When you're pregnant and sexually attracted to other pregnant women.

Two bumps are better than one.

According to trusted internet resource Wikipedia:

“Pregnancy fetishism (also known as maiesiophilia or maieusophoria) is a context where pregnancy is seen by individuals or cultures as an erotic phenomenon.”

You’d think that people who are sexually attracted to pregnant women would be most likely to be men. I’ve had friends who have been pregnant and had creepy men whisper dirty things to them on public transport much more frequently than usual.

What is it? The lavish sweating? Uncontrolled farting? Stretchy maternity jeans? Your pregnant belly indicating you are a shameless hussy who had sex one time? Who knows, but it’s a thing.

But have you ever heard of (or been) a pregnant woman who experiences pregnancy fetishism? What I mean is, a pregnant lady who is attracted to other pregnant women?

One pregnant lady, who identifies as bisexual, found her urge to for other pregnant women so great that she posted an ad on Craigslist.

She didn’t have much luck there – she only heard back from dudes, and not even one of them was pregnant.

Writing pseudonymously for Jezebel, Andrea Goldstein describes her ultimate pregnant fantasy.

“They were curvy, they exuded fierce strength, they seemed irresistible to me. I wanted to be with one. I fantasized about us pressing those new curves up against each other, exploring our now bigger (and much more sensitive) breasts, and just generally seeing how much fun two pregnant bodies could share.”

“They were curvy, they exuded fierce strength, they seemed irresistible to me.”

I haven’t personally experienced pregnancy, but I have been made aware in excruciating detail by darling friends of the changes that my body is likely to undergo if I do carry a child.

It doesn’t sound super sexy to me. I mean, I can’t imagine I’ll be feeling totally up for it, particularly with a woman who I know is going through the same thing as me. I think I’d rather have a cup of tea and talk about mucus plugs.

But that’s just me.

Readers, I want to know: have you had these kinds of fantasies? Do you know someone who has? Tell me! It’s for research.

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