Vore isn’t dangerous

Vore is NOT incredibly dangerous or illegal for the simple reason that it’s impossible. It is pure fantasy and often involves the idea of giant men, women or creatures swallowing tiny people or fantasy creatures whole and alive like in a fairytale. Death is not part of the fantasy for the vast majority either. It is often a power play just like in bdsm but in another context. There are hundreds of sub variations too and I would venture to say it is one of the more psychologically complex fetishes bases on the sheer number of variations and subtleties. Please do not mix up vore and cannibalism. Voraphiles distance themselves from this. Cannibalism can be real and is gory. Vore cannot be real and remains purely in the realm of fiction and fantasy. You run the risk of stigmatising rather innocuous and harmless fetishes here which I’m sure was not your intention. It is important that people understand that nobody chooses to have a fetish any more than they choose their sexuality. Misinformation about one’s fetish can really alienate and make it difficult for that person to speak openly about their fetishes. It would be very cool to see the words dangerous and illegal removed and I would encourage people to look for information about the fetish outside of Wikipedia. It is far too complex a subject to be conveniently defined by a handful of people who quite likely have their own very specific preferences concerning the fetish. Sorry for the long-winded post but I would hate to see the vore community be misunderstood more than they already are. The article in general is nice though 🙂

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