Unbirth Question

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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Jacquelope » Sat Mar 01, 2014 3:53 am

Bump because newbs really are missing out if they don't see this.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Ahgara » Mon Mar 31, 2014 11:43 pm

I did some browsing, and I found this discussion
If Dandelion, Matto or any other female user sees this, here's the link to my RP request. Don't bother if you aren't comfortable, not being prying or irritating, just think this would be nice. I'm real polite too so don't worry about"hurr durr send noodz"
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby DSfetish » Tue Apr 01, 2014 12:58 am

ther is a lot of females users in sites like that and in general that mostly people see them males unless the have some feminine nickname or female gender sign.. many of them even lie about their gender...
people forget that half of the people on this world are females and that includes the internet
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby rabbitAraiguma » Sun Oct 05, 2014 12:43 pm

Matto wrote:
hm10101 wrote:What I'd think would be a thrilling conversation to have would be with a girl who wants to BE unbirthed...

Alas, I can dream 8)


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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Mel » Sat Oct 07, 2017 2:02 am

hey :)

I enjoy the idea of unbirthing someone but purely for the domination over an unwilling victim. But I often like to control when they make it into my womb or if I want to enjoy them in my vag for a while lol :gulp:
Though I am not always the same size of my victim, sometimes I prefer the idea of myself being a giantess! More Power! hehe :P
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Biggulper » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:55 pm

Mel wrote:hey :)

I enjoy the idea of unbirthing someone but purely for the domination over an unwilling victim. But I often like to control when they make it into my womb or if I want to enjoy them in my vag for a while lol :gulp:
Though I am not always the same size of my victim, sometimes I prefer the idea of myself being a giantess! More Power! hehe :P
Does it matter what gender/sex your victim is? and is it more fun if you might get caught? what determines the right time for them to enter your womb?

I always find the hint of or sense of betrayal and fear kind of appealing. as well as the sense that there is a strong desire but also a taboo to whats happening.

Like "I love the feeling of this person trapped inside me but i shouldn't... but nobody knows except them, i could hold them a little longer..."

that type of thing really gets me.
especially when they are thinking that it feels so good to move this way or feel them that way that is hmmm...
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Jayezox » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:14 am

I noticed a trend from reading this thread. Most of the guys from the older posts are still pretty active while the girls seem inactive. I wonder if guys being creeps about this stuff just gets to be too much. I'm not saying all guys are doing it, but it really only takes a few to become overwhelming. Pure speculation here, but that could be why women that prefer to be predators are few and far between or at least perceived that way.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Rendezvore » Fri Oct 13, 2017 4:32 am

To be on-topic a little bit here, I am a female IRL and like unbirth in many different ways, especially with lamia and lower vaginal maws. Usually as a toy or vaginal vore and maybe for transformation in a womb. I've not done any age regression or pregnancy type of unbirth yet, even though I have a motherly dragoness. :silly:

Jayezox wrote:I noticed a trend from reading this thread. Most of the guys from the older posts are still pretty active while the girls seem inactive. I wonder if guys being creeps about this stuff just gets to be too much. I'm not saying all guys are doing it, but it really only takes a few to become overwhelming. Pure speculation here, but that could be why women that prefer to be predators are few and far between or at least perceived that way.

Looks like they have logged in this week, but they may not care about the forum anymore. Can't speak for other women, but I take a big break from the forum at times because of the creepy or judgmental attitudes of some people here..

But predators in general are few, so of course women who play them are going to be even more so. I wouldn't say the creeps are going to deter my choice at being a predator player, though? I just don't accept RP from random requests without being open for it, regardless of who's asking or how it's asked.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby coop500 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:33 am

I too have to take breaks occasionally due to the tone of some people here as well, so I totally understand you Rendezvore.

As for the original question, no I don't have any desire to do anything like that, but then again my preferences are vasty away from UB but just in case someone here was thinking all females are hardwired to like UB... It's not true.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Borealis » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:49 am

Man it makes me feel sad hearing experiences like those in the two posts above.

Seeing people express discomfort for interacting on a forum that's about their interest, a forum THEY have every right to express themselves on, because of a fear that they'll be made to feel uncomfortable about it, just really rubs me up the wrong way.

This goes for niche preferences too. Or anything for that matter.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby coop500 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:09 am

Borealis wrote:Man it makes me feel sad hearing experiences like those in the two posts above.

Seeing people express discomfort for interacting on a forum that's about their interest, a forum THEY have every right to express themselves on, because of a fear that they'll be made to feel uncomfortable about it, just really rubs me up the wrong way.

This goes for niche preferences too. Or anything for that matter.


