It can be easy to assume that people into breeding kinks are into penis-in-vagina intercourse. That can be part of the fun, but it’s also not always the case.
In fact, the fetish is more about risk, intimacy, and dominant/submissive aspects of unprotected sex than it is about actual pregnancy. It can be practiced by people of any gender or sexual orientation.
What is a breeding fetish?
Fetishes like age play, shibari and even more explicit forms of bondage are getting more attention on social media platforms, in conversations among friends and in pornography. But there’s a more serious, darker side to these fetishes that’s rarely discussed.
Breeding fetish refers to a sexual attraction to impregnating or being impregnated by others. It can involve and eroticize unprotected sex — either anal or vaginal — with the risk of pregnancy, sometimes including creampies (when semen visibly drips from an anus or vagina).
It’s important to note that breeding is different from a pregnancy fetish. A pregnancy fetish is an attraction to pregnant people and can include an appreciation for pregnancy-related body changes, and even lactation.
It’s important to remember that it’s completely normal and healthy to fantasize about these things, but that doesn’t mean you need to act on them in any way. Fantasizing about them while masturbating is one safe way to enjoy this kink, especially with a partner who also has an interest in it. But it’s crucial that anyone engaging in this kink has informed, negotiated and enthusiastic consent from all parties involved.
What is the definition of a breeding fetish?
Fetishes are a huge part of many people’s sexual fantasies. While some fetishes get a lot of attention, others remain slightly obscure. One of these is the breeding fetish, which involves a person being turned on by the idea of getting pregnant during sex. Unlike pregnancy fetishes, which focus on the physical state of pregnancy, the breeding kink is about the possibility of pregnancy and the associated risk and power dynamics.
It’s important to note that most people who are into the breeding fetish don’t actually want to conceive or raise a child. They are usually just interested in the risks, intimacy, and dominance/submission that comes with unprotected sex. This kink can be performed by a man or woman on another person, and it can also involve a man being ejaculated into a female receiver.
While the idea of a breeding fetish may be disturbing to some, it is important to remember that it is only a sexual interest and that no one should feel pressured to act on it. For those who do find it enjoyable, it’s recommended that they use contraception and discuss STI and STD risks with their partners before engaging in any fluid bonding or other unprotected sex.
What is the purpose of a breeding fetish?
Unlike some other fetishes, like masturbating with a penis, a breeding fetish involves the actual act of impregnation. People may enjoy fantasizing about a breeding fetish on their own or with a partner. They might also engage in breeding roleplay. This can range from simply talking about a breeding fetish during sex to acting out the scenario.
A breeding fetish can be a turn-on for many women who are naturally submissive. It’s an opportunity for a partner to take control of a woman’s body, making it their territory that they mark. It’s also an attractive option for some who are into degradation.
However, for most people who have a breeding fetish, it has nothing to do with actually wanting to get pregnant or even conceive. It’s about the fantasy, the idea of pregnancy, and the power dynamics at play. It is common for people with a breeding kink to use contraceptives or other forms of protection during sex. They might also play with a dildo or other device that shoots fake sperm or eggs.
What is the risk of a breeding fetish?
People with a breeding fetish are turned on by the idea of being impregnated during sex, or getting someone else pregnant. They also like the feeling and look of creampies (when semen visibly drips out of a vagina or anus after ejaculation). It’s important to note that a breeding fetish is not exclusive to heterosexual couples; people of all genders can enjoy this type of play.
Some people with a breeding fetish don’t actually want to conceive, but they are excited by the fantasy, risk, and power dynamics involved. In these cases, it’s essential that they always take pregnancy and STI prevention methods.
The fact is, no one wants to get STDs from unprotected sex. This is why it’s crucial to discuss your kinks with your partner and work out a plan for safe sex. Using condoms and dental dams is recommended, but many people with a breeding fetish also use roleplaying to bring their fantasies to life. The key is to be honest and reassure your partner that you’re not trying to hurt them or cause any real harm.
How do I open up about a breeding fetish?
If your partner has a breeding fantasy, it’s important to open up about it. This kink can be incredibly sexually satisfying and doesn’t necessarily involve actually wanting to get pregnant, sex educator Gigi Engle tells Insider. Breeding fantasies are a popular fetish for men and women alike. You might have seen videos of women on TikTok showing off their “pregnant bellies” after a breeding session, or you may have watched breeder porn on PornHub.
These fantasies are more common than you might think, according to a study that found 30% of people had this fantasy before and 7.5% of them regularly. While many fetishes are considered taboo, there’s nothing wrong with exploring your desires as long as you’re on birth control and don’t hurt yourself or anyone else.
You can start by reading up on the subject and explaining to your partner why this turns you on. You can also talk about it while you’re masturbating and role play the scenario in your mind, which is a safe way to explore this interest without taking any risks.