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As I learned in a chat room on the website Fantasy Feeder, some gainers are terrified of doctors, thanks to the obesity-related diseases that plague the feeder community, including heart and circulatory problems and diabetes.Lisa knew the risks, but when she experienced compromised immunity and extreme loss of energy she knew she had to get out.At the heart of feederism is the relationship between a gainer (or feedee), and a feeder (aka the encourager).

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"She is more likely to get pregnant if she climaxes," she says.2.Lisa’s testimony is consistent with firsthand sources widely available on the many feederism websites, forums and chat rooms that exist.During a period of active weight gain Lisa claims to have enjoyed great erotic pleasure, especially when weighing and measuring herself, but she ultimately stopped over health concerns.Another: “I would sell my soul if I could weigh 1,500 to 1,600 [pounds].” There are also recipe forums, where tips on 3,000-calorie smoothies are shared.

And there are forums for lactose- and gluten-intolerant gainers, as well as diabetic gainers (of which there are many). Feeder) told me via email that there aren’t good statistics on how widespread the practice is.

It’s tempting to look for a link between rising obesity rates and feederism. Certainly, the availability of cheap junk food enables those with obese intentions. “In a survey I did on Fantasy Feeder many feedees claim that their decision to gain weight and/or the amount of weight they’ve gained was strongly influenced by weight-gain sites on the internet.