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Old 04-13-2007, 12:29 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by AnnMarie View Post
I think those are good thoughts, Casey. Also, the line I quoted above... there is definitely a difference, too, between desiring that in your head, and executing that lifestyle. I think there are many who enjoy the "idea" of it, maybe in a way that a hard core submissive likes the "idea" of living bound in a cage... but it doesn't mean it's practical or healthy to actually live that way and in their head it will stay.
Here hear, AM. That is exactly the point I was making in the other thread that was so consistenly (and frustratingly) misunderstood, twisted and misrepresented (sometimes purposely, I wondered). Fantasy is just that. Feeding that is fun and not destructive is just that -- fun. Feeding that is harmful in that it is so extreme -- and not just the interest in going that far, but actual activity with the goal of immobility in mind -- that it threatens health and ends mobility. I think that kind of behavior is the sign of someone who has some problems. Disliking that aspect of does not mean I condemn all feeders, feedees, or people who just like foodplay. Sheesh.
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