eating or watching another creature being eaten. Getting pleasure from witnessing or causing the suffering rather than experiencing it.

If anyone knows of some others reasons then feel free to list them...
Also, I enjoy vore for all three of these reasons if you were wondering.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby ElementsOfEternity » Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:29 pm

I have been into vore since 9 years old from what I have found about myself. There was this old super nintendo game, can't remember the name, but you played in the prehistoric era and some human guy, was kind of cartoony but one of the bosses was a giant venus fly trap, it would eat your character, then spit out their bones, I could never get past this boss because I loved watching it happen so kept getting game overs. Later on I drew a stick figure comic, the main character gets eaten by a snake, I was like 12 then. I might have been into it even earlier in life, but, 9 years old is as far back as I have found during my time trying to figure out why I was into vore myself.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby THEDEMONWARLOCK » Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:36 pm

Hmm...

I remember it clearly. It was Thursday, and we were kindergartners. Our teacher lined us up and then we followed her to the lunch room. My school bully, Phineas, a dirty blond greasy pig creature stood in front of me in line as we were passing the halls near an auditorium of sorts he took notice of distraction and swiftly punched me in the stomach. I crumbled onto the floor, but needed to satisfy my curiosity. I looked onward to the scene of a large mouse speaking to a queen ant about knowledge. Before then devouring her quickly and moving on. It was something so peculiar to me, so much so that a new feeling arose inside, I lusted for more...I got back up and went to lunch dismissing Phineas' attack as weakness was perceived unsightly in the male population. Upon returning home I would use my mother's ipod late at night to find more material, more of this...Need. I would find many montages and playlists containing exactly what I wanted. Fast forward a bit and I have discovered the "internet". A vast and seemingly infinite world of anything and everything. My mother had always warned me of revealing anything to anyone so my first few attempts to connect with others were rather pathetic and annoying. Eventually when I realized that not every person wants to know where you live and steal your liver while you sleep I found the internet to a most enjoyable place. This is when I found new sites, Deviantart, and furryaffinity. Give it a few more years and I'd try to find a website for vorephilles. That's when I stumbled upon this place. That is my origin, how I came to be here and how my first "want" culminated into a fetish.

Why do I like vore?

I often play predator, or favor predatory behavior. I like the power it gives, the ability to control. Though it's not only about the power, it's also about the existential loneliness that is fulfilled when someone is very close. Something of a very tight and close hug. Something I long for sort of. I believe the reason I like vore is that as a predator, for a while, I can feel empowered and enjoy an intense closeness for a while. As I practice this behavior with my girlfriend sometimes. Just hugs, nothing more. I could never reveal to her what I truly am, its too weird, too...Strange. I love her, but I don't think she'd be able to accept me for what I am if she knew. Perhaps she does already know though, as she's entertained the thought with well timed quips and sensual rubbing of my stomach.

I guess simply put is that I like feeling in charge and really like the feeling of someone touching me and being near me for a prolonged period of time.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby sweetladyamy » Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:32 pm

Yes, I have figured out one reason why. However, it only explains one facet.

Being digested alive and whole is for me, a mega-PTSD escape. I am an escapist above all else and I do my damndest to escape any and all traumatic experiences, as well as the lingering after-effects in any way I can. Vore is one of my top ways to do this, along with heavy metal music (listening to Metallica as I write this up).

What attracted me to liking it in the first place, I'm still not sure on. I'll likely never know for certain, which I am fine with.
My preferences? Attached to my attractions, for the most part.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby AcidGhost » Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:57 pm

When I first realized vore was an actual thing people are into, it was definitely more about escaping loneliness than anything else. I liked only safe vore, and any kind of digestion or unwillingness was a turn-off back then.
Things have changed a bit since, and I'm definitely more into the digestion aspect of vore now. I think a big part of it is that as I've come across various pieces of vore, I got more used to elements I wasn't into at all, and my brain eventually told me I like some of the other aspects too. I think this is an effect a lot of people here will have experienced, even if they're not necessarily aware of it. Hell, I can sort of feel it happening right now. I've become a lot more receptive to hard vore recently, despite feeling ill at the thought that there's even blood inside of us. Weird how that works out, but it does, somehow.

