That's a pretty good connection, but it could also be society women are meant to be nurturers and this is a different take on that. Lol I can't speak for male fas either, but I've noticed less talk about enjoying a partner with an appetite if they also didn't identify as feeder. I didn't know that that was so common among ffasNever spoke to a female FA who didn't like to watch a fat guy eat. I couldn't speak to male FAs. I wonder if it's almost like a foreplay type scenario? Women want more build up, guys are just thinking about the culminating act even for FAs.
Sorry for bringing up something that's been discussed before.Your question has been discussed here and there buried in various threads under different aspects but never in a comprehensive manner.
You definitely have the main point ouroboros that nurturing is at the least fostered and encouraged in females.
Girls and woman are consciously and sub-consciously taught from early on that it is mark of a good female, caring, nurturing and rewarding to provide their loved ones with nutrition - doing well in this field is mostly rewarded with positive feedback and attention.
Even though sound empirical data on these fetishes is scarse, from comparable issues you're on the safe side to assume that at least 8 out of 10 women who bake a cake for you are plain showing you that they like you and care for you and are not feeders!
In the context of the story writer's board in the Library there have also been a few discussions on how male and female writers have different perceptions of their characters, whether they're BBWs or BHMs.
There is less objectification among FFAs in comparison to FAs - but that boils down to the general fact that men tend to objectify women much more than vice-versa. For a host of social, psychological, anthropological, historic, etc. reasons.
Bottom line is - the likelihood that an FFA even as a feeder will see the BHM as a person/subject and not an object is empirically just a lot higher.
I'm going to be more blunt than usual because I am tired.Has anyone else noticed that with female ffas that the line between feeder and ffa is more blurred as opposed to male counterparts?
Okay good. I didn't want it to see like was beating a dead horse. But starting it fresh without previous opinion biases is a good point.Don't be sorry. Dead threads should stay dead; they are nice for reference, but re-questioning previously discussed topics is healthy and leaves out the opinion bias of the past.
I'm going to be more blunt than usual because I am tired.
Yes. I think ultimately it is because we are not required to delineate between them as much as male FAs are.
There is a much bigger stigma towards men who actively want to feed women. Generally, they seem to have deemed to have predatory natures, preying on weak women who are on the outcast fringe of society. That poor girl, taken advantage of by that man!
Whereas female FFAs enjoy the luxury of dealing with a sex that is still deemed to have more control. Well, she might have encouraged him a bit, but as a man, he should have had the balls to stop her.
I also think that society more strongly associates sex to men than women. So a man fattening up a woman is obviously sheer selfish sexuality rolleyes whereas with women, it is clearly just fulfilling her natural urges to have a big, strong mate, and the lack of muscle is just her being confused rolleyes.
I don't know how this gender bias plays out in the GLTBQA (whatever the growing acronym is now ) is, but that is my own personal observation in 'straight' circles.
I see what you're getting at, but I don't fully agree with it relating to these interests. I think with that its kinda going into the realm of age play, although it could just be my tired logic. Women are the nourisher, even without breastfeeding as a genetic example. I forget what the theory is called but our gender roles in society were formed by our strengths and power.Right, but it established that role of feeding for women. Also fat or feeding isn't sexual for most people. I'm not saying that makes breastfeeding sexual for FFA/feedresses, but I think there plausibly could be some unusual expression of whatever the genetic basis for nurturing in women is.
It's interesting that you're suggesting a connection.Breastfeeding alone would be an argument for at least some innate component.
in the case of a child, it's definitely not.But breastfeeding isn't a sexual experience...