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Old 08-29-2017, 12:08 PM   #62
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Hmmm, it sounds a bit like that river in Egypt to me.

To clarify, when I was talking about being supportive, I meant in general. Whether it's changing hair color, losing weight, etc. Every day life things.

Encourager, I meant solely about feederism. Someone who gets pleasure from helping another get fat/more fat. I don't think they necessarily "get off" on food/eating per se, more of what the eating and food will accomplish. They can choose to be open about it to the world, their partner, etc (which I think is awesome) but they can also choose to hide it in which case I don't know if "helping" would be the right word, so maybe someone who hides it would just be a closet feeder?

Perhaps some open feeders (or gainers, feedees) can add something, shed some light and/or correct me if they choose or feel I have said anything in error.

I personally don't have a problem with feederism. In fact, I am very intrigued by it and have dabbled in *self* gaining/feeding/stuffing a bit (yes, all by my lonesome)

I might be opening a can of worms and honestly, I hope to. I think it gets a bad rap but there are actual good honest people who are open to it, like and enjoy it.
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