I do think a lot of it ultimately loops back to the escaping loneliness thing, only now it's more about becoming a part of someone else rather than just being inside of them.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby SamWamm » Sat Sep 07, 2019 10:19 pm

justinrpg wrote:I'm not quoting op. it's too damn long.
blah blah blah. don't know why I like being eaten, sat on, crushed, destroyed, etc. send help.


my poor dear fellow. you're a sub.

everything is connected.

you like to be dominated. you like it to the point that you fantasize about being killed by another.

having a submissive personality is not a bad thing if you keep an eye on it.

on the one hand you might be too eager to let people walk all over you.
on the other you don't let selfish pride and arrogance hammer-and-nail your way to get what you want.

you could be kind and understanding of other people's troubles because you sympathize.
then again you might be too lenient towards those who would take a mile given an inch.

go get yourself some confidence.

stop dreaming of being somewhere comfortable and warm.
take control of your life step by step.

set easily attainable achievements every day and count them as minor successes.
the mind is problem-driven so solving problems keeps it healthy.

start with the small and work your way up.
keep track of what you've done and look back at it and say "I have done that. I can do it again and so much more".

justinrpg wrote:Has anybody else not truly identified why they like vore?


I'm a roundworm. That makes me a little different.

I like to make people think they have won by killing me in some way and the ultimate disgrace is being eaten.

But then they discover that they were mistaken.
There is no stopping me.

I revel in their foolish pride and play their game, then destroy them when they would inflate their ego.

I destroy them in secret, let's say literally from the inside out.

Their horrified disgust of how their terrible action has been bested by a much more sickening curse.

They realize they were only a hobbyist dominant, not a true master of terrible fates like i.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Jayezox » Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:51 am

The question for those that don't intimately know how they got to be this way is do you want to know? I can guarantee it won't be glamorous as fetishes derive from psychologically unhealthy things like trauma, even if said trauma is mild. The way I found out is by paying attention to a childhood memory that flashes by around late October or early November. The memory will be commonly from ages 10-12, but can happen as early as 9 if you're lucky which is where that traumatic event happened for me.

I did learn that I'm truly damaged from the experience, but the good news is I also personally debunked the myth that people with fetishes are just born that way and can't help themselves. That line of thinking is toxic and entrapping. It's really best to think of fetishes as something that can be conquered and kicked to the curb if they somehow get in the way of real life or are no longer needed as a psychological crutch. I no longer am even considering vore when it comes to looking for a companion. If it will make my life better, this username might go inactive forever and I have come to full terms with that.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby SamWamm » Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:17 am

Jayezox wrote:The question for those that don't intimately know how they got to be this way is do you want to know? I can guarantee it won't be glamorous as fetishes derive from psychologically unhealthy things like trauma, even if said trauma is mild. The way I found out is by paying attention to a childhood memory that flashes by around late October or early November. The memory will be commonly from ages 10-12, but can happen as early as 9 if you're lucky which is where that traumatic event happened for me.

I did learn that I'm truly damaged from the experience, but the good news is I also personally debunked the myth that people with fetishes are just born that way and can't help themselves. That line of thinking is toxic and entrapping. It's really best to think of fetishes as something that can be conquered and kicked to the curb if they somehow get in the way of real life or are no longer needed as a psychological crutch. I no longer am even considering vore when it comes to looking for a companion. If it will make my life better, this username might go inactive forever and I have come to full terms with that.


okay, I have to disagree here.
My fetish is not the product of any trauma.

It doesn't stem from any event in my life whatsoever. It's just a concept I've found fascinating from an early age.

Maybe that's why I'm not obsessed with it like every other voraphile I meet.
I prefer voraphilia but it's by no mean necessary. I can enjoy whatever kind of porn I like almost equally.

I most certainly wouldn't be looking for a partner who shares my fetish as that's a really stupid thing to do.
In fact, I've only had 1 partner out of.. actually I don't want to say how many, that has actually had an interest in it.
And in that case it was a happy coincidence, rather than seeking them out.

I think it's more the case of my obsession with goats.
That I really am quite obsessed with.

Weirdly enough people seem to be okay with the vore when I explain it.
The goats though, everyone is kinda weird about that.

Not saying I'm into bestiality or anything weird like that but I've always seen myself as goat-like.
Turns out goats are very much not a popular animal and almost everyone suggests something else.

For me vore isn't an obsession, it's a hobby, like playing the bassoon.
I mean, I like doing it, I have a preference for it, but I could easily put it down and not do anything related to it for months on end.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby cranberryknights1 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:50 am

I feel like I have a pretty good grasp on why I like vore itself but am more unsure why I so heavily focus on AV rather than any other vore. I get that I enjoy the aspect of being liked be someone so strongly they would be comfortable enough with me being inside there body and why the thought of a character I like eating someone turns me on in terms of the dominance aspects and the humiliation the prey feels for being eaten even if when I am the prey I don't want embarrassment I want acceptance. Now how and why my fetish is so butt heavy is what I am mostly clueless about though its not something that keeps me up or makes me ponder deep in thought over its just something of a mystery to me.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Tilalumtar » Sun Sep 08, 2019 5:23 am

Jayezox wrote:The question for those that don't intimately know how they got to be this way is do you want to know? I can guarantee it won't be glamorous as fetishes derive from psychologically unhealthy things like trauma, even if said trauma is mild. The way I found out is by paying attention to a childhood memory that flashes by around late October or early November. The memory will be commonly from ages 10-12, but can happen as early as 9 if you're lucky which is where that traumatic event happened for me.