I do agree, but sadly people, even in a odd, usually unacceptable thing by the general public like vore still find ways to judge and belittle each other. So breaks are in order to keep people from blowing up on someone or just relieving the stress.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Paradox » Fri Oct 13, 2017 2:10 pm

While I agree of the last posts, I want to point out:
You guys realize that its 9 and a half years since the opening of the topic? ( Mon Feb 04, 2008 3:28 am )
Its almost 10 years since the first posters (me among them o.o) posted here.
Considering that males always outranked the female ratio of users, i am not surprised that it feels more of them went away.

Not feeling welcome in a forum is a main reason of course and i must admit i saw and even spoke to more than one who felt like such here in the past years.
I however doubt that is the only reason

While it is kind of sad, its part of life that people you see in online forums/chats do disappear over time.
I often saw male and female chatters/posters go into "last online 2 years ago" modes for no known reason.

I think only the deep fans stay active that long and on top of that preferences do can change.
My joy for Unbirth went to a zero last year. By now it is back a little, but far not as much as it was 10 years ago....
For all else there is also a damn ton of Vore Users/Artists that went into Lurk mode.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby coop500 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:27 pm

Paradox wrote:While I agree of the last posts, I want to point out:
You guys realize that its 9 and a half years since the opening of the topic? ( Mon Feb 04, 2008 3:28 am )
Its almost 10 years since the first posters (me among them o.o) posted here.
Considering that males always outranked the female ratio of users, i am not surprised that it feels more of them went away.

Not feeling welcome in a forum is a main reason of course and i must admit i saw and even spoke to more than one who felt like such here in the past years.
I however doubt that is the only reason

While it is kind of sad, its part of life that people you see in online forums/chats do disappear over time.
I often saw male and female chatters/posters go into "last online 2 years ago" modes for no known reason.

I think only the deep fans stay active that long and on top of that preferences do can change.
My joy for Unbirth went to a zero last year. By now it is back a little, but far not as much as it was 10 years ago....
For all else there is also a damn ton of Vore Users/Artists that went into Lurk mode.


I for one was not assuming what happened to the previous posters of this thread, or whether this thread had anything to do with their vanishing. I was merely supporting the fact Eka Portal's forums overall can often make people need breaks and sometimes breaks turn to forever if they have no desire to come back.
It's just something that happens when people feel unwelcome and unhappy where they are, they move on and try to find something better. Though i do feel the community overall would do better to be a bit more welcoming and friendly (not pointing fingers here, that'd be too many fingers anyway given there's 100s if not 1000s of vore lovers)
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby Borealis » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:47 pm

People are certainly going to come and go. It probably happens a lot. As you say, this is a 9 year old thread, and I agree- we shouldn't necessarily assume it's because they've not felt welcome in the past, and this phenomenon becomes very obvious when a big artist leaves (not naming any names, but there have been some big players down the years that have literally decided that this kink isn't for them long term and decided to go.) There is absolutely nothing wrong with this, if you're a seventeen year old who discovers a kink, it's perfectly fine to decide it's not for you a couple of years later. We aren't all going to be lifers here. Hell I had a couple of silly little kinks at sixteen, seventeen, eighteen- that only lasted a couple of years, for some people this is their silly little foray into weirdness when young, and that's absolutely fine.

What I was getting at in my response is that I think it's sad that the two posters above me- and I have occasionally seen others voicing the same sentiments- feel like who they are behind the screen has put them in a position where they feel uncomfortable on here to the extent where they feel like they need to step back sometimes, based on interactions they've experienced in the community. I'm not even white knighting (or whatever the term is) but I just think it's wrong, it really irks my sense of fair play. I'm aware this is a fetish community with a large populace of hetero guys, but that is no excuse. I don't think it's acceptable to push anyone away or to make people feel like they're being singled out, judged, or targeted due to any variable. Whether it's being a woman who is comfortable enough with her sexuality to be on a fetish site and/or create erotica, whether someone has niche preferences, what their idea of "vore" is if it's at odds with yours, whatever...

Hell, I've had a couple of nasty PMs myself- one charming individual PM'ed me a few years back and told me to "fuck off and go to a bestiality forum", because a lot of my preds are feral canids.

Don't get me wrong, I think this is one of the best communities on the internet, look at the sort of environment you get in gaming communities (for example) if you want to see how bad we could be, but there's still work to be done.
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Re: Unbirth Question

Postby coop500 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 4:10 pm

I also wasn't saying every person that left ever was because they felt unwelcome... But very well, I would only derailing the thread further so I won't say anything more on the subject.
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