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involves the experience of fat, fat body parts, "fat pads" (Corpus adiposum), or just "fatness" as extremely sexually arousing and fulfilling.lipophilia
as a type of a (lit., "beyond," [para] "love," [philia]), suggesting that the arousal is not rooted in loving friendship (philia) because it involves objectification (focusing on the "object" of the body, rather than the soul of the person). The criticism of "objectification" is unfair because it is equally possible – if not easier for most people -- to objectify the body of a skinny person, thin person, or "buff" person, “as it is to objectify the body of a fat person. The objectification of "fatness," leads to be known colloquially as "fat fetishism," even though technically DSM-V does not literally classify as a "fetish," but rather as a paraphilia.
Essentially so-called "Fat Fetishists," or "experience Fat as a sign, symbol, and experience of Beauty, Majesty, and Fulfillment – Beauty, Majesty and Fulfillment being perfect metaphors for or "Fat Fetshism," which is ultimatele an appreciation of plump magnitude, largness, softness, and size. Again, lipophilia is not technically a "fetish," but a
) are completely “in-fat-uated and seek em-phat-ically to attain significantly more than a "Fat Chance" at fully "phat" sexuality. Lipophia is a phenomenon that intersects with those who self-identify as being among "Fat Admirers" and "Fat Appreciators." Lipophilia is also related to such terms as "Fat Acceptance," "Feederism," "Big Beautiful Women," and "Big Beautiful Men." Sometimes the very adorable words "Chub," and "Chubby Chasers" are applied to this passion and obsession.lipophiliacs
The archetype of the Queen or Empress invites associations with Fat and Fatness.meme for which there is really no male counterpart. Lipophilia is more predominantly the admiration and appreciation of fat women.