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I have read an article "Feederism: an exaggeration of a normative mate selection preference?" They concluded that feederism is just an exaggeration of the natural association between food and sex, but feederism in many cases is a replacement for sex not an exaggerated association. I wondered whether feederism in some peoples minds is a more comfortable image than sex itself, which is so full of risk and ugly complications?
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