I did learn that I'm truly damaged from the experience, but the good news is I also personally debunked the myth that people with fetishes are just born that way and can't help themselves. That line of thinking is toxic and entrapping. It's really best to think of fetishes as something that can be conquered and kicked to the curb if they somehow get in the way of real life or are no longer needed as a psychological crutch. I no longer am even considering vore when it comes to looking for a companion. If it will make my life better, this username might go inactive forever and I have come to full terms with that.


Like I said, I was about 5 y.o. when I first actually discovered that I like "Vore".
Therefore I am pretty sure that I don't have any trauma. I don't want to say that people are born with fetishes or something, but I don't see from where I could have gotten that fetish.

I agree that thinking of a fetish as an unconquerable thing is toxic an entrapping. The addiction to Vore is something which evolved inside of me over time and wasn't that extreme from beginning on.

I still am a strong willed and disciplined person though, and if I notice a "point of no return" approaching, I will throw everything connected with Vore away. If I like it or not, so to speak.
I don't deny that Vore has been a major point in my teenage years though. It's just like finishing a period of my life and starting a new one(, if I ever have to put an end to my affection to Vore).

I hope that others here are also able to do that before Vore turns into a paraphilia for them. I heard of some people which crossed that line.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Marco » Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:43 am

I'd actually like to analyse myself one day and actually see if I can determine not only what made me like vore, but also my specific preferences. Finding where they came from is one thing, but why do I like them? I am genuinely interested in finding out.

I also liked the idea of being eaten when I was very young - I don't ever remember not liking it.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Scrumptious » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:31 pm

I've thought about it a lot, though I cannot concretely point to a cause. I noticed it, in some fashion, as early as age 4.

Maybe it has to do with early-childhood experiences, but maybe it's just some genetic snafu. Maybe it requires both. If I had to make a guess, I'd say it's related to D/s, which I believe to be triggered off of the basic human social need to have some people doing what other people say for the species to survive as social creatures. Some individuals connect this to their sexual drives, and another subset take it to the vore level. In other words, I don't think it's just some accidental psychological trauma. I think it's based off more structural reasons, even if it does not itself serve an evolutionary purpose.

SamWamm wrote:Weirdly enough people seem to be okay with the vore when I explain it.
The goats though, everyone is kinda weird about that.

Thank you for making me laugh. :lol:
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Skittles209 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:36 pm

Mentally, feeling useful or something to that degree. Physically, I don't know.
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby RDRW » Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:29 am

Jayezox wrote:The question for those that don't intimately know how they got to be this way is do you want to know? I can guarantee it won't be glamorous as fetishes derive from psychologically unhealthy things like trauma, even if said trauma is mild. The way I found out is by paying attention to a childhood memory that flashes by around late October or early November. The memory will be commonly from ages 10-12, but can happen as early as 9 if you're lucky which is where that traumatic event happened for me.

I did learn that I'm truly damaged from the experience, but the good news is I also personally debunked the myth that people with fetishes are just born that way and can't help themselves. That line of thinking is toxic and entrapping. It's really best to think of fetishes as something that can be conquered and kicked to the curb if they somehow get in the way of real life or are no longer needed as a psychological crutch. I no longer am even considering vore when it comes to looking for a companion. If it will make my life better, this username might go inactive forever and I have come to full terms with that.


Like others already said, I don't think it has to be a trauma. I was fascinated with the concept of creatures eating each other since I was in kindergarten. I loved stories that contained creatures swallowing each other, and often I even made my own stories about it. There was no event that triggered that fascination, it has always been around. So I don't really know where it comes from.
Only thing that changed is, that today, I only like human vore. When I was a kid, it could also be about monsters and animals. Probably because back then it was only a fascination and later turned into a fetish, and I'm not interested in furries at all.
But I think I know why I prefer being an observer. Vore has never been about me participating in it. It has always been about stories with other characters swallowing each other. I always liked to watch and photograph - so basically observe - things, so I assume that's why I prefer being an observer than participating in it directly.

I mostly do agree with your second paragraph. While I don't see a way how I personally could ever completely loose interest in vore, I would never let it conflict with my real life. If that was ever about to happen, I would immediatly stay away from vore for a long time (but probably not forever, just reduce it to a level where it isn't damaging).
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Saeshan » Sat Sep 14, 2019 3:13 pm

The notion that a sexual deviance would originate from a trauma is seducing, and would mean that for a specific sub community one (typically a psychologist) could find a common beam of traits or experience during childhood. What is concerning however is like providing a trauma as a potential explanation is like saying that somehow, someone who's not "mainstream" or "straight" is a bit "cracked", but anyway he or she can't do anything...

During my childhood, I had been bullied for almost 4 years. And I'm damn glad t'was during the pre social network era. But I got my share of unpleasant events. So the part of the agreement saying "yeah, you're trying to escape the loneliness", well, I'd like to buy it. And maybe, maybe, is it that common trait that links us all.

I'm impressed some of you clearly remember that moment that made you enter in that special universe. And I'm very surprise it happens at 5. It is not my case, it seems it came gradually when I was somewhen 13, coincidentally, it started when I was called the name of a common pet dog... But I don't think it's the trauma the cause, I mean, Ok, maybe is it the mother of all root causes. But in my case, and well, it may not be yours, but who knows, I think more of the autarcy, the ostracism, or this kind of stange autism-like situation that came from that trauma, that made me live "inside a shell", totally cut from any relationship outside my close relatives.

Don't get me wrong, but I got that strange conviction that a hungry beast can't take its eyes off its prey the same way males that want to mate do on females. After all, and please correct me if I'm saying bull... but it's like, in humans, eroticism is to sexuality what the "art of table" and cooking would be to feeding. Strange comparison, but we are the ones who mix food and sex after all....... It's like, if we, as human, didn't have eroticism to have pleasure when we make love... mmmh, I wouldn't like to be a woman in this case. Could we imagine sexuality without being hunted down and raped if it were only a matter of needs and reflexes, and not of fantasm, search of pleasures, and sharing intimacy? Mating in its form is interspecies predation. Predation in its content is self-survival. Mating is species survival. Ok, I stop the comparison, just that sometimes the mechanisms for different things are bizarrely similar...

To come back to the trauma of your servant - thanks ready me by the way, don't have to see a specialist! ahahahaha - considering that twisted if not f..ed synapse confusing mating and predating... if you're sickly shy, unable to tell what you feel to the other gender, because you're afraid of humiliation and you practice the "catch me if you can" to someone that's trying to flirt with you, despite a strong sense of pride that makes you not want to lose control to the beloved one... That plus the intense past of loneliness, then one starts having a strange mixed situation where vorarephilia is nothing but predation. It's like fleeing from a potential partner like a zebra tries to escape from a lion... But at the same time, getting comfort in being in someones belly. Like in fact, the powerful one is able to entice you, to flirt, capture, tame you, and you get in the comfort of a solid and cozy relationship. You're captured, you're no longer single, and it was without you doing anything.

My vore is tainted with bdsm. But I'm not into bdsm. Soft vore "works" like magic, I can't explain it, but it's not my primary interest. I would say I'm more into hard vore, but without the gore side, no ripping or chewing. It's an unwilling vore, swallowed whole, where there's predation. The predator could be a male or a female, but using a soulless creature that doesn't care reflect my own past experience of a bunch of cruel kids who didn't really know they were causing harm... I get that potential explanation that I could like vore because of the scare of entering into a relationship, or worse, being rejected by the one I would love, and this fear is similar to that primal, genetic, one of escaping a beast that wants to kill me to feed itself. That's a bit far away from being inside the belly of the beloved one, finding comfort, and being part of someone else, and not being alone anymore. But the concept is similar, the beloved one must be powerful enough to overcome the inner struggle of wanting to be desired but not being able to express it, and being alone... Food for thoughts?
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Re: Has anybody else not truly figured out why they like vor

Postby Marco » Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:08 pm

Add me to the list of people who doubts that their origins of liking vore comes from trauma. I'm not saying this isn't possible, I know of the idea that something that scared us when we were younger can "evolve" into a fascination or even a fetish when we get older, or it could be some other form of trauma, but I just don't think it happened to me personally. As I mentioned, I was very young when I first realised I liked the idea of being eaten, like around four or five, so if there was trauma it would have (presumably) happened either when I was a baby or toddler, or it happened literally four or five, and it got translated as something good instantly.

I'm actually going to start analysing myself tonight, no idea if any of it will lead anywhere or be posted on this site. I highly doubt I'll get any evidence of trauma, but even if I do, it will still be fascinating - of course, I probably won't get anywhere.
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Postby Brenden1k » Thu Sep 19, 2019 7:53 am

I have not identified why I like vore either, I am down for both non-fatal and fatal vore, all kinds really. Through fatal vore that makes prey too sympathetic can bother me on the other hand I do like it graphic.
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