The Idea of SFW/Non-erotic WG Fiction?

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lovelymars908

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It may sound a contradiction to what the entire genre is all about, but I've been personally working with this kind of framing for years and I can confidently say for certain that it can be easily accomplished. (Of course, it stems from me not having any kind of various fetishes but I digress.) I believe if anyone has the mindset or goal to write whatever story they intend to tell, then it's full game. I do follow the possibilty that weight gain fiction can have many kinds of stories outside its erotic appeal than initially.

With that said, I wrote plenty of stories were the characters have more nuanced thoughts and veiws on their gaining that effected their life in some kind of way; whether it's strengthening bonds with another, be it family or friends, being confident with oneself, or finding comfort in indulgence as something positive. I feel that these viewpoints are prevalent on a more personal level and read as more relatable. Weight gain fiction can either read as stories with full narratives or fantasies for the reader to indulge, depending how the gaining is all prevalent, so I think it's safe to say non-erotic WG fiction is totally in the former while also going in a different direction entirely.

Again, personally, I think it's interesting to see what others think about this particular context even if it is mostly seen as erotica.
 

magodamilion2

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I think if you have a fetish for it even a story not intended to be erotic that involves weight gain will become erotic.

I remember reading books like Just as Long as We're Together as a child, which was just a standard coming of age story, that had a brief weight gain subplot and it seemed extremely appealing and I read it over and over again, because it had that pre-erotic appeal.

I too prefer weight gain stories with a lot of character development, but I think that makes them even more erotic, not less. Because those stories feel more real, like a person you know is gaining weight rather than a blank slate.
 

lovelymars908

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I won't disagree that grounded character development or plots makes the weight gain more attractive because it feels more organic and real.
 

stevita

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Personally I am all for stories that contain weight gain, might tie it into the sex act, but are not primarily about weight gain or sex. Characters and feelings come first in my mind. Of course I'm all for reading about cuties gaining, but I'll enjoy the story more for its literary value if the author gives me a reason to care about the characters first.
 

Tad

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I would say that the majority of stories on Dimensions are 'safe for work' in that they don't contain much sex. Anybody seeing that you reading a story instead of working may make it less safe in terms of employment, but with most of us who are working doing it from home currently ....
 

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