‘Put me in a sandwich and swallow me!’: Inside the bizarre world of ‘vore’… where people have a sexual fetish for being eaten whole

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‘Put me in a sandwich and swallow me!’: Inside the bizarre world of ‘vore’… where people have a sexual fetish for being eaten whole

IT’S a bizarre scene – a giant blonde woman inviting a man to jump inside her mouth before she swallows him whole.

This video, which has clocked up almost 50,000 views, is one of hundreds of ‘vore’ films on YouTube catering to people with an unusual sexual fetish that sees them fantasise about being eaten. One video sees a giant woman encouraging a man to climb inside her mouth Although it is impossible to know exactly how many voraphiles there are out there as, unsurprisingly, most are secretive about their desires, the fetish appears to be more common than you’d imagine.

There are hundreds of animated videos on YouTube showing people being chewed or swallowed, with some getting up to 300,000 views.

It’s thought many vorephiles are submissive, and enjoy the idea that they are being degraded.

Many say that their fantasies were sparked in childhood, when listening to fairy tales about monsters eating people whole.

Here, Sun Online takes a closer look at this unusual fetish. Vore videos often see animations of people being swallowed ‘You’ll be sliding around and around my small intestine’ Some of the YouTube videos rack up as many as 300,000 likes In one of the most popular […]

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