Sunday, January 8, 2012
Today's lesson: Endosomatophilia
This term is taken from Greek: "endos" (inside) + "soma" (body) + "philos" (love) or literally, loving being inside another's body. It's not hard to imagine the appeal in this. Just take the sensation of your penis being embraced by an orifice, surrounded by hot slippery flesh, and extend that sensation over your entire body. Women can imagine it from the perspective of the predator: imagine the sensation of being wrapped around a living member or digit, and imagine you're able to engulf the other person entirely, claiming every inch for yourself.
While obviously this has ties to vore (check my other article), the focus and motivations are quite different. An endosomatophile craves the feeling of warm wet flesh around them, engulfing and encapsulating them, knowing that another body has surrounded them. While vorarephiles would share this pleasure, they would also expect that body to digest them. Endosomatophiles expect nothing but the complete and intimate embrace of another body around their own, whether they're in a stomach, womb, vagina, colon, etc.