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By Kathy Charles, Michael Palkowski

This booklet explores the arguable and misunderstood global of sexualised weight achieve often called feederism. Conversations with over 20 feeders and feedees are analysed via a mental and sociological lens. the consequences for healthiness execs operating in bariatrics are mentioned in addition to instructions for destiny learn.